Kabbalah: A Delicate Flower guides students around the pitfalls of stargazing, getting lost in the palace hallways, and studying the map without walking the streets.
Biblical Figures and the Tree of Life explores the ten energies (Sefirot) discussed in Kabbalah, their correspondence to ten biblical personalities, and how psychological wellbeing relates to the balance of five pairs of complementary Sefirot.
Fruit of the Tree: Mitzvot as States of Being explains several mitzvot [commandments] in a universally relevant manner by demonstrating how each involves a distinct usage of ones psycho-spiritual qualities.
PARDES: The Mystical Orchard explores the four levels of Torah interpretation known by the acronym PARDES: Peshat simple meaning; Remez allusions; Derush deriving lessons; and Sod the esoteric. After relating these to the rivers flowing from Eden, the scheme is applied in practice.
While elucidating the Kabbalah, the book is rich with practical insight.
Written in a style accessible to beginners it delves deep beyond the introductory.