Healing the Mind-Body with Kabbalah

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Most often the things we never see are in front of us all the time. We all have a part of ourselves that is always there within us and always escaping our attention. This part of who we are, always hidden in plain sight, is the ability to foresee future changes in our mind-bodies as unintended consequences of our behaviors. Therefore, once you read “Health Secrets from the Seventh Heaven” you will realize that the solutions to your existing or potential health problems are so close to you that all you need to do is to become aware of them. 

Humans are constantly at war with their emotions. The human intellect is in a constant struggle over good and evil with its animal side. The result when the evil side succeeds: We behave badly; we eat too much; we drink, smoke, take drugs; we become promiscuous; or we get violently angry, or worse. All this leads to depression, poor health and disease, and eventually untimely death. The Kabbalah masters describe this war as “the good inclination versus the evil inclination” or “the G-dly soul versus the animal soul.” In short, the animal within us, if not tamed, destroys us.

For hundreds of years the Kabbalists formulated strategies to “take control” of this deadly dichotomy. Their practices have enabled them to subdue the dark side—ending the strife between the opposites in their mind-body relationship and harnessing the resulting energy to live long, fulfilled lives. The Hassidim—sects of Ultra-Orthodox Jews—have practiced Kabbalah for centuries. The largest sect, the Chabad Lubavitch, cleave to a particular opus of Kabbalah, known as the Tanya, as a “formula” for healthy living. In this easy to read book Moshe Sharon applies the principals and practices of the Tanya to modern health care and explains how to use the teachings of Tanya to “take control” and conquer many of the physical and mental health conditions that plague our modern society.

Sharon explains in easy to read text and with many anecdotes:

Human nature, as expounded by Kabbalah in general and by the Tanya in particular.

The familiar ways of thinking that govern speech and action

How to eliminate stress

Kabbalistic perspective of change and the nature of time

How we can utilize the Kabbalistic concepts in Hassidic teachings to cope with the aftermath of trauma

Kabbalah’s approach to depression

How chronic disease is a manifestation of behavior

Kabbalistic principles from the Tanya to resolve potential health problems such as anxiety, obsession, anger, hatred and frustration

How to rid ourselves of impulses, compulsions and addictions.

How to apply Kabbalistic concepts to enhance the health of society at large

In general, the hype over Madonna’s tryst into Kabbalah, followed by other Hollywood stars, has come and gone, but Kabbalah continues to grow exponentially, transforming esoteric knowledge into practical advice. This book further advances this cause by providing practical insights in gaining impulse control and getting rid of bad habits.

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  1. sueliz1

    Dear Moshe,

    I just looked at your book on amazon. It looks fascinating. I am all for holistic health care. I have had my own health issues and went the allopathic route..which made me sicker. I then turned to homeopathy which helped me a lot. I have also used healing frequencies or sound remedies that act on the body as if you took a medicine without taking it. Have you heard of this? They totally work for everything..viruses, bacteria and detoxification. Check out this site:
    http://www.digitalsoundremedies.com . I’m curious what you think about that.


  2. moshesharon

    I have never heard of this before and I looked at the site. It looks like hi-tech snake oil. I’d be very careful about spending money on this. I would search for scientific evidence on medline before pursuing such a course of treatment.

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