After the success of his spiritual memoir, The Egotist, Jesse Bogner used his tools of perception to write articles about the climate of the world. This compilation is more than merely the sum of its parts. It’s a journey through the mind of someone’s spiritual transformation commenting on the corporeal plane of existence. From Trump, to anti-Semitism, to Israel, Bogner uses the issues of his time to express the hidden nature of reality.
In Bogner’s words: I began writing articles about politics and the spiritual roots of a world in crisis. A world of contradictions that reveals the flawed development of man using rational systems. These rational systems that cannot cope with an irrational world and the seemingly irrational nature of the creatures that inhabit it. It began as supplemental work to the novel I was working on, before becoming an obsession, a calling from above.
The more I explored political tropes, the more my perception changed. The earth is crying out for its correction and Kabbalah is its remedy. Kabbalah is the method to reveal “the world to come” in one’s lifetime. A tool that connects the corporeal world to the spiritual plane that contains a memory of and all the force of all the great spiritual titans of Israel.
An enlightening, controversial and thought-provoking read.
By Piaras on March 14, 2018 (Emerald Book Reviews)
If, like me, you enjoy reading books that explore current social issues within the context of human emotion and relationships, you must read Tikkunim: (Corrections) by Jesse Bogner. The author weaves an intelligent narrative using his observation and perception skills to write articles about the climate of the world.
I’m sure the author intends his viewpoint to be a part of his unleashing of consciousness and a responsible topic to discuss. The statement he is making in the book is about how humans are destroying the earth and each other and we are destined to annihilation if we don’t change our conscious behaviors. This is an honest, brave and bold exploration on the current state of world affairs. It’s needed. And the author should be commended for it regardless of whether we agree with him or not. This is why freedom of speech is so important.
Things are almost never the way that they seem at first glance, and this book emphasizes that on many points. Bogner succeeds in his mission to keep readers on the treacherous edge of making their own minds up. However, as enlightening as it is controversial, this provocative read will no doubt prove to be contentious for some. And, this would be one of the main reasons why I would highly recommend it!
Although the book’s content may limit its audience, this is a book for liberal and conservative alike. It is a call for positive participation and a dedication to create a better future for our children and for those generations still to come.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jesse Bogner is an author and journalist. His memoir and social critique, The Egotist, has been translated into four languages. In 2013, he moved from New York City, where he was born and raised, abandoning a decadent lifestyle, to study Kabbalah in Israel. His work has been featured in The Daily Caller, The Huffington Post, The Jerusalem Post and The Times of Israel. He has been featured in misleading articles from media outlets including CNN, Wired Magazine and others. His book of articles, TIKKUNIM (Corrections), is set to release in February 2018. He is currently writing a novel.
Author website: The Egotist