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Sefer Etz Chaim - Rabbi Chaim Vital / ספר עץ חיים

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Etz Chaim is a literary work that deals with the Kabbalah, the book was written in 1573. The book of Etz Chaim is a summary of the teachings of the Ashkenazi Rabbi Isaac Luria, the Arizal (1534-1572). The Arizal was a rabbi and a kabbalist who created a new tendency in the study of the Kabbalah.

The book was published thanks to the student and disciple of the Ari, the Rabbi Chaim Vital, who wrote the teachings of his master, during the lessons that the Arizal taught, to his disciples that were part of his study group of Kabbalah, in the city of Safed, in Ottoman Palestine. The Rabbi Chaim Vital compiled the teachings of the Ari, in a book that deals with the Lurianic Kabbalah.

The book talks about the divine order and the existence of the things. The work deals with revelation and the perception of the reality by the man of our time. The level of understanding of the World by the Ari can be seen from the first lines at the beginning of the book.

The book marks the beginning of the Lurianic Kabbalah, but it was Rabbi Chaim Vital who revealed the content of the work to the World. Before the Arizal, the Kabbalists revealed in their books, the development of reality from its origin to our world (from the understandable light). The Arizal HaKadosh discovered a method to understand the reality better.

Includes footnotes of the Rashash Rabbi Shalom Sharabi.

  • Binding: Hardcover
  • 2 Sizes: Standard-6.75" x 9.75"  Large 10" x 13.75"
  • Language: Hebrew

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