Below are many amazing resources to further your learning of Kabbalah.

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Yeshshem means There is a Name. Come learn about yourself through the study of your name:







Bet Midrash means “house of learning.” Our mission is to create a set of experiences for Jewish adults, children and families outside of the traditional classroom and synagogue. These experiences will nourish you spiritually, intellectually and emotionally.


The website of Australian Kabbalah teacher and mystic, Laibl Wolf.


The website of Rabbi David A. Cooper, one of the leading teachers of Kabbalah and Jewish meditation, and author of several books, including God is a Verb: Kabbalah and The Practice of Mystical Judaism.


The website of Rabbi Max Weiman, author of A Simple Guide to Happiness: From a mystical perspective.


The website of Melinda Ribner, author of Kabbalah Month By Month and other works. Making the ancient wisdom and practices of kabbalistic meditation, Jewish prayer, counseling, personal spiritual transformation, and healing available to everyone.




Kabbala Online is a Hasidic Jewish Kabbalah Website with resources that go along with the weekly Torah readings.


English speaking site for Rav Avraham Bradwein, the only student of Rav Yehuda Ashlag who is still with us.

The entire text of the Zohar, the Holy book of kabbalah has been posted online by The Kabbalah Centre International.


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