In Volume 1 of Rav Berg’s anthology of commentary on the Bible you will find kabbalistic explanations of the portions of Beresheet, Noah, and Lech Lecha. A sage far ahead of his time, the Rav drew on a broad scope of reference to elucidate the spiritual technology that is the Bible.
In Volume 2 you will gain insight into the many layers of wisdom contained the most significant and well-known tales recounted in the Torah portions of Vayera, Chayei Sarah, and Toldot. With sagacity and good humor, Rav Berg continually reminds us that there is nothing to be gained from a literal reading of such stories by unraveling their real meaning into eternally relevant spiritual teachings and, more importantly, a spiritual technology to bring about transformation and, ultimately, closeness to the Creator.
With characteristic wisdom and humor, the Rav decodes the Bible’s grand saga to uncover a truly holy, timeless, unchanging communication from one generation to the next. In this 3rd volume we find discussions on the portions of Vayetze, Vayishlach, and Vayeshev.
Path to the Light Beresheet, Volume 4 is filled with the light and love that lies at the heart of the Rav’s relationship with the wisdom of Kabbalah. In his commentaries on the Torah, dealing with the portions of Miketz, Vayishlach, and Vayechi, the Rav expounds on the idea that shichecha is an energy-intelligence that creates a condition of forgetfulness; not as a result of the absence of memory but rather because a force of darkness called ketz, which means “end,” causes the memory bank to become covered, creating the illusion that it is seemingly blank. Using everyday examples, from the media or common experiences, Rav Berg unravels the Bible’s coded messages with simplicity and humor, revealing to the reader practical ways in which kabbalistic principles can be applied to increase the measure of happiness, joy, and peace in life and throughout the world
It is not necessary for the reader to review the Path to the Light volumes in any specific order, for they serve solely to radically improve our lives, and this objective is achieved and found in abundance wherever we dip into the text.