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Ordet kabbalá (hebr. קַבָּלָה) heng samen med den hebraiske rota קבל ‘ta imot’, og er det vanlege namnet på jødisk mystikk. Kabbalá blir av tilhengarane sine rekna som ein del av den munnlege læra som Mosjé rabbénu (Moses) tok imot på Har Sinái (Sinaifjellet), og som sidan har gått frå munn til munn i fleire tusen år. Om du synest ordet verkar litt kjent, så er det ikkje så merkeleg — det norske ordet kabal heng faktisk samen med det hebraiske ordet kabbalá.

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  • Eliezer Segal: «Religious Studies 463: Jewish Mysticism». Historisk framstilling av jødisk mystikk. Oversiktleg og bra!
  • M. Alan Kazlev: «Kabbalah». Innhaldsrik nettstad med stor breidd... Inneheld informasjon om både jødisk kabbalá og ikkje-jødisk kabbalá. Det går klart fram kva som er kva.
  • Kabalah Online. Kabbalá med ḥasidisk vinkling.
  • OROT. Teachings [by] Rav Avraham Yitzchak Hakohen Kook [and] others. “One of the purposes of the disclosure of the esotheric mysteries of the Torah in this world — is to view the secular from the vantage point of holy, to realize that in truth, there is nothing totally secular in this world. On the other hand, all the dimensions of holiness are themselves secular in comparison to the exalted light of holiness which emanates from the Ein Sof (the Infinite). The result is that these concepts come together, and the unity of these worlds stands out, and the spirit of man grows greater and greater, and his actions grow and become glorified in the foundation of an upper existance.”

Sefirót

  • Eliezer Segal: «The Ten Sefirot of the Kabbalah». “The Jewish mystical doctrine known as ‘Kabbalah’ (= ‘Tradition’) is distinguished by its theory of ten creative forces that intervene between the infinite, unknowable God (‘Ein Sof’) and our created world. Through these powers God created and rules the universe, and it is by influencing them that humans cause God to send to Earth forces of compassion (masculine, right side) or severe judgment (feminine, left side). You can learn about the individual Sefirot by clicking on their pictures in the diagram on the left.”

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  • Mossé Cordobero: Tomer Tomer Devorah (The Palm Tree of Devorah). [Tomer Deborá]] av Mossé Cordobero. “Moses ben Jacob Cordovero, one of the most profound and systematic exponents of the teachings of the Zohar and a leading figure in the circle of mystics for which sixteenth-century Safed in Palestine was renowned, was born in 1522 and died at the age of 48, in 1570. The little book Tomer Devorah is an ethical treatise devoted to the doctrine of the Imitation of God. The book was first published in Venice in 1588.”
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