Universal Meaning of the Kabbalah [Leo Schaya] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Universal Meaning of the Kabbalah is a discussion. This is the complete text of “The Meaning of the Temple”, an essay by Leo Schaya, which appeared in the the journal “Studies in Comparative Religion”, For those who have yet to discover the work of Leo Schaya (), Universal Meaning of the Kabbalah (), and was for a time editor of the French.
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“The Meaning of the Temple” – an essay by Leo Schaya
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Leo Schaya – Wikipedia
Description Leo Schaya was a brilliant author and editor whose only book to appear in English was the much-acclaimed The Universal Meaning of the Kabbalah, which is kabbalh cited in books on Jewish mysticism. This new book, Universal Aspects of the Kabbalah and Judaism, is a collection of writings by Schaya, including some previously unpublished material, that highlight the particular way in which Judaism expresses universal truths and concepts.
Schaya explains in great depth and beauty how the God of Israel manifests His goodness, power, and mercy in multiple levels of creative emanations, which are the main focus of the Kabbalah. Even more, however, Schaya looks through Judaism’s particular forms and demonstrates sfhaya at its core Judaism reveals the same mysterious universal source from which all of the great dchaya traditions of the world draw their spiritual sustenance and energy.
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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. About Leo Schaya Leo Schaya was a prolific author and editor of works on comparative religion and Judaism. He was born in Switzerland, but spent much of his life in Nancy, France.
Although widely published in his native German, and French, this is only his second book to schayw published in English. He died in Roger Gaetani is an editor and translator.
He is co-editor with Jean-Louis Michon of the anthology Sufism: Love and Wisdom, and editor of The Spirit of Tolerance: The Inner Path of Islam. He lives in Bloomington, IN. Book ratings by Goodreads.
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