What are the best Kabbalah books?

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    #1Zohar

    Zohar

    Zohar: The Book of Enlightenment is a non-fiction Judaism spiritual book written by an anonymous writer. This book is published in 1988 by Paulist Press. 

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    Virginia Fisher
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "This is an introduction to Kabbalistic thought in general. The Zohar is illuminating and parts are quite detailed with notes on each selection placed at the end of the book. This is an interesting read if you're exploring this topic."
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    #2Kabbalah

    Kabbalah
    Kabbalah: New Perspectives is a non-fiction Judaism spiritual book written by Moshe Idel. This theology book is first published in 1988. 
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    Megan West
    Written on April 13, 2018
    "Yes the topic is correct. If you have a serious interest in kabbalah, then you simply must read this book. Very in depth and insightful. Thorough as well. You may need a primer though, if you are completely clueless before starting this book. "
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    #3Meditation and Kabbalah

    Meditation and Kabbalah

    Meditation and Kabbalah is a non-fiction Judaism spiritual book written by Aryeh Kaplan. This philosophy book is first published in 1982. 

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    Roy Kennedy
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "This is a great choice if you are looking into Kaballah. I really think it's a must read. You must check this out if you are looking for a kaballah book. It helps bring it into real life."
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    #4Hasidism

    Hasidism

    Hasidism: Between Ecstasy and Magic is a non-fiction Judaism spiritual book written by Moshe Idel. This religion book is first published in 1995 by State University of New York Press.

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    Muhammad Chavan
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "This book as revealed many insights and thought I have not had. I would recommend it to anyone interested in Jewish spirituality. "
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    #5The Universal Meaning of Kabbalah

    The Universal Meaning of Kabbalah

    The Universal Meaning of Kabbalah is a non-fiction Judaism spiritual book written by Leo Schaya. This religious book is first published in 2004 by Fons Vitae. 

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    Juan Griffin
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "Truthfully, I had no idea what the Kabbalah was before picking up this book. I mean I'd heard of it, before and seen it mentioned in movies and TV shows, but precisely what it was, I had no clue. Thankfully, this book makes it perfectly clear what the Kabbalah is and what it means to the Jewish faith. It helps that the author, Leo Schaya, was an outsider to the Jewish faith himself, thus making his ability to explain it in layman's terms seemingly that much more effective. Highly recommended."
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    #6In the Shadow of the Ladder

    In the Shadow of the Ladder

    In the Shadow of the Ladder: Introductions to Kabbalah is a non-fiction Christian book written by  Yehudah Lev Ashlag, Mark Cohen, and Yedidah Cohen. It is published in 2003. 

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    Norma Quezada
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "This spiritual ladder, moving through the different dimensions of life, describes how a person changes and gets closer to G-d with each ascension by reading the Torah for it's own sake to give pleasure to the Creator and the mitzvots...for me it was a book about becoming until one reaches union with G-d....and the knowledge that one's soul has a particular mission to accomplish before returning home...."
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    #7Jewish Meditation

    Jewish Meditation

    Jewish Meditation is a non-fiction religious book written by Aryeh Kaplan. This Judaism book is first published in 1985. 

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    Austin Reid
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "This book of Jewish Meditation is a step-by-step introduction. This guide covers such topics as mantra meditation, contemplation, and visualization within a Jewish context. I find this book quite fascinating and would like to read about the Jewish meditative practice."
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    #8Kabbalah and Consciousness and the Poetry of Allen Afterman

    Kabbalah and Consciousness and the Poetry of Allen Afterman

    Kabbalah and Consciousness and the Poetry of Allen Afterman is a non-fiction religious book and published in 2005 by Sheap Meadow Press. 

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    Sandra Reed
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "This is not an easy read, but a very good book. I thoroughly enjoyed it."

Summary

Best What are the best Kabbalah books
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1ZoharBooks 22 Paid
2KabbalahBooks 21 Paid
3Meditation and KabbalahBooks 20 Paid
4HasidismBooks 19 Paid
5The Universal Meaning of KabbalahBooks 18 Paid
6In the Shadow of the LadderBooks 17 Paid
7Jewish MeditationBooks 14 Paid
8Kabbalah and Consciousness and the Poetry of Allen AftermanBooks 14 Paid
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