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The Wise Heart
The Wise Heart; Tales and allegories of three contemporary sages

The Wise Heart; Tales and allegories of three contemporary sages
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“Our inner work is to tune our hearts and our senses to perceive the spiritual world,” says Michael Laitman in the poem, “Spiritual Wave.” The Wise Heart is a lovingly crafted anthology comprised of Kabbalistic tales and allegories passed through Dr. Michael Laitman and his mentors Rav Baruch Ashlag (Rabash) and Rabash’s father Rav Yehuda Ashlag (author of the acclaimed Sulam, a commentary on The Book of Zohar).

The desire of a Kabbalah student is to reach higher levels of spiritual attainment, yet it is difficult to imagine the sensations of the spiritual world. The verses in this reflective and insightful compilation give the reader a glimpse into the essence of this elevated state of being.
The poems herein are excerpts from letters and lessons given by these three, spiritual leaders. They offer inspiring and often amusing depictions of human nature that resonate with the reader regardless of his or her level of study. Indeed, The Wise Heart is a tool for any student seeking to find higher levels of spiritual attainment.

Product Details:

Edition: Large paperback
Number of Pages: 80
ISBN: 978-1-897448-47-2
Date Published: December 2010

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5 of 5 A charming instructive message January 25, 2011
Reviewer: sally from klamath falls, OR United States  
To open The Wise Heart is to be surrounded with spiritual words and concepts that shine a light on the path of spiritual attainment.
The charming instructive message for all who enter this world of delightful stories is that the spiritual world can be understood by all who choose to attain higher levels of thought and action.
I particularly liked the unique and colorful illustrations that add humor to the text making The Wise Heart an enjoyable read.
From the first words describing how to focus on the Creator to the last encouraging words of the epilogue, The Wise Heart consistently points the way from the primary objective, to the encouraging guarantee that the study of authentic Kabbalah offers to anyone young, old or in between: That is that the surrounding Light drawn by study will keep the soul.        

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