What is the Meaning of Kabbalah | Concept and Definition of Kabbalah

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From the Hebrew qabbālāh, Kabbala is a mystical and allegorical of the Old Testament interpretation current. The concept refers to a set of doctrines which, by esotericism and compliance with certain provisions, aims to reveal the message of God and the world.
The first origins of the Kabbalah date from the diaspora of the 1st century BC Hellenistic although real actual current developed at the end of the 12th century. Shimon Bar Yochai (who lived between the 1st and the 2nd century) explained in the Zohar that breast being infinity (En Sof), irradiated a ray of light giving birth to Or Ein Soph. This divine emanation (Sephira), called Kether, gave birth to nine other sephiroth that represent different aspects through which God manifests himself.
The modern design of the Kabbalah, this system was given by God to humanity, without any preconditions. The Kabbalistic doctrine argues that the universe operates according to principles which, if they are understood and accepted by humans, they are able to improve the lives and achieve the fullness.
In the familiar language, a cabal is a superstitious calculation, a guess or an assumption. The concept is associated with a kind of ritual that a person carries out hoping to get lucky or to achieve its objectives. Enter a location with the right foot, use an amulet or is still sitting on the same Chair (at the same place) to watch a football match are examples of cabals.
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