The Tree of Life is often described as the DNA of human experience and comes from the centuries-old tradition known as the Kabbalah. Because the original teachers of the Kabbalah wished to keep their mystical secrets from becoming known to non-adepts they disguised them using impenetrable language and obscure metaphors. Until now…
Once exclusively reserved for study by ultra-religious male scholars of Judaism, Kabbalah has recently become known as a multi-million dollar, celebrity-endorsed phenomenon. SECRETS OF KABBALAH strips away the hype and demystifies the writings that have been studied by Jewish scholars for thousands of years. Is the Kabbalah of the stars the same Kabbalah that Jewish scholars have studied for generations? Even as more and more people are seen wearing the red string bracelets associated with Kabbalah, the original teachings behind this seemingly new fad are in fact understood by precious few.
In Kabbalah Yoga, the benefits of yoga’s proven techniques, combined with the basic tenets of the Kabbalah, which are mentioned and incorporated into the poses, are designed to help the user become a better version of oneself, inside and out. The Ambitious Beginners DVD includes a modified version of the program for those who have no Yoga experience and want to begin with the basics. Ambitious Beginners provides you with a basic yoga routine that incorporates the fundamentals of The Kabbalah, the ancient Judaic wisdom. ~ Kabbalah asks why, Yoga shows you how.
Mystic Merlin were originally known as Mystic. Merlin’s Magic Band and used to incorporate magic tricks into their live shows, they later dropped this gimmick and were taken seriously on the Soul and Dance Scene. Main vocals in Mystic Merlin were occasionally provided by Freddie Jackson who went onto have a hugely successful solo career with ten R&B #1 singles as well as seven R&B top ten hits. MYSTIC MERLIN was the band’s first album released in 1980 on Capitol Records. It was produced by Charles Kipp following his work with David Ruffin, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Melba Moore, Aretha Franklin and Johnny Nash.