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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-01-05

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abbi -Abner Weiss believes
that contemporary interest in
Kabbalah is related to the
zeitgeist, or spirit of the age. He cites
the teaching of Rabbi Elijah, the Vilna
Gaon, that the growth of scientific
knowledge would be matched by a
yearning for mystical enlightenment.
For A General Audience
In his insightful new book,
A student of Kabbalah since 1965,
Connecting to God: Ancient Kabbalah
Rabbi Weiss is a family therapist with
and Modern Psychology (Bell Tower;
dual doctorates in psychology and
$24), Rabbi Weiss notes that the
Zohar, the central text of Jewish mysti- Jewish thought. He has been a profes-
sor in his native South Africa, in
cism, taught that the public revelation
London and at Yeshiva University in
of the secret Torah would be condi-
tional upon the exponential growth of New York and has also led large con-
all scientific knowledge.
In this age of space
exploration, cell phones,
tiny computers and
knowledge of the human
genome — when there
has been more scientific
progress in this last cen-
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Rabbi Weiss believes the
time has come for bring-
ing the Kabbalah into the
mainstream.
"It's a convergence of
the zeitgeist and the
unfulfilled promised of
fulfillment offered by psy-
chology and organized
religion:' he says in a tele-
phone interview from his
Los Angeles office."We
are hard-wired for spiritu-
al experiences?'
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"For a while, Jews were
seduced by Eastern reli-
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wheels are turning. Non-Jews together
with Jews are being fascinated by what
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Rabbi Weiss explains that the intel-
lectual aspects of Kabbalah distin-
guish it from other mystical quests. He
chooses not to talk about the popular-
ized form of Kabbalah that many
celebrities have taken up.

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