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Kabbalah Passover Haggadah

Kevin R. Minkoff

The Haggadah is an ancient text of the prayer service for the Jewish holiday of Passover. The Hebrew word Haggadah means "telling." Therefore, this ancient ritual is simply recounting the Exodus of the Hebrew slaves from Egypt.


As the mystical aspect of Judaism, Kabbalah is the perennial Judaic teaching about the Divine's attributes, the universe's nature, and destiny. Kabbalah is the path God revealed to devoted Jews to reach enlightenment. This Kabbalistic Haggadah includes both the traditional Passover service and Kabbalistic interpretation of each section of the Passover seder service. Overlaying the Kabbalistic view of manifestation and existence onto the Passover seder, it is possible to view the Kabbalah as a map, guiding each one of us through the journey of our emanation from the divine, our human birth, and resurrection back to the divine.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Kevin Robert Minkoff
  • Publish Date: Mar 31st, 2024
  • Pages: 202
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 8.50in - 0.43in - 0.82lb
  • EAN: 9798990470309
  • Categories: Judaism - Kabbalah & MysticismJudaism - Rituals & PracticeHolidays - Jewish

About the Author

Minkoff, Kevin R.: - Kevin Minkoff is a CPA by profession, a Cantorial Soloist by avocation, and a Kabbalist by passion. Kevin began his exploration of the Kabbalah with the teachings of Heather Mendel at Temple Beth Israel in Carmel VBalley, California, in the early 1990s. Kevin then completed the courses A Still Small Voice and The Enlightened Body, created and produced by Susan Schneider and reviewed by Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky in Jerusalem, Israel. Kevin continues his life-long study of the mysteries of the Kabbalah.