I’ve read a few times on this sub, and I’ve been told so elsewhere as well, that you really shouldn’t learn kabbalah without having a solid foundational understanding of the Tanakh, Talmud, etc., but I’m wondering what constitutes that foundation. Would I need to go to Yeshiva? Is just being raised Jewish enough? Obviously the answer will vary depending on the background of the person answering, but I’d still like to hear some of the different opinions that experienced kabbalah students have on the subject.
Can I learn kabbalah, or will I not get it?
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