Kabbalah and Meditation for the Nations (2007, Hardcover, 216pp.)
The Noahide covenant is God’s gift to mankind for fostering goodwill and peace on Earth. In this book, Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh explores the mystical meaning of the Noahide covenant and the Seven Laws. Going beyond the letter of the law, he reveals the spiritual significance of the Noahide commandments, each as a manifestation of faith in God and as related to a spiritual principle. For the Noahide covenant with the One God to take root and flourish, it must be fed by its roots in the mystical dimension of the Torah. This book offers the reader a first glimpse of these mystical and spiritual roots of the Divine service of righteous gentiles.
What You Need to Know About Kabbalah (2006, Hardcover, 190pp.)
This text is the definitive intro to Kabbalah. Click here for more.
The Art of Education: Integrating Ever-New Horizons (2005, Hardcover, 303pp.)
For parents and educators, this text explains the most important aspects of education according to Kabbalah. Click here for more.
Consciousness & Choice: Finding Your Soulmate (2004, Hardcover, 283pp.)
Teaches how the mystical tradition in Judaism can help you make a decision on whom to marry. Contemplative in nature, yet practical and useful.
Body, Mind, Soul: Kabbalah on Human Physiology, Disease and Healing (2004, Hardcover, 341pp.)
This book deals with the mystical understanding of the human body and discusses the spiritual shortcomings and blemishes that result in various physical ailments and the methods of healing.
Living In Divine Space: Kabbalah and Meditation (2003, Hardcover, 288pp.)
This book explains how to practice Jewish meditation according to the Torah and guides the reader both in practical meditation and in how to achieve a meditative state through properly challenging one’s energy.
Rectifying the State of Israel: A Political Platform Based on Kabbalah (2002, Hardcover, 230pp.)
In this book, Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh sets forth a conceptual and practical program for healing the ills of the State of Israel. These proposals are at once profound and practical, born of intimate acquaintance with the pulse of the people as well as the failings of Israeli politics, and permeated by Chassidic optimism and love for the Jewish people as well as for all humanity.
Transforming Darkness Into Light: Kabbalah and Psychology(2002, Hardcover, 192pp.)
How to deal with anxiety and stress from a Kabbalistic perspective. Through an explanation of psychological ailments as understood in Kabbalah, this book provides remedies and behavior to free one of the emotional distress that can be destructive if not debilitating.
Awakening the Spark Within: Five Dynamics of Leadership That Can Change the World (2001, Hardcover, 200pp.)
This empowering book shows how individual efforts can have world-changing consequences and bring the prophetic vision of the future to its ultimate fulfillment.
The Mystery of Marriage: How to Find Love and Happiness in Married Life (1999, Hardcover, 499pp.)
This book is intended not only for married couples but for singles as well, who are seeking the deeper meaning and explanation of gender and relationships, as explained Kabbalistically. This is a fundamental guide to understanding the inner dimension of verbal communication, emotional needs and physical relationships.
The Hebrew Letters: Channels of Creative Consciousness (1995, Hardcover, 501pp.)
This book is an encyclopedia of the Hebrew letters. Each letter is discussed according to the Kabbalistic explanation of its form, its numerical value, the way it is pronounced, its place in the 22 letter alphabet and the inner meaning of its name.