The study of the book of Zohar purifies the soul, and brings a person closer to the Creator, even if the student does not really understand such a complex ancient text.
Based on Commentaries of Baal HaSulam. Rabbi Yehuda Leib HaLevi Ashlag (1884-1954) is known as Baal HaSulam (Owner of the Ladder) for his Sulam (ladder) commentary on The Book of Zohar.
Baal HaSulam dedicated his life to interpretations and innovations in the wisdom of Kabbalah, disseminating it in Israel and throughout the world.
He developed a unique method to the study of Kabbalah, by which any person can delve into the depth of reality and reveal its roots and purpose of existence.
This is new 2008 Edition includes:
- Volume 1 – Bereishit
- Volume 2 – Shmot
- Volume 3 – Vayikra
- Volume 4 – Bamidbar
- Volume 5 – Devarim
- Volume 6 – The Essence of Judaism
- Volume 7 – The essence of the Hidden Wisdom
- Volume 8 – The Book of ZOHAR Terminology
About Baal HaSulam:
Baal HaSulam was born in Warsaw, Poland on Sep 24, 1884, at the age of nineteen he was ordained as a rabbi by the greatest rabbis of Warsaw, and for sixteen years he served as a Dayan (Jewish orthodox judge) and a teacher in Warsaw. In 1921, Baal HaSulam immigrated to Israel and settled in the Old City of Jerusalem.
Translated by: Rabbi Zvi Nisanzon