Rabbi Moshe Miller from Kabbalah Decoded is creating Kabbalah lectures, videos, articles, guidance
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Rabbi Moshe Miller was born in South Africa and received his yeshivah (rabbinical seminary) education in Israel and America. He is a prolific author and translator, with more than twenty books to his name on a wide variety of topics, including an authoritative, annotated translation of the Zohar, and a translation of Rabbi Moshe Cordovero's classic Tomer Devorah with original commentary and annotation (Targum Press). He is working on a commentary on the Sefer Yetzirah, an ancient kabbalistic classic. He has also written numerous articles on Kabbalah and is the author of one of the most popular JLI courses ever, "The Kabbalah of Character." He taught in various yeshivas for many years and now lectures on various topics, but particularly those associated with Kabbalah and Kabbalistic psychology. He inspires, coaches and guides clients according to a proprietary Kabbalistic model he developed. He currently lives in Chicago for some reason he can’t quite fathom.
Rabbi Moshe Miller was born in South Africa and received his yeshivah (rabbinical seminary) education in Israel and America. He is a prolific author and translator, with more than twenty books to his name on a wide variety of topics, including an authoritative, annotated translation of the Zohar, and a translation of Rabbi Moshe Cordovero's classic Tomer Devorah with original commentary and annotation (Targum Press). He is working on a commentary on the Sefer Yetzirah, an ancient kabbalistic classic. He has also written numerous articles on Kabbalah and is the author of one of the most popular JLI courses ever, "The Kabbalah of Character." He taught in various yeshivas for many years and now lectures on various topics, but particularly those associated with Kabbalah and Kabbalistic psychology. He inspires, coaches and guides clients according to a proprietary Kabbalistic model he developed. He currently lives in Chicago for some reason he can’t quite fathom.

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