Keter: To believe in God is not just to believe that He exists but to create a covenant with Him, to work together with Him to rectify His creation.
Will is the most powerful force of the soul. Ask the Almighty to help you manifest your power of will and direct it exclusively for good.
Chochmah, Binah, Da’at: The inner experiences of the soul’s intellectual faculties – wisdom, understanding, and knowledge – are selflessness, joy, and unification.
Chesed: Love is the all-encompassing emotion of the soul. It is the right arm of the groom in the Song of Songs that embraces his bride.
Gevurah: The Ba’al Shem Tov said: Fear nothing but God! To fear God means to stand in awe of the Infinite One who dwells in the finite.
Tiferet: The greatest compassion (rachmonus in Hebrew) is on one that does not deserve compassion, that is unable to appreciate compassion.
Netzach, Hod: In Kabbalah, the two legs are two types of trust, active trust and passive trust. One can only walk when both legs function together.
Yesod: As an emotion, “truth” means potency, fulfillment, and self-realization. “Distance yourself from falsehood.” Falsehood is sterility.
Malchut: We pray to God to reveal His kingdom on earth. A true king is lowly, he rules only by the will of his people. God is waiting for us to coronate Him.