A brief history of Kabbalah classes

A brief history of Kabbalah. This series was done for the JLI "Torah Cafe" website and are being included here in audio only. This twenty minute clips provide history and the understanding of this history tracing Kabbalah back to the times of the prophets, the radical change by the members of the great assembly, rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai's resurgence and so on.


Class Fifteen.
 - Class Fifteen.
Rabbi Schneer Zalman of Liadi, "The Alter Rebbe". Kabbalah with a philosophical form. We're closest to god on earth, Action is much more important than intent.
Class Fourteen.
 - Class Fourteen.
The Chassidic Movement. Rabbi Yisroel Ba'al Shem Tov. The epicenter of Judaism is the Jew not Judaism. The lowest world is the point of everything.
Class Thirteen.
 - Class Thirteen.
Rabbi Yeshaya Haklevi Horowitz.
Class Twelve.
 - Class Twelve.
Rabbi Chayim Vital. The other students of the Arizal also write. The Shmona Sheurim.
Class Eleven.
 - Class Eleven.
The great Arizal. Hakdamos and Kavanos. Tzimtzum, Kabbalah Ma'asis.
Class Ten.
 - Class Ten.
Rabbi Moshe Kordova. The Pardes Rimonim.
Class Nine.
 - Class Nine.
Rabbi Meir Ben Gabbai, The Avodas HaKodesh.
Class Eight.
 - Class Eight.
The Zohar reappears.
Class Seven.
 - Class Seven.
The RaMbaN, Nachmonedes.
Class Six.
 - Class Six.
Kabbalah's dark age.
Class Four.
 - Class Four.
The onset of Kabbalah.
Class Five.
 - Class Five.
Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai and the Zohar.
Class Three.
 - Class Three.
Class Two.
 - Class Two.
Class One.
 - Class One.
Prophecy is mysticism.

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