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  1. “As the Kabbalists point out, the word Moses spelled backwards is Ha Shem, meaning ‘the name.’ Import
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  3.      The second biblical myth word symbol of freedom is actually mistranslated into English as the Ten Commandments.
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  4.      In biblical myth, the snake in the Garden of Eden plays the beast/dragon role.  A mystical riddle:  What did Adam say to the snake in the Garden?  The answer:&nbs
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  5.      For some passages in the Zohar, the mysteries of the cherubs are virtually a synonym for unity consciousness.  The Zohar understands the union of the cherubs as symbolic of
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  6.      The goal of the erotic life is to engage every area of our lives with the mantra of lismah beating in our breasts.  This means being fully present for each thing i
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  7.      The core intuition of all the great systems of the spirit is that love and eros are captured best by the image of light.  The Kabbalah teaches that the light that fills the
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  8.      Union is the ultimate erotic state.  Interconnectivity, the fullness of presence, the inside of God's face, the yearning force of being, they all characterize our experienc
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  9.      The fifth and final level is called yechida and is reached very rarely by the very rare individual.  Yechida derives from the Hebrew root yachad.
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  10.      The Seer of Lublin, 19th century biblical mystic, said it like this:“There are three kinds of friends in the world.
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