Most people know that Genesis, the first book of the Bible and the first of the Five Books of Moses, tells the story of creation. Lesser-known is the story behind Genesis and how this backstory can be used to connect with a higher realm. Kabbalah teaches that Genesis provides an understanding of the universe on a seed level, and thus its lessons can help seekers reach their full potential. This new rendition of Genesis forms a bridge between the Zohar (Kabbalah's sacred text) and the Torah or Bible. The first in a projected five-volume series (all Five Books of Moses), Genesis is edited by noted scholar and teacher Yehuda Berg and features contributions by legendary Kabbalists Rav Yehuda Ashlag, Rav Yehuda Brandwein, and Rav P. S. Berg. Presented in a handsome hardcover edition, Genesis comes in a user-friendly format, printed front-to-back with the Hebrew and English on facing pages.
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Yehuda Berg, son of Rav Berg and Karen Berg, is a co-director of The Kabbalah Center International and prominent Kabbalistic scholar and teacher. He was recently (March 2007) named one of America's Top Rabbis in Newsweek Magazine. He speaks and teaches worldwide and his many students include business leaders and celebrities. His previous books include the bestselling titles, The Power of Kabbalah and The 72 Names of God.
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