This chapter argues that the sociopolitical review of the proliferation of contemporary mysticism in the previous chapter does not detract from the reasonable assumption that mystical practice and experience may effect a transformation in many individuals. Instead, this transformation in turn may lead to a deeper examination of the profundity and mystery of the human experience. The chapter then aims to help those who wish to conduct similar research on the development of Kabbalah in the twentieth century in other contexts.
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