Kabbalah Corner

Our 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. On this page we placed recommended basic and intermediate resources toward the top. Beneath these we will continue to add our own own articles to provoke thought and discussion.

For more information, or if you have recommendations, contact behanu137@gmail.com.


What is Kabbalah? (Rabbi Chaim Richman) VIDEO

Aish HaTorah Spirituality Center

Chabad Kabbalah Online

Gal Einei Torah’s Inner Dimension

Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education & Research

Gal Einai Glossary of Kabbalah and Chassidut

Sample Zohar lesson by Daniel Matt


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RECOMMENDED BOOKS (Links to amazon.com)

OUTSIDE THE BOX (Staff Articles)


A collection of imaginative writings unlike anything you’ve seen!

Soul Chart
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.

13 Petals Matrix Project
This includes 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. (See also 10-part video series on The Matrix with Rabbi Gideon Holland and Doron Rozelio. Also see our Groups and Conferences schedule.) 

        Bonus: Etz Chaim de Matrix

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

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.

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. 

Connections to Parsha Tetzaveh and a Lot More (PDF)


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