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  1. 4 giorni fa · The names of the ten Sefirot are: Chochmah - wisdom, Binah - understanding, Daat - knowledge, Chessed - kindness, Gevurah - strength, Tiferet - beauty, Netzach - victory, Hod - splendor, Yesod - foundation, and Malchut - kingship.

  2. 4 giorni fa · Each one of the 49 days of the Omer is new opportunity to rectify or approach the resolve of a paradox – a question, culminating all 49 days of the Omer with the 50 th day (which paradoxically is not counted), also referred to as the 50 th gate of Binah-Understanding.

  3. 15 mag 2024 · By Moshe Miller. The word bina is related to the word livnot, meaning "to build", for this is the essential quality of bina. The abstract, non-dimensional, incomprehensible point that represents chochma is expanded and built into a three-dimensional structure, sometimes c ...

  4. 2 giorni fa · Morning Meditation 5-25-2024. Recently I have begun my meditations by thinking about the Divine World of Ein Sof, Keter, Chokmah and Binah. Then, as Semion Vinokur writes in The Secrets of the Eternal Book, in meditation we wait for the wisdom and understanding from the Divine World to flow into us. Sometimes I wait and nothing seems to flow ...

  5. 4 giorni fa · Chapter 45. פרק מה. In the previous chapters, the Alter Rebbe explained how a Jew can perform Torah and mitzvot “with his heart”—with a love and fear of G‑d. When a Jew is motivated by love and by a desire to cleave to the Almighty, his Torah and mitzvot will then surely be lishmah, i.e., with the most purely focused intentions.

  6. 21 mag 2024 · These Sefirot correspond to the qualities of HaShem. They consist of (in descending order) Keter (the crown), Chochmah (wisdom), Binah (intuition, understanding), Chesed (mercy) or Gedulah (greatness), Gevurah (strength), Tiferet (glory), Netzach (victory), Hod (majesty), Yesod (foundation) and Malkut (sovereignty).

  7. 5 giorni fa · The Acephalic Man, by contrast, is made of innocence and crime. He holds a knife made of steel in his left hand, and flames like the sacred heart in his right hand. To the untrained observer of the occult this would almost recall the left side of the Tree of Life being Binah, severity, and the right side being Chokmah, mercy.