The FOUR Worlds=Kabbalah
The Four Worlds of Kabbalistic Thought,
as Seen in a imagine of Human flowering.
Date: 8/27/2005 2:19:29 PM ( 16 y ) ... viewed 1743 times
One of the most powerful
Kabbalistic explanations for
Successful daily living
in my life comes from
working with The Four Worlds.
Here is a little of what Rabbi Ted Falcon
explains about this on one of his web pages
I found here:
Atzilut, the highest world called "Nearness,"
the world of Being.
B'riah, the second world called
"Creation," the world of Knowing.
Yetzirah, the third world called
"Formation," the World of Feeling.
Assiyah, the fourth world
called "Making," the World of Doing.
This is kinda like
Soul, Mind, Emotion, and Body.
I visualize this as a flower,
rather than a ladder.
The flower enfolds all The Four Worlds.
The contracted places--the narrow places
where the flow is restricted in our lives--
are between The Four Worlds
and prevent us from fully experiencing all Four Worlds.
When we work with the Cracks...the spaces--
and declutter them, we make contact with the deeper
David Bohm, the quantum physicist, said consciousness
was "Unbroken Wholeness in flowing movement."
That is now I define The Enchanted Garden.
The Enchanted Garden is the Unbroken Wholeness
in flowing movement, as it exists in the world of Being.
The challenge and opportunity is to express the
Enchanted Garden here in the world of Doing.
This is the equivalent of having Physical Acts,
and Physical things,
reflect All that is enfolded within them.
The Four Worlds are very much connected,
but Life is fragmented by the way we are asked
to live it.
This fragmentation is the source of what we call dis ease.
We can go back to the garden together.
Your Enchanted Gardener sez:
"Through my eyes I sense I am
recording the History of Peace on
Earth, the history of the Earth and its human flowering.
Our renewed Earth is the Enchanted Garden
and you and I , its gardeners."
Intro to Kabbalah:
Mystical inclined? Open this!
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