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I know that there is meditation and practices for a soul to transcend the body. I have found these meditations across many religions, however, I am wondering if Judaism has a specific meditation for soul travel?

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There is indeed a Jewish tradition of meditation. An authentic perspective has been codified by R Aryeh Kaplan in

See R Kaplan himself in a rare video clip here.

See also more here and here from Chabad.

  • I see nothing in this answer about soul tourism. – msh210 Mar 13 '16 at 2:12
  • @msh210 soul travel is not really defined - I took it as a shortcut for the first part of the question, i.e., "for a soul to transcend the body." Jewish meditation describes certain practices to achieve this – mbloch Mar 13 '16 at 4:04

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