Kabbalah and Chassidut
and other Hebrew terms
found on this web-site
- 1. Da?at is the third and
last conscious power of intellect in Creation, counted as one of the ten
sefirot when keter,
the superconscious, is not counted.
- 2. the unifying force within the
- For further explanation see: The
- Dalet is the 4th of the Hebrew
- For further explanation see Alef-Beit
- Also see: The
Mystical Significance of the Hebrew Letters (including an image and
audio pronunciation of each letter).
- Deveikut is a state of
union wherein two parties lose awareness of themselves as separate
entities and experience themselves as one undifferentiated essence. Deveikut
may occur both between the soul and G-d, as it is written, "and
you who cling unto G-d your G-d?" (Deuteronomy 4:4) and
between husband and wife, as it is written, "?and cling unto his
wife" (Genesis 2:24).
- Din ("judgement"):
- 1. a synonym for gevurah.
2. (pl. dinim, "judgements") a manifestation of this
3. a synonym for kal vechomer.
- plural of din (second
- The highest of the three
dimensions in which everything exists, as taught by the Ba'al
Shem Tov. Also see Souls and Worlds.
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