By Michael Berg

Compliment for how utilizing the knowledge of Kabbalah for non secular Transformation and achievement "This booklet will motivate your soul. Michael Berg has complete the enormous job of translating the everlasting truths of existence into non secular logic. with out a doubt,The method turns into one of many sacred texts of your individual life."–Caroline Myss, Ph.D., writer of Anatomy of the Spirit "Michael Berg brilliantly stocks Kabbalah’s profound non secular legislation and historical knowledge in an easy method which could support us enhance the standard of our lives–in many ways."–Roseanne "The approach unearths the sweetness and the practicality of Kabbalah–buy this ebook and skim it, now."–Sandra Bernhard

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Qxd 6/25/01 10:01 AM Page 38 T H E WAY real joy is like. They are microscopic windows into the real experience of spiritual fulfillment. So if the most wonderful moments of your life were only a fraction of true fulfillment, you’d no doubt like to know how to get to the real thing. How to get as much fulfillment as possible. How to experience every minute of every day at an exponentially higher level of joy than anything you’ve ever known. Is such a thing really possible? Well, yes—but in order to understand how, we have to take a step back.

We will have regained the freedom from pain, suffering, and death that was intended for us by the Creator. qxd 6/25/01 10:01 AM Page 47 THE LIGHT AND THE VESSEL ing of the Messiah really means—and what could be more in our own interests than that? The precipitous impulse to “start sharing like mad” requires a bit more explanation. For new students of Kabbalah, it’s safe to say that transformation should be more about inner growth than external action. Once again, the basis of transformation is becoming a being of sharing.

He’s failing his classes. They don’t want to allow him back in school. ” I was shocked. I felt terrible that I had brought so much anguish to my mother. qxd 6/25/01 9:56 AM Page 21 C R E AT I N G F U L F I L L M E N T my room and I made a decision—from that day on I would focus on my studies and stop fooling around and listen to my teachers so that my mother would be happy again. And as you can see, I continued my studies, and I became a scholar, and now I’m a teacher with thousands of students and I’ve written many books.

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