یہودی سلاسلِ تصوف کی تحریرات اور اعمال کا علمی و تحقیقی جائزہ
A scholastic analysis of the Mystical literature and practices of Jewish Mystic Orders
Keywords:Mysticism, Jewish Mystic, Kabbala and Hasidim, Islam, Christianity.
The concept of "Mysticism" exists in almost all religions of the world, particularly in Islam and in Christianity and is based on their religious Scripts. Similarly, the concept of Mysticism in Judaism emerged from "Torah" and "The Book of Ezekiel". The most famous Mystical Orders in Judaism are known as "Kabbala" and "Hasidim". Rich mystical literature exists regarding these Orders of Jewish Mysticism. ''Sefer-ha-Zohar", "Sefer Yetzira" and "Sefer Hasidim" are the most significant books among the Jewish Mystical literature. Diverse Mystical practices are undertaken in Jewish Mysticism.These Mystical practices are considered as compulsory for entering into these Mystical Orders. The Jewish Mystical Orders (Kabbala and Hasidim), their mystical literature and practices are explored and analized in this Article.
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