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- adj. Of or relating to the Kabbalah.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of cabalistic.
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- adj. having a secret or hidden meaning
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Water blessed by a "kabbalistic" rabbi, dubious modalities of energy healing, UFOs -- it's not that all of these are necessarily false, but the way that many spiritual people relate to them is all too credulous.
Or at least make them explain what kind of kabbalistic numerology makes "then they were seeing stars" come out to 47.
This is a kabbalistic truth that saves a lot of worrying.
Despite hundreds, if not thousands, of kabbalistic texts addressing hell, including the short tractates of Gehinnom and Hibut Ha'Kever (the pangs of the grave), many people (including many believers, too) erroneously are of the view that Jews don't believe in hell.
I like most to dance at kabbalistic weddings because women only dance with the bride, and I love dancing with women.
He helped me to remove layers and barriers that kept my mind in parts, at the same time that I was learning deep kabbalistic meditations.
Time and space have always been, and continue to be, an important aspect of kabbalistic study.
There's a kabbalistic story that speaks to this point, "The Wise Man and the Ten Thieves."
He has built up a kind of alternate history from book to book that includes all manner of occult and kabbalistic conspiracy theories.
"Seventy-Two Letters" by Ted Chiang – a Victorian story that explores the scientific applications of kabbalistic magic.