Jewish Meditation

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Idolatry Below is the commandment: You shall have no other gods before Me. This, the second of the Ten Commandments, is clearly the converse and

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Trust: The Power of Moses The emotional feeling of this mitzvah is one of infinite "trust" (bitachon) in God. As explained above, trust is the inner experience of

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The Sun and the Moon Often, in Kabbalah and Chassidut, God's two manifestations, His transcendent light and His immanent light, are symbolized as "sun" and "moon."

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The Elements of Belief Above is the commandment: I am God, your God, who has taken you out of the land of Egypt, out of the

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The Order of Remembrances The order of the remembrances as listed in the siddur is thus from chesed to netzach to yesod to hod to

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The Six Continuous Commandments and the Six Remembrances (continued) 3. The third remembrance of Amalek at the end of our daily prayers corresponds to the rear,

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The Six Continuous Commandments and the Six Remembrances Often, in the attempt to establish one-to-one correspondences between parallel sets of concepts, several possibilities present themselves.

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The Six Remembrances At the end of our morning prayers, we recite the "six remembrances," six things a Jew is to remember every day of

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The Limbs of the Body and the Space Time Hypercube In the course of our meditation, we will also have to know how the six-seven

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The Archetypal Souls of the Jewish People The six attributes of the heart, from chesed to yesod, also correspond to six archetypal souls of the Jewish people: Abraham,

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