Q: In your discussion on your web-site concerning the Hebrew letters (form, sound, number) and Worlds, Souls, and Divinity I was taken with the profundity of
Q: I seem to have a natural affinity to Kabbalah. How can this be explained? A: It is definitely possible that a natural sense of affinity to
Q: I am very curious about why you would publicize such a controversial topic as Kabbalah over the internet. Many people can misjudge it and use it in ways
Q: In order to create the world, God had to will the concept of creation into existence. In order to do so, he had to create
Q: I have seen many names associated with the Zohar. How many Zohars are there? A: There is only one Zohar. However, it has many sections,
Q: Is it true that the Vilna Gaon directed his students to refrain from the study of Kabbalah until the age of 40. If so, why?
Q: Is it beneficial to scan or read the Zohar without understanding, or is understanding the meaning of the Zohar necessary? A: The commentaries on the
A: South corresponds to chesed, lovingkindness. North corresponds to gevurah, fear. East corresponds to tiferet, mercy. West corresponds to yesod, faithfullness.
Q: I'd greatly appreciate your feedback on: 1) The source of the "Powers of the Soul" given in your web-site. 2) The "Traditional Associations" of the
Q: Please explain reincarnation in the systems of the Arizal and the Ba'al Shem Tov. A: There are many volumes of the Arizal (Rabbi Isaac Luria) that explain the