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Revealing the Spiritual in Nature

And on your day of gladness, and on your festivals, and on your new moons...."1 Rosh Chodesh, the first day of the lunar month, is called literally...

Chaos and the Primordial

The highest, or most exalted, of the five worlds is called  Adam Kadmon. Adam means "in the likeness of" or "in the image of,"...

Levels of Soul Consciousness

The divine soul is an indivisible essence inseparably bound to G-d, as the verse states, "For part of G-d is His People"1 and as...

Powers of the Soul

From the ten sefirot the soul derives its corresponding ten soul-powers, all of which have names identical to the sefirot. The soul is expressed and...

Malchut & the Feminine, pt. 2

Click here to read Part 1 of 'Malchut & the Feminine'  Malchut as Speech & Communication Speech has also been used to depict...

Malchut & the Feminine, pt. 1

Malchut, portrayed by the hei of Havayah, represents the feminine sphere that is directed inward. In contrast, the six emotive sefirot, or the vav of...

Jewish Royalty

The Midrash states, "G-d had three 'finds'...one of them was David, as it says,1 'I found David, my servant.'"2  -...

Kabbalah: The Inside Story

Rabbi Shimon began: Woe are they whose hearts are stuffed and whose eyes are closed! So many secrets are hidden in the  Torah, and they pay no...

What’s the kabbalistic deal on the Menorah?

The Chanukah Menorah is identified with the Divine revelation which will be experienced during the era of the Moshiach. The eight lights represent eight...

What is “tzimtzum”?

According to the teachings of Kabbalah, before the creation of the universe, G-d’s infinite glory was omnipresent. This was somewhat problematic...