Meaning and Definition of kabbalah Kabbalah | Concept and What is.

What is the kabbalah Kabbalah?

Kabbalah is a set of knowledge, a philosophy of life which is governed by a set of universal laws that relate to the spiritual and physical world, and that it is part of the mysticism Jewish. The term Kabbalah, from the Hebrew word "Lekabel", is translated to the Spanish from the verb "receive".

The origins of the Kabbalah, or cabal, are located in the early beginnings of Judaism, around the 1st century BC, but it is not until the end of the 12th century created the Kabbalah as such.

The story that the Kabbalah was taught, as a knowledge of esoteric type, by God or Yahweh to Adam. This knowledge was then transmitted to Abraham and Moses at the time I received the 10 Commandments in the tables of the law at the top of Mount Sinai.

The Kabbalah corresponds to a 'technology' and not a religion, as commonly it is called, since it is a set of tools that should be used to connect a series of spiritual laws of the universe that govern life. This set of laws allow the developing human, so as they would also contribute to the improvement of the world in which we live. In this way the Kabbalah can be understood as a detailed description of the nature, which explains it from the complex and diverse relationships that exist between physical reality and the spiritual reality.

Students of Kabbalah or Kabbalah are people who should be able to question everything and that through their studies must obtain the power to take charge of his life, without leaving that life will dominate them to them. Throughout their studies are revealed to the spiritual and physical laws that govern the universe and the soul, laws that provide answers and keys to make big changes in their lives and the world.

Kabbalah is currently within the reach of everyone, and the Kabbalistic knowledge through classes in specialised centres, DVDs, online courses and personal trainers are available.
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