David A. Cooper (1939–2020) was a rabbi, author, and spiritual leader. He was widely known for his book God Is a Verb, which was a pillar in the foundation of Jewish Mysticism. He taught meditation and meditative practices, often incorporating Buddhism, which landed him the nickname “the Buddhist Rabbi.”
Here is an insider's look at a spectrum of mystical traditions―by someone who is remarkably fluent in the language of each. Three Gates to Meditation Practice chronicles more than fifteen years in the spiritual journey of "post-denominational" Rabbi David A.