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▶ Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan interviewed by Dr Russell Barber on Jewish Mysticismand Kabbalah

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A rare TV interview with Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, one of the finest and accomplished Jewish scholars in our time. Dr. Russell Barber discuss Jewish Mysticism on The First Estate broadcast on WNBC-TV channel 4 in 1979. Rec...

Connecting to Rav Berg, Now and Forever

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The story and legacy of Rav Berg, 1927-2013 For more videos, visit Rav Berg was born in New York City to a family of spiritual scholars and teachers. After many years of traditional religious study, he was ordained ...

Rav Philip Berg Kabbalah hidden message of the Kabbalah part3b

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Rav Philip Berg discusses Kabbalah on ABC radio show 'Open Minds'. Some truth concealed for 3800 years (written by Abraham) that religion has failed to deliver until the time is is the time. We are in the age of Aqu...

Rav Laitman’s Morning Lesson: Understanding Pesach (Passover)

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- Rav Michael Laitman, PhD. during a morning lesson, explains the Kabbalistic meaning of Pesach, basic concepts of Kabbalah, and the Perception of Reality.

THE SEED OF THE YEAR – RAV BERG – Rosh Hashanah 2011

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THE SEED OF THE YEAR - RAV BERG - Rosh Hashanah 2011.

“Kabbalah Revealed” Episode 2 — Perception of Reality

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» Sign up for a Free Kabbalah Course today! Anthony Kosinec explains how our five senses block us from perceiving the true, eternal reality, and how we can use what Kabbalists have discovered, to break through our l...

The Consciousness of Change with Michael Berg

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Please enjoy these teachings from Inspiring Change, the blog of Michael Berg at , Co-Director of the Kabbalah Centre and follow him on Twitter @michael_berg_ More lessons are available at

The Power of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai and The Zohar

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Michael Berg teaching about The Power of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai and The Zohar.

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