- The Book
- Lesson 1 - Language
- Lesson 2 - Who Reads the Zohar?
- Lesson 3 - History
- Lesson 4 - One Law
- Lesson 5 - What Do I Do?
- Lesson 6 - Love
- Zohar Quiz
The Zohar contains all the spiritual states that people experience as their souls evolve. At the end of the process, the souls achieve what Kabbalah refers to as “the end of correction,” the highest level of spiritual wholeness.
Enter The Zohar is a video presentation of 7 short lessons about The Zohar for people who are seeking meaningful and practical answers about the meaning of their lives, the purpose of creation and their relationships with the laws of nature. The Zohar fuses everything there is to know about reality into a precise spiritual science that allows the student to reveal who they are, why events in their lives happen and what they can do to attain happiness.
More On The Zohar? If you're interested in The Zohar and everything it has to offer at a deeper level, additional resources and information are provided as well. We recommend starting with a beginner course in the fundamentals of Kabbalah. Courses are free, and there are self-study video classes available to start immediately, as well as a live courses every few weeks.
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About Bnei Baruch
Bnei Baruch is the largest group of Kabbalists in Israel and around the world, sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah with the entire world. Study materials in over 25 languages are based on authentic Kabbalah texts that were passed down from generation to generation.
Bnei Baruch is a diverse movement of many thousands of students worldwide. Each student chooses his or her own path and intensity, according to one's personal conditions and abilities.
In recent years, the group has grown into a movement engaged in voluntary educational projects, presenting genuine Kabbalah sources in contemporary language. The essence of the message disseminated by Bnei Baruch is unity of the people, unity of nations and love of man.