Satan by Yehuda Berg
An Autobiography

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It’s said that the greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was in convincing the world that he doesn’t exist. In his latest book, Yehuda Berg uses the device of an “as told to” autobiography to explain the notion of The Adversary, an important concept in Kabbalistic wisdom. Through this playful yet serious faux-bio, readers learn that Satan resides within everyone, manifesting himself as that nagging little voice of doubt and uncertainty, and that that's how havoc is wreaked throughout the world. By doing the spiritual work that Kabbalah teaches, readers can banish negativity and evil influences from their lives, and eliminate chaos from the world. Berg takes creative license with the narrative, but he presents an accurate representation of Kabbalah’s view on the force of evil in the physical universe.
 

About Yehuda Berg

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RABBI YEHUDA BERG is a graduate of Yeshiva University in New York City. He is an ordained Rabbi from Yeshiva Knesset Israel in Jerusalem, and is a leading authority on Kabbalah. Berg is the author of The Power of Kabbalah and is the editor of the Kabbalah Centre's editions of The Kabbalistic Daily Prayer Book and The Kabbalistic Shabbat Prayer Book. He serves as associate director of the Kabbalah Media Group, as well as religious director of The Kabbalah Children's Academy. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and children.
 
Published May 19, 2010 by Kabbalah Publishing. 261 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Biographies & Memoirs, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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