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Is there something that, without having physical mass or magnetism, communicates between or united people? Is there a system which, though imperceptible to our five senses, exists and unites us all, no matter how far apart people are physically, not limited by time or space, which we could call a “spiritual system?”
Everything that happens has an explanation and is for the good.
By Abraham Aizenman.
A Profound Read.
Spiritual DNA by Abraham Aizenman brilliantly lays out as one of the main tenants of his book that embracing the spiritual dimension has the potential to turn us into influential and instrumental beings. He advocates, once people are on the spiritual path, to become part of a larger community in which all do daily spiritual work to evolve toward a more desirable, conscious world where the vast majority, if not all, are committed to being in harmony with nature, our families, mankind, and future generations.
If you are a person who has been seeking for a hard to define but keenly felt longing for something beyond the materiality of life, Author Aizenman’s book has the immense likelihood of deeply touching you and supporting you to become more fully conscious about how to close the gap between the insatiable ego and the desire for grounded, soulful living. Aizenman endeavors to support the reader to open to, incorporate, and adopt new types of thought, analysis, and undertaking in the spiritual arena with the goal of becoming balanced between giving and receiving.
Spiritual DNA endorses practicing true spirituality which allows people to serve and connect with others underscoring it is this which makes us feel whole and satisfied. I really resonated to the author’s deeply held belief that spiritual DNA guides a person’s existence and that the spiritual dimension has the potential to turn us into influential beings, for we are made in the divine image with the multifold attributes of the Creator. Furthermore, the author suggests that we need a spiritual community for support, for within this grouping spiritual-based projects won’t feel like imprisonment, but allows each member involved to feel vitally alive, part of a glorious whole, in which we adjust to our daily lives existing in fulfillment and serenity. Aizenman’s book deeply affected me on several dimensions. Practically, I liked that he shares effectual ways to advance spirituality, gives ideas on how to multiply genuine spiritual expression in our lives, outlines how we can neutralize our ego, and, in doing so, uphold the sovereign purpose in life which is to call forth awareness and revelation of a higher world.
Spiritual DNA is encyclopedic in giving understandable explanations of the sefirot, soul development, spheres of the spiritual system, and the Kli. Author Aizenman strongly suggests to those inclined to interior transmutation to bring the divine out of exile and to close the prodigious gap between the Creator and the lion’s share of humanity and doing so living like spiritual artists.
In closing, the book reiterates that in order to follow the spiritual path, we need only aspire to do so and then to increase our access to and desire for it by surrounding ourselves with people of belief, passion for living spirituality, and good role models walking their talk - after that, the sacred part of our spiritual DNA does the rest. I found this book to be a profound read that I highly recommend to those wanting to humanize the world and live in soul harmony within themselves and all of life. By Barbara B. Bohan-Thompson
A lot of clarity in a generally difficult subject. The book explains and suggests actions.
Highly recommended for those who want to study Kabbalah and raise their spiritual level.
For more than 25 years, Abraham has explored esoteric themes, specifically in the area of Kabbalah.
Abraham began to ask himself if there was something that, without having physical mass or magnetism, communicated between or united people. If there was a system which, though imperceptible to our five senses, exists and unites us all, no matter how far apart people are physically, not limited by time or space, which we could call a “spiritual system.”
Abraham is sharing his knowledge for those on the path to spirituality, with a structured method to help us to recognize and to manage our spiritual system explaining in general terms the spiritual composition of a person, his spiritual DNA.
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