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72 Names of God Meditation Deck: Technology for the Soul Misc. Supplies – 1 Jan 2004

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  • Misc. Supplies: 72 pages
  • Publisher: Research Centre of Kabbalah; Gmc Crds edition (1 Jan. 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1571892192
  • ISBN-13: 978-1571892195
  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 8.1 x 3.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,411,067 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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According to Kabbalah the entire bible is a code. Inside the biblical story of Moses and the Red Sea, the 72 names of god are encoded and concealed. Yehuda Berg, breaks down the Hebrew text and then reveals the code, showing how these names can be applied to our ordinary daily lives, as the ultimate tool for achieving physical and emotional well being.


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ms. Carol George on 22 Feb. 2005
Format: Misc. Supplies
If you are into the kabbalah and enjoy meditating on the 72 names of God. These are for you. They are easy to carry around in your pocket, or post around the house to remind yourself. They go well with the 72 names of God book, but are not essential to work with. I enjoy them.
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Amazon.com: 15 reviews
45 of 46 people found the following review helpful
Amazing Card even better then the book 21 Jun. 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Misc. Supplies
It helps give me a meditation and a daily focus
I choose one or two every day and keep it in mind all day
I always find my self a better person at the end of the day
I bought a set for all my friends
You will not be disappointed
42 of 43 people found the following review helpful
Technology for the soul is right... 7 May 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Misc. Supplies Verified Purchase
I will admit - I do not have the book, but I have strongly contemplated purchasing it. I was actually about to purchase the book when I saw "meditation deck" in the list of search results and was immediately drawn to it. I read the one and only review that was listed (at the time of my purchase) and knew it was for me. The fact that Yehuda Berg tells you upfront - try it, if it works, use it...if not, don't says something about his character in my opinion. He is not telling you that you must give up everything in your life to use this system.

I purchased this deck along with "The Hebrew Alphabet" by Edward Hoffman and the "Essential Zohar" by P.S. Berg. I read and learned to write the Hebrew alphabet before I actually began using the cards which I feel has greatly helped because I actually have a basic understanding of each of the letters as well as the "non-technology" view of them.

I love the design of the cards--it is very clean, crisp, and modern and the images are splendid. The letters of the Hebrew alphabet even have a modern feel, but they do not loose their quality, meaning or power.

I've only used the cards for 3 days and even my family has noticed a difference. The very first day I received the package, I opened up the deck to look over the cards and get a feel for them and a few cards "jumped" out at me (hard to explain) and I took out "finish what you start" and that became my card for the day. I set it aside from the deck and meditated a bit on it and carried it with me. At the end of the day, I was truly astonished; I had finished "The Hebrew Alphabet" in one sitting (although it's a short book, this is very rare for me to do, I have not finished a book in one sitting in the last 10 years - not even the short ones under 100 pages).

I finished my layout/design in one sitting--it seemed that my ideas flowed seamlessly from my mind to my computer--another rarity. It seemed that everything I set myself to accomplish that day was done. That night I truly had to sit down in my bed and ponder for a moment who I was and what the body snatchers did with me. Even my family was set back by this!

I can go on forever about the things that have happened to me in my short time using the cards - but I don't want to take up too much of your time. But I know at a core level, these cards are quite beneficial to me and feel they can be quite beneficial to anyone who is open and receptive to using their energy.

As Yehuda Berg would put it - you don't have to believe me, try it and if it works, continue...if not, stop. :)
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Not bad 24 Jun. 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Misc. Supplies
The deck works for me better than the book of the same name that I purchased last year. And as for the "Essential Zohar" book, forget that book. I read something in it last year that I completely disagreed with, and since then, have gotten rid of it. However, not all Kabbalah is bad. I spent hours flipping through the cards in the deck and several did "jump out at me" and put me in a particular state of mind. Others, currently, had no effect. In particular two cards, together with the design and verbage, put me in a positive determined state of mind ("YUD YUD LAMED", and "RESH ALEPH HEY"). A state of mind that I prefer to be in, and am rarely in it. So thanks Mr. Berg.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Criticism about the accompanying book's background 11 Aug. 2006
By Uri Raz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Misc. Supplies
In the introduction to the book, Berg wrote that he collected the information about the 72 names from many books over a long time, as there aren't any, or he couldn't find any, that covers the powers / meanings of all the names - he found explanations about a few of them in each book and collected it all into this one.

Than he does not name any of the books. Even when he writes about finding a second hand book that held the information about the last few names, he does not mention it's name.

I find this hard to believe for two reasons.

The first is that the literal meaning of the word Kabbalah in Hebrew is 'reception' - the wisdom of Kabbalah is to be passed in an unbroken chain, with one's own understanding being far less important. Thus in Kabbalah not listing your sources is not just dishonest [as in not crediting others' work] but is breaking the rules of the very system Berg is teaching.

The second is that there are at least two books that cover the powers / meanings of all the names.

One is Sepher Razi'el haMal'ach (book of the angel Razi'el), which is very well known and contains three such lists. As hard as those are to understand, they still exist, still well known, and should be understandable to someone who is an expert in Kabbalah.

The second is Shorshey haShemot (the roots of names), an encyclopedia of angel & G-d names with various manuscripts, the largest and most prestigious of them attributed to Rav Moshe Zaccuto. This book was published in Hebrew at least five years ago, and I've seen parts of it translated to English about two years ago.

Customers should ask themselves whether they should buy into Berg's system, knowing that either he is unaware of those books (how likely is this? how does it make him look?) or chose to keep customers in the dark (again, how does it make him look?)
13 of 17 people found the following review helpful
A SIMPLE "GUIDE" TO LIFE'S COMPLEXITIES 2 May 2004
By stephen gold - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Misc. Supplies
Rabbi Yehuda Berg, the author of "The Power of Kabbalah," which is a "must read," has developed a meditation deck - - "72 Names of God," which you can use on a daily basis to "pull" yourself out of the depths of depression, unhappiness and what he calls "garbage." Berg explains the 72 names of God - - each containing three letters, their uses and their origins.
It's probably one of the best self-help tools out there, and I've tried them all!
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