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Practical Kabbalah in the Community of Believers


There are several kinds of Practical Kabbalah that have been used or are being used by believers and non believers:

  • For establishing a close personal relationship with Elohim
  • For protecting others, or the community
  • For personal gain, to manipulate others or the physical reality


Relationship with Elohim

In a sense, all who try to be Torah observant are using Practical Kabbalah to establish a closer relationship to Elohim. We go to the appointed places at the appointed times and perform the scriptural rituals to the best of our ability and current knowledge. We do this because Elohim said so, and that is good enough for us. It proves that we love Him: "If you love Me, keep My commandments".

Fasting on Yom Kippur

During discussions of Yom Kippur, an argument was presented that nowhere does the Scripture indicate that fasting is a requirement of Yom Kippur. This struck me as an odd thing, even dangerous. I had not even heard such a thing before. I didn’t know that there was any debate over this issue among observant Jews. I knew that some Reformed Jews would casually work and not fast o­n Yom Kippur, but was not aware that there were other groups in the Jewish community that did not believe that fasting was a requirement of Yom Kippur.

Site Introduction

We are just starting to populate the site with information.  Please be patient as we work through this.  There is so much to share, and it is going to take a good deal of time to put it all together. 

We have got a basic outline in place for the Parashot from Bereishit.   This is going to contain alot more information.  If you have suggestions for information or some insight on certain sections, please leave a comment on that page.


As we study Torah there is one thing that stands clear.  Every member of Israel, the bride of the coming Messiah, studies the same text at the same time. 

We perform prayers that are essentially the same in thousands of communities around the globe.   In a sense, there is a continuous elevation of prayer for the community and our relationship to Elohim at all times.

Please use the book navigation menues on the right to access the various study materials we are assembling.