It's not the book and it's certainly not history. Offences against hair dressing keep occurring, which spoil the otherwise attractive look of the actors and settings. Confusing and anachronistic by around 1.5 millennia with its 20th century wiccan ideology. Better films by far are the first version of The Wicker Man (if celtic goddess worship is for you) and the Boorman "Excalibur" (if you like Arthur and Merlin really done well). If you love Julianna Margulies try viewing TV's The Good Wife.
The production values are high and Kabbalah is a subject which really needs that as it uses imagery, colour and patterns a great deal to connect us with our higher selves in a more conscious, balanced and informed way. I like the organisation into themes which you can explore when you need them as they come to the fore in life. Based upon the Toledano School of Kabbalah which is modern and practical, ideal for those of us with English rather than Hebrew as a first language, this is accessible and illuminating. Here is practical mysticism for doing as well as thinking. It is slimmer than her Total Kabbalah and you might want that title next, if you like this one. Thoroughly recommended.
Maggy has outdone the best introductions to doing Kabbalah that existed less than half a century ago. It is such a joy. The book is beautiful on every level which is a tribute not only to her but also the designers and publishers. If you want to understand "what's the fuss about Kabbalah?" it will tell you and there are scores of applications for your life. Maggy is not only scholarly but walks the talk herself and it shows. Her perspective is that of an independent Christian Minister who has studied the Toledano tradition of Warren Kenton (who has pioneered modern awareness of applications of the Extended Tree or Jacob's Ladder), so it is quite literally a product of the Judeo-Christian… Read more