The Four Keys of Kabbalah

(8 customer reviews)


Why am I here?

How can I find meaning in my daily life?

Why does my life present so many challenges?

How can I reduce stress, anger and depression?

How can I learn to appreciate what I have?

The Kabbalah teaches that a boundless force is hidden within the cosmos waiting to be unleashed. The motherlode of this energy is contained within your very own soul. Each day you are given a new opportunity to harness this power and transform yourself and your environment. There are no accidents: only Divine potential waiting to be realized.

The Four Keys of Kabbalah shares the depth of Jewish Mystical wisdom in an easy to understand and approachable format, with exercises and meditations. These keys will help you transform the difficulties that you encounter in life into stairs to reach your most profound self.

The Four Keys will plumb the depth of Jewish practice and reveal how they apply in a direct and meaningful way to our daily life.

Unlock Your Universe Today.

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Weight .9 lbs



8 reviews for The Four Keys of Kabbalah

  1. 5 out of 5

    Scott H Blumenthal

    Scott B

    What a wonderfully written book! A hearty thank you, Rabbi Rice, for doing all the heavy research, reading and studying that enabled you to bring this gift to us in a way that is easy to understand and grasp. You have taken me on an amazing spiritual (and emotional) journey within myself and I have come to believe that the whole world (and the heavens too) are waiting for me to light my (inner) Shabbat candle!

  2. 5 out of 5


    I really appreciate Rabbi Rice’s ability to expand on complicated Kabbalistic concepts in a way that simple people like myself can comprehend each point and stay mesmerised from the beginning till the end. I recommend this book for readers of all spiritual levels!


    I’ve never studied or planned to study Kabbalah. I caught sight of the contents of Rev. Rice’s new book “The Four Keys of Kabbalah” accidentally and was attracted by the title of its Chapter One “Code and Cosmology”, as the latter was a subject of my education, studies, and inspiration.

    I enjoyed unexpectedly finding that Kabbalah with its Divine sparks introduced as “the most elemental information of existence” supports information-theoretic views on elementary physical sub-micro structures, and after this sparkling beginning builds its understanding of life in all its complexity using the biblical texts as life’s programme code.

    I’d dare to recommend The “Four Keys” as an introduction for dummies, of whom I am chief, into a vast realm of Kabbalah.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bill Haber

    If you would like to learn the basics of Jewish spiritualism and how to observe Jewish practice this is the book. In that respect it’s similar to many other books on these subjects. However, what makes this book different are the four keys. This is a unique perspective and can be used by anyone. I think it’s a good read from start to finish and your knowledge base on Jewish practice and everyday living will increase significantly.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Stewart R. Reubens

    This book is very easy to follow and very well written. A book that actually is a spiritual guide. I thoroughly enjoyed reading on it and am applying what I am learning in my everyday life.
    I highly recommend it!

  6. 5 out of 5

    B. R.

    This book is a must for anyone wanting to understand what Judaism is REALLY all about. Rabbi Rice explains the concepts in a very easy to understand manner, and I just couldn’t put the book down. Highly recommend.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Simcha Krause

    This book will help those of us without long, white beards to learn Kabbalah slowly, easily and thoroughly at our own pace. I loved it.

  8. 5 out of 5


    Rabbi Rice’s book brings everyday experience into understanding the basics of Kabbalah. I have found most learned books about Kabbalah to be extremely esoteric and difficult to comprehend. Not so The Four Keys. The Four Keys of Kabbalah is the first for book me to shed light of what Kabbalah is, how the struggle for understanding is part of the journey and what the purpose of Judaism really is. Highly recommended.

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