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A bestselling author whose books include The Power of Kabbalah and 72 Names of God, Yehuda is a true spiritual activist. The Best Books of A very intersesting story of how the devil does his work with ego Through this playful yet serious faux-bio, readers learn that Satan resides within everyone, manifesting himself as that nagging little voice of doubt and uncertainty, and that that’s how havoc is wreaked throughout the world.

Satan : Una Autobiografia

In Newsweek named Yehuda one of the top 5 rabbi’s in the US. Soy el adversario, y esta es mi historia. Yehuda writes the book as if Satan is talking to us. I hope that the matter gets resolved soon. Recognise it as a test i. Sep 11, Marc rated it it was amazing.

Satan is trying to give us pointers, because he’s been winning and he can see that we need help Yehuda writes the book yehud a way that is informative, enlightening, funny, and it is absolutely brilliant. I found the simplistic account of the birth of creation somewhat difficult to accept Berg would suggest that this is a manifestation of my doubt – my ego – my Satan and too much of an easy read.


Jul 13, Dan S. Her thoughts on heaven, the universe and garden of eden are all good ideas, but I found myself just moving past them without much afterthought. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings beerg our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.

Published March 31st by Kabbalah Publishing first published February 1st Satan tell us that our ego and astan reactionary nature is what is keeping us in pain, doubt, suffering, and plain downright unhappy. Read it, think about it and use the knowledge how you choose. Instead an internal force that separates us from God and all the happiness that is available for all of us.

Everything that happens to you is contributing to you being a better you. Turn your pain into a learning experience, turn it into abundance and happiness. Hubieron cosas bien interesantes que nos muestra el libro Lewis’ Screwtape Letters in style and presentation, but lacks a single shred of authenticity or credibility.

Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Jan 22, Magda Marcella rated it it was amazing. It’s ecumenical, kabbalistic, unBiblical rubbish, that turns out in the end to be an attempt to raise more money for the Kabbalah Center. Want to Read saving….


Whatever religion you subscribe, this book was written just for you! Safan decision and choice we have made knowingly or unknowingly has been the result of our selflish, self-serving ego.

Jul 05, Michele Harrod rated it it was amazing. Although author Berg takes creative license with the narrative, he presents a truthful representation of Kabbalah’s view on the force of evil in the physical universe. Jan 01, Adriana Lema rated it really liked it.

Satan: An Autobiography by Yehuda Berg

Hay que leer este libro con la mente abierta y escoger lo mejor que brinda y esto es el EGO. It was probably a poor choice of mine as a first book about the Kabbalah. If we can become aware of this and work on eradicating our doubts and cynicism all will be better.

Do yourself a favor, read this book. Looking for beautiful books? Apr 26, Jessica rated it liked it.

Satan: An Autobiography

No great insight here. I really enjoyed reading this book. Berg’s idea that we feed Satan by having negative thoughts reminds me of the Cherokee story about the two wolves that continuously fight inside our heads.