Graduate studies at Western
World Futures 62 (4):343 – 347 (2006)
|Abstract||At a time of transformation, a threshold of a new civilization based on fundamentally new principles, the wisdom of Kabbalah serves as a means to arrive at a new era of individual and collective consciousness. These will be discussed in relation to the way by which Kabbalah, as a method of internal change, can be disseminated, and the implications of its worldwide spreading. While work in Kabbalah is toward personal change, the significance of coming to know this wisdom is paramount to a vitally new social direction, achievement of a corrected civilization, and peaceful life in congruence with nature's laws.|
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