The Foundations of Judaic Mysticism
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This paper explains the rise of Hasidim as a result of the Kabbalist movement in Europe through the middle ages. The writer presents an introduction to Kabbalist beliefs, the nature of Jewish mysticism, theories of how the Kabbalah developed and modern variations. The writer discusses that what began as a rabbinical, scholarly and esoteric tradition has been altered in recent decades to become more accessible. "
From the Paper:"Mysticism comes rather naturally to Judaism as a religion referring to the possibility of direct communication with God as inner experience. God spoke directly to Moses on Mount Sinai when providing him with the Torah just as David or Jeremiah are said to have also had direct instruction. Ideas of God as sometimes experienced by ordinary human beings or communion within are longstanding traditions. Jewish mysticism is discussed in this paper in relation to the Kabbalah as the most evident of several varieties. The term Kabbalah derives ..."
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