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Divine Names

Divine Names

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Kabbalah teaches that to understand G‑d's unity, one must understand His Divine Names.
"Gates of Light-Sha'arei Orah", Introduction (Harper Collins)
Kabbalah reveals that the entire Torah is dependant upon G-d's Names.
G-d as manifest in the myriad hosts of creatures of the lower worlds…
The Jewish Nation wished to know the name used to redeem them.
The name Elokim is generally associated with the sefira of gevura
Torah cautions us against mentioning idolatrous names
The names of all creations are the letters in the Holy Tongue which descend through stages from G-d's Ten Utterances of Creation.
An intriguing opportunity to delve into one's personality and character traits
The relationship between the two Divine Names in 'Shema Yisrael'
G-d is manifest in the myriad hosts of creatures of the lower worlds.
Everything which a person does in a hidden manner is blessed
The Hebrew letters are a mystical treasure chest of consciousness.
Everything holy appropriate for Moses is fitting for the lowest of souls.
G-d communicates various aspects of Himself via different respective divine names.
The 3 verses of 24 letters each refer in sequence to the divine attributes of chesed, gevura, and tiferet.
The Arizal reveals secrets of the urim v'tumim worn by the High Priest.
The diversity within Creation in no way challenges divine unity.
Kabbalah says that via the Torah's commandments we connect to the essence of the Divine.
Studying the Torah and fulfilling its commandments enable us to contain the transcendent Divine consciousness.
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