This is an excerpt from Rev. Amy's 3 part class on Kabbalah and it's simila...
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This is an excerpt from Rev. Amy's 3 part class on Kabbalah and it's similarities and differences with the Science of Mind.
Rev. Amy is a minister of Religious Science and founder of the Science of Mind Center of New York located in Manhattan. You can get more info at http://www.scienceofmindcenterny.com.
And sign up for her class at the Learning Annex on Oct. 20th in which she compares the teachings of Kabbalah and "The Secret".
Now, Kabbalah is perhaps the earliest known tool, man kind had, that showed our indestructible link with the divine, with God. It dates back over 4,700 years ago and Kabbalah is an ancient Jewish system of spiritual knowledge, often referred to as Jewish mysticism.
Mysticism means: of the nature of a direct intuitive perception beyond the ordinary range of our five senses. In other words, its something that we sense, we perceive, we intuit. It has nothing to do with hearing, smelling, tasting, our five senses - ok.
Now, there are two forms of Kabbalah: the oral Kabbalah, like I said, dates back over 4,700 years ago, and the written Kabbalah began with the esoteric teaching of the Jews in Palestine and Egypt around the first millennium. And esoteric means that these teachings were kept secret except for a select few who were able…