The Point Within In terms of the space-model, this mitzvah is the point of self-consciousness situated in the middle of the six-sided cube of Divine-consciousness outlined above.
Prayer — The Seventh Commandment We have now constructed a meditative space in which one is to experience himself moving at all times, i.e., a
Sunset As "front" and "back" correspond to east and west, they symbolize sunrise and sunset in the consciousness of the soul. As one's "sun"–one's clarity
Loyalty At the back is the commandment: And you shall not stray after your heart and after your eyes…. This is the mitzvah of guarding one's mind
Three Levels of Fear Just as the flame of love possesses three levels of ascent to God–"with all your heart, and with all your soul,
Fear To the left is the commandment: And now, O Israel, what does God your Godask of you, but to fear…. This is the commandment to fear God (yir'ah),
Three Ascending Levels of Love In particular, our verse speaks of the three levels of ascending love for God: "with all your heart, and with
Love To the right is the commandment: "And you shall love God your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might."
Israel: The Experience of Divine Mercy According to the sages, the ineffable four-letter Name of God, Havayah (which we here translate as "God," –italicized), signifies God's attribute
Relying on No Other Beside Him This mitzvah is placed below, for a rectified "below" means that only God is beneath me, only He supports me, and