KabbalahPublishing Ancient Wisdom for Modern Minds The Official Publishing Arm of the Kabbalah Centre

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Rav Ashlag , one of the most profound mystics and greatest spiritual teachers of the 20th Century, is revered by students of Kabbalah. Among his many accomplishments was the first-ever translation of the Zohar from its original Aramaic into Hebrew. Born in Poland in 1886, Rav...

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Rav Brandwein , the Rabbi of Stretin, was born in 13 Adar 5663 (1904) in Tzefat (Safed), the town of kabbalists. He began learning kabbalah at an early age, and chose for himself, as teacher and rabbi, the greatest of kabbalists, Rav Yehuda Ashlag. Rav Ashlag was author of the Sulam Commentary...

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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 as a rabbi at Torah VaDaat. A businessman who wanted to make a difference in this world, he was always searching for his true path.

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Karen Berg was the first woman to openly study Kabbalah, and was the driving force behind the decision to share the formerly secret wisdom of Kabbalah with the world. Director of Kabbalah Centre International, she is the author of God Wears Lipstick and Simple Light.

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Michael Berg was born into a kabbalistic tradition and steeped himself in the wisdom. Adept at combing through ancient materials, he distills information into elegant thought and language. An accomplished scholar and teacher, Michael was the first person to translate the entire 23-volume Zohar from ancient Aramaic into English.

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Yehuda Berg is a prolific and bestselling author of The Power of Kabbalah and The 72 Names of God. In 2007, Newsweek named him one of America's Top Five Rabbis and in 2009 GQ’s Gentleman’s Fund honored him as an Agent of Change in the Education category. His most recent title is The Power to Change Everything.