Fundamentals of Reincarnation


Ultimate Self-Knowledge | Pinchas Winston

Course description

Reincarnation, the idea of souls returning in different lifetimes, is an extremely mystical and fascinating topic. Why is reincarnation necessary? How does it work? Does a person remember who he or she was in previous lifetimes? How does reincarnation affect one's current life? What about soul mates?

These are just some of the many questions people ask regarding the topic, and which will be answered in this highly informative and illuminating course, based upon the authoritative work of the famous Kabbalist, Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, "Sha'ar HaGilgulim," or the "Gate of Reincarnations." This course is an extensive overview of fundamentals and key points concerning reincarnation from a traditional Jewish perspective, and how it affects life and history.

The course will also explains mystical concepts such as the "Sefiros," the basis of all of spiritual and physical existence, and the five levels of each individual soul. It will also make clear how education plays a key role in personal development and self-fulfillment, and specifically certain kinds of learning. As an entertaining bonus, this course will also detail some of the more famous reincarnations from past history.

As a gift for completing the course, along with your completion certificate, I will send you a digital copy of my book Reincarnation Clarified: Fundamentals of Reincarnation and Personal Rectification.

Plus, select the reincarnation bundle below and you will save 45% off 3 of my courses.

Pinchas Winston
Pinchas Winston
Rabbi, International Writer and Lecturer

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Pinchas Winston moved to Israel in 1993. With a background in graphic design, he was originally on track to become an architect. Taking a break from university in 1981, he traveled to a yeshivah in Jerusalem in pursuit of a deeper and more philosophical understanding of life and history, one of his favorite topics. He never looked back, and after years of studying, he received rabbinic ordination in 1988, after which he began to teach, write, and lecture internationally.

Rabbi Winston is the author of over 55 books on various topics of Jewish philosophy. This includes an English translation of the classic work, "Sha'ar HaGilgulim," or "Gate of Reincarnations," by the famed Kabbalist, Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, or the "Arizal." Most of the titles can be found in different formats in his online bookstore at his site www.thirtysix.org.

Pinchas Winston, since 1993, has been the author of "Perceptions," an insightful essay on the weekly Torah reading (torah.org). He has also published countless other essays on various different topics of interest, including unique Torah perspectives on current events. He is well known for presenting mystical and often complicated Torah ideas in a lucid and accessible manner, even for the student of little Torah background.

pinchasw@thirtysix.org

Course Curriculum

Introduction to Fundamentals of Reincarnation
13:30
Session 7: Leaving the Realm of Impurity
Session 10: Other Famous Reincarnations
Session 12: Reincarnation and Resurrection

Reviews (3)

A Necessity ...

by donald lively
B”H This is one of those courses, the knowledge of which Rav Pinchas Wilson masterfully presents, one will find to be a necessity beyond its title and surface matter. Initially I thought the material would simply be a sequential repetition of Rabbi Isaac Luria’s Shaar HaGilgullim, translated into English by our wise and knowing teacher. Yet he progresses from the very beginning, not assuming the level of the student’s learning, unraveling new leaves of insight, revealing the glimmering light the subject conceals without appropriate guidance. Surprisingly, I found myself re-orienting my daily examinations of whom I am. For example, • Who am I today and how could I have done better? • How far have I developed - or not - in my efforts to be as complete a person as G_d wants me to be? These type questions I find my self asking as Rav Pinchas walks with me through the light-forest which is the Arizal’s beautiful text. It is not a course feeding only the intellect. My soul was nourished as well. I will be visiting my notes and the original material over again, as one must do with all Torah-based knowledge. Already, the couple times I re-engaged the material, something fully new presents its light to me; a regularity with Torah-based knowledge, particularly Sod. To whom is this course relevant? To the person who desires to know the Torah-based views on reincarnation. And to anyone who wants to know what grounding knowledge must one have to rectify themself for the purpose of returning the pure soul to G_d we all are thankful for the very moment we realize a new day has been gifted us each morning. Thank you Rav Pinchas for your wonderful, calm yet certain and brilliant presentation and for offering this to the world at this time. don lively

by puah morrill
Fundamentals of Reincarnation is a great course!! Rabbi Pinchas Winston is a phenomenal teacher! His videos and texts for this course are full of very interesting and informative material. Rabbi Winston gives over the complexities of Reincarnation with ease and makes it understandable for even the novice. His knowledge is vast in so many areas which he weaves into his amazing teachings. I highly recommend this course for the scholar as well as the beginner. It was a true blessing.

Really informative course

by Rob Jordan
This course is packed with information that gave me a very deep understanding of reincarnation from a Jewish perspective. Many of the concepts I never knew originated in Jewish thought.

A Necessity ...

by donald lively
B”H This is one of those courses, the knowledge of which Rav Pinchas Wilson masterfully presents, one will find to be a necessity beyond its title and surface matter. Initially I thought the material would simply be a sequential repetition of Rabbi Isaac Luria’s Shaar HaGilgullim, translated into English by our wise and knowing teacher. Yet he progresses from the very beginning, not assuming the level of the student’s learning, unraveling new leaves of insight, revealing the glimmering light the subject conceals without appropriate guidance. Surprisingly, I found myself re-orienting my daily examinations of whom I am. For example, • Who am I today and how could I have done better? • How far have I developed - or not - in my efforts to be as complete a person as G_d wants me to be? These type questions I find my self asking as Rav Pinchas walks with me through the light-forest which is the Arizal’s beautiful text. It is not a course feeding only the intellect. My soul was nourished as well. I will be visiting my notes and the original material over again, as one must do with all Torah-based knowledge. Already, the couple times I re-engaged the material, something fully new presents its light to me; a regularity with Torah-based knowledge, particularly Sod. To whom is this course relevant? To the person who desires to know the Torah-based views on reincarnation. And to anyone who wants to know what grounding knowledge must one have to rectify themself for the purpose of returning the pure soul to G_d we all are thankful for the very moment we realize a new day has been gifted us each morning. Thank you Rav Pinchas for your wonderful, calm yet certain and brilliant presentation and for offering this to the world at this time. don lively

by puah morrill
Fundamentals of Reincarnation is a great course!! Rabbi Pinchas Winston is a phenomenal teacher! His videos and texts for this course are full of very interesting and informative material. Rabbi Winston gives over the complexities of Reincarnation with ease and makes it understandable for even the novice. His knowledge is vast in so many areas which he weaves into his amazing teachings. I highly recommend this course for the scholar as well as the beginner. It was a true blessing.

Really informative course

by Rob Jordan
This course is packed with information that gave me a very deep understanding of reincarnation from a Jewish perspective. Many of the concepts I never knew originated in Jewish thought.