The Kabbalah Corner offers a variety of material and resources, all with the aim of helping people learn the Torah at a deeper level and understand how its teachings apply to all aspects of life. As a correct understanding of the subject of the messiah is rooted in kabbalistic concepts, a good part of the material in this section will relate to this in some manner. We will also link to recommended learning resource outside of 13 Petals, including articles, audios and videos from an array of interesting teachers.
RECOMMENDED LEARNING RESOURCES
Aish HaTorah Kabbalah 101 Course (New? Start here!)
- The Banishment of Adam and Eve
- The Secret of the Tree of Knowledge
- Love and Fear, Truth and Illusion
- The Seven Habits of De-stressed People
- Living in a Mirror World
- The Nature of Relationships
- Zohar and Kabbalah (1 hour, 12 min)
- God and Big Bang (1 hour, 9 minutes)
- In the Beginning God was Created! (3:01)
- Adam, Eve and the Zohar (7:20)
- Wheat and the Four Levels of Torah Study (5:16)
- The Feminine Aspect of God (3:58)
RECOMMENDED AUDIO LECTURES
Kabbalah On Witchcraft
Rabbi Mendel Kaplan
OUTSIDE THE BOX (Staff Articles)
A collection of imaginative writings unlike anything you’ve seen!
This chart presents a number of ideas from Torah in a fashion that shows a relationship between them based on the Four-letter Name of G-d. Great for study or meditation.
Matrix Movie Study
This is a 27-part study utilizing the Matrix movies as midrash to convey Torah concepts. You may be shocked what is ‘hidden’ in the script of this movie.
The Sefirot in “The Lord’s Prayer”
We analyze the famous prayer from Matthew chapter 6 and break it down along with comparable themes from the Amidah.
Ten Shirot and Ten Sefirot
The ten great “songs” of the Tenakh and how they align with the Sefirot
The World of Connectedness
A six-part imaginative journey connecting popular self-improvement tools (“StrengthsFinder 2.0 Assessment” and “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”) to the Sefirot and to common themes in science, movies and more.
Why is Nike so Successful?
There’s this theory that it might have something to do with what their marketing campaign is patterned after – whether intentional or not.