Zohar

  1. Eros is aroused whenever we move so deeply into what we do, who we are with, or where we are, that its interiority stirs our heart and imagination.
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    Read more about "Sights of Silence"
  3. To live your story is to move from a state of slavery to freedom.
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    Read more about "Finding Voice"
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    Read more about "God's Voice"
  5. The Third Face of Eros:  Desire
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    Read more about "In the Garden"
  6. It begins as a crying of longing and empathy for the pain of the Shechina in exile.  But the longing and empathy both give way at some point to the radical joy of union.
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    Read more about "Radical Joy of Union"
  7.      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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    Read more about "The Perception of Love"
  8.      In the ecstasy of the festival the pilgrim reaches the consciousness which moves him to cry out, "If I am here all is here."  The Zohar explains that if I who am the Shechi
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    Read more about "The Festival of Seeing"
  9.      Love is a radical redrawing of boundaries and complete revisioning of the whole notion of self-interest.  A revisioning is, of course, a deepening of perception.  The
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    Read more about "Perceiving Divinity"
  10.      Once a year in a spine-tingling mystery rite the priest would enter the Holy of Holies.  On this day, every person was forgiven.  On this day, every person was to re-e
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    Read more about "Coming Home"
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