The Kabbalah Sutras: 49 Steps to Enlightenment
The Kabbalah has never been taught through the body – until now. We are hungry for a deeper meaning in life, thirsty for Higher wisdom and ready to step into our fullest potential. But how? Our lives can feel fragmented, not-quite-what-we’d-hoped-for and many of us are carrying a deeper sense of frustration. In The Kabbalah Sutras, Marcus J Freed presents a system which infuses ancient Kabbalistic wisdom with modern physical meditation in a way that you can apply directly to your everyday life – at home, play and at work. Using the ancient wisdom we can dissolve obstacles and create the life we love. This book contains 49 practical lessons that can be applied through meditation, yoga, physical gym workouts and throughout the entire day.
This powerful guide will show you how to get find deep peace within, deeply connect with your soul’s mission & why you are here, spread more Light & Love, and stay spiritually connected whatever you are doing. Feel Great & Live Big!
– Learn experience Divine Energy through Yoga & Meditation
– Learn to Tune in with your Soul’s Mission
– Learn a Simple System to spread Love & Light
– Learn to Apply Kabbalistic Wisdom at Work & in your Career or Business
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The Kosher Sutras: The Jewish Way in Yoga & Meditation
The Kosher Sutras is a Yogic-meditative-Kabbalistic guide to help calm your mind, strengthen your body and invigorate your soul. Marcus J Freed’s eloquent and amusing writing makes it accessible to both beginners and experts. Also described as ‘the yoga book for people who don’t like yoga’, Freed takes ancient ideas and teaches ways to apply them to positively transform every aspect of your life – relationships, business, spirituality and more.
Master yogi Max Strom, author of A Life Worth Breathing, described The Kosher Sutras as “An inspirational and insightful offering to help navigate our spiritual journey with integrity.” Felicia Tomasko, editor of LA Yoga Magazine, wrote: “Freed’s eloquently written and well-released practice manual unites the Western Jewish ritual, textual, and historical traditions with the philosophy and practice of Hatha Yoga. No matter your religious tradition or background, this work will deepen your practice.”