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THE SECRET GARDEN OF THE SOUL by Allan Armstrong

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Weight .325 kg
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Imagier Publishing, Bristol 2008, P/B
pp. 238, with many b/w illustrations.

An informative work that sheds light upon the perplexing world of the Kabbalah, its origins and history; throwing light on its obscure terms and mysterious language; its symbolism, doctrine and teachings.

 

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Format: 210mm x 148mm p/b
Extent: 238 pages
Price: £15.99
Artwork 38 x b/w illustrations

The Secret Garden of the Soul by Allan Armstrong is intended for students with a serious interest in studying the mystical dimensions of Kabbalah.

It is a well written and informative work that sheds light upon the perplexing world of the Kabbalah and will guide you through its origins and history; throwing light on its obscure terms and mysterious language; explaining and interpreting its symbolism, doctrine and practices. The title, The Secret Garden of the Soul, reflects the fact that throughout history Kabbalists have likened the soul to a garden, a secret garden hidden deep within our being.

Author Allan Armstrong has devoted his life to developing a greater understanding of the spiritual life and the path of spiritual perfection. His research interests reflect this in his study of spiritual disciplines including prayer & meditation; liturgical studies; spiritual healing Methods; kabbalah and mysticism.

“The Secret Garden of the Soul: an Introduction to the Kabbalah, by Allan Armstrong is one of the finest introductions to the Kabbalah I have read. It is not light or naive; it is a thorough and deep book, but very accessible.”Review by David Goddard, in Positive Health magazine, Issue 148

 “It is refreshing to find a book that rises above and beyond a superficial overview of the subject in order to provide readers with real knowledge and understanding into this profound system of spiritual growth.” Review by authors Chic Cicero and Tabatha Cicero.

£17.50

10 in stock

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