Kabbalah (also spelled Kabbala, Kabala, Cabbalah, Cabbala, Cabala, Qabbalah, Qabbala, or Qabala) is a mysterious derivative of Judaism. Kabbalah involves aspects of Jewish mysticism, philosophy, and science. In Hebrew, qabbalah literally means "reception." Kabbalah is an ancient practice of meditation, mysticism, and devotion that was secretly taught to a select few. It is considered a deeper understanding of Judaism than traditional Judaism.
Kabbalah may be divided into three categories: theoretical, spiritual, and magical. Theoretical Kabbalah involves studying the system of Kabbalah. It provides a foundation of knowledge so that meditative and practical Kabbalah may be understood. Spiritual Kabbalah involves aspects of the spiritual world, including angels and souls. It also involves meditating as a means to achieve a higher level of consciousness or awareness. Magical Kabbalah involves altering or influencing the course of nature. Mystical exercises often involve the use of magical seals, magical stones, amulets, and incantations (spoken rituals).
Individuals who practice Kabbalah aim to understand the origin and fate of the soul, the meaning of life, and the nature of divinity. Jewish Kabbalists generally aim to achieve a union with God while maintaining a family and social life within the framework of traditional Judaism. However, Kabbalah is often considered more of a philosophy of life than a religion.
Integrated Kabbalistic healing (IKH) has been used for centuries. IKH combines 13th-Century Kabbalistic wisdom with current theories from quantum physics, 20th-Century physiological insight, and teachings of nonduality. IKH is used to heal the whole person: mind, body, and soul. Individuals use this type of healing to nurture their relationships with the source of all healing power, a process called God-cleaving. IKH may be used for self-healing or for healing others.
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