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Hebrew Alphabet Stamp Kit Op with Other and Rubber Stamp and Ink Pad [Misc. Supplies]

Edward Ph.D Hoffman
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Book Description

April 1 2000
These sacred Hebrew letters are an impressive way to express qualities rich in spiritual significance such as insight, kindness, or growth. The kit contains 25 rubber stamps (22 letters of the alphabet and three Hebrew symbols), along with a companion booklet that illuminates the mystical heritage of the Hebrew alphabet and provides meditative exercises.

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"As with his previous volumes, Dr. Edward Hoffman once again shows that he is a master teacher and a brilliant translator of traditional texts and ideas into modern forms. Dr. Hoffman obviously has a deep grasp of his subject and a unique gift in his unfailing ability to speak affectively to his readers." -- Arthur Kurzweil, VP of Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers

About the Author

Edward Hoffman is the author of The Hebrew Alphabet. He is a licensed clinical psychologist in New York City and the author of eleven books in the fields of Jewish mysticism, spirituality, and psychology

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for many things Jan. 7 2003
By Jexii
I've used these stamps to help document my trip to Israel. I created a scrapbook with all the pictures and other paper souveniers and this stamp kit was the perfect way to add hebrew text to my pages.
The stamps are a nice quality and the box stores and saves them perfectly.
Also, during this time I was in the process of learning hebrew, these stamps were a great tool to help me memorize the letters and learn their meaning.
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5.0 out of 5 stars wonderful meditation tool Nov. 2 2001
This kit is so wonderful in so many ways.
Comes with a really nice booklet with ideas on how to use the kit for meditation. But the stamps can be used to create stationary, arts and crafts, and greeting cards as well.
very high quality, great packaging, a wonderful tool for Sunday school teachers, Kabbalah students, or just for someone who wants to learn the Hebrew letters.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Can I buy a final mem or nun? Aug. 8 2006
By Barbara L. Forbes-lyons - Published on Amazon.com
Nice set, except it is missing five 'final' letters - including the final mem. Makes it impossible to stamp the word "shalom". Of course, the box is sealed and it's not until you open it that you realize what is missing..and by then the money is spent.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars wonderful meditation tool Nov. 2 2001
By Elise Moss - Published on Amazon.com
This kit is so wonderful in so many ways.
Comes with a really nice booklet with ideas on how to use the kit for meditation. But the stamps can be used to create stationary, arts and crafts, and greeting cards as well.
very high quality, great packaging, a wonderful tool for Sunday school teachers, Kabbalah students, or just for someone who wants to learn the Hebrew letters.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for many things Jan. 7 2003
By Jexii - Published on Amazon.com
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I've used these stamps to help document my trip to Israel. I created a scrapbook with all the pictures and other paper souveniers and this stamp kit was the perfect way to add hebrew text to my pages.
The stamps are a nice quality and the box stores and saves them perfectly.
Also, during this time I was in the process of learning hebrew, these stamps were a great tool to help me memorize the letters and learn their meaning.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Seriously? Where are the final letters? Nov. 4 2013
By N. Altenburger - Published on Amazon.com
One can't print important words, such as shalom, am, amen, Baruch, yerushalayim, since no final letters are to be found in this set.
5.0 out of 5 stars stamps Jan. 8 2014
By ellen manson - Published on Amazon.com
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these stamps were given to my granddaughter for chanukah and she loves them. can use them all year 'round. nice set.
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