In his continuing work to demystify and teach the ancient, esoteric texts of Kabbalah, Michael Berg suggests that the time is right for people to break free of "ego nature" and achieve total joy and immortality: in other words, to "become like God." Advising ruthless honesty about human life — its pain, suffering, and death — and then providing an escape plan based on those truths, Berg uses the tools of Kabbalah — such as the Zohar, the key text of the discipline — as well as the collective energy of all the individuals sharing this path to help form that critical mass that will allow everyone to realize their true, joyous nature. Becoming Like God gives readers the methodology to be applied at every moment to destroy ego, begin transformative sharing, and create a path to realize their true, godlike nature.
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Michael Berg, editor in chief of Kabbalah Magazine, offers an easy-to-digest manual on becoming like God. Drawing upon the traditional teachings of the Kabbalah, Berg shows readers how to overcome the ego nature, which the ancient texts name as the "desire to receive for the self alone." Throughout the book, Berg (The Way) uses the metaphor of imprisonment, claiming that most of us are confined in a jail of pain, suffering and death. Our job is to escape, which means conquering the evil prison guard (ego). Berg's amazingly Buddhist-like teachings offer enticing motivation for taking on this powerful opponent. Who wouldn't want fight ego and become like God with an "infinite payload of health, joy, and life" (which Berg claims is our birthright)? The key to this jailbreak, according to Berg, is to stop looking out for oneself, and starting looking out for the needs of the collective. This book may not tell you everything you want to know about accomplishing this new life mission, but it is an inspiring primer. --Gail Hudson
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