jeudi 9 juillet 2015

About The Power Of Soul

By Dorthy Lloyd

There are ten powers of soul which stem from the sefirot which are ten too. These powers have names matching the sefirot. The personality is articulated and revealed though its commands which are encompassing powers and the particular powers. The encompassing ones are called will and delight conforming to keter outer and inner dimensions above mentioned. The particular powers are categorized into intelligence and emotions. The three intellect powers are bina, daat and chochma. Below is a discussion about the power of soul.

Chochma stands for the creativity aspect which is usually unpredictable and is revealed through spontaneous creativeness and acumens. This happens as an innate flash of rational illumination not yet established or processed by bina considerate powers. Bina taken to mean understanding stands for cognitive part which advances and enunciates seminal energy possessed by the cochma so that it is known in a conceptualized detailed way.

Daat is the capacity to harmonize and integrate completely opposing views. Daat plays two roles. One is binding together bina and chochma powers and two is acting as a go between the divergent domains of emotional and intellect soul attributes.

Chesed is the first in the emotional attributes. The forces motivating it are benevolence and love. It is sometimes referred to as gedula because it rears the rest of soul attributes to develop fully and be mature. Tiferet in another attribute working to blend and bring harmony to the opposing forces gevura and chesed. It is also the attribute of truth because it relies to some degree on the recipient virtue. However, in the ideal it leans more to chesed and thus termed as mercy.

Gevura which is usually linked to din power works to limit chesed benevolent expansiveness. It stands for fear emotional attribute. Where chase calls for one to unconditionally and generously give without considering the worthiness of the recipient to get such, gevura reasons against it on the ground that the recipient may not be commendable or even may misuse what he receives. Thus, every chance to show goodness to someone is determined by their merit.

Netzach got several meanings denoting the different specs inside the soul. It infers orchestration, eternity and victory. Common to all this aspects is persistence and initiative sense necessary to overrule resistance encountered in bringing feeling and thought to positive action. Victory implies initiative, eternity indicates persistence while orchestration implies an innovative plan to dispatch the other qualities intelligently.

Hod which means surrender complements netzach. Where netzach surges forward to overcome the obstacles between the receiver and the benevolence to be extended, hod works to warrant the success the recipient gets is centered on acknowledging that there exist a divine source behind the power and potency. Hod thus stands for genuineness and innocence. Zohar terms the relationship this two have as two parts of a single body, like twins.

Yesod is the trait that brings together each and every quality before it into a unit. It acts to bind the giver and the receiver as one. It is a representative of tzadik too who is regarded as the base from which the world stands. Malchut comes last and is a representation of receiving on a person the sovereignty yoke of God.

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