An Alef-Bet Kabalah

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An Alef-Bet Kabalah contains 22 short mystical journeys across lifetimes and universes, one mystical meditation for each letter of the Hebrew alphabet. They are designed to expand your mind by creating awareness, provoking peace, and making connections between the individual and the rest of the universe, so that you can live a happier and more fulfilling life. Enjoy the journeys!
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About Dan Brook

Dan is a writer, speaker, poet, photographer, activist, and professor of sociology and political science. He lives and loves in San Francisco, even while exploring the world.

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Crissavol Lupher reviewed on on April 8, 2013

As I read "An Alef-Bet Kabalah", I felt like my soul was flourishing. This work sharpened my compassion and deepened my respect for Dr. Brook and reminded me that we are our own tragedy and our own heroes. This piece forced me to take my emotional pulse. I am priviledged to have discovered the works of Dr. Brook and look forward to discovering and examining more in the future. Thank you, Dr. Brook, for sharing your creativity with the world.
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