Atzmus

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Not to be confused with Atzmus (band). The Zohar states „Israel, the Torah and the Holy One Blessed Be He are One”.[1] God: At Sinai, in Rabbinic commentary, all the People heard the revelation „I-Anochi am the Lord-Tetragrammaton your God-Elokecha..” The „Lord spoke to Moses..” is God’s essential infinite name. „Your God” is… Continuă să citești Atzmus

Devekut

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devekut Devekut, debekuth, deveikuth or deveikus (Heb. דבקות; Mod. Heb. „dedication”, traditionally „clinging on” to God) is a Jewish concept referring to closeness to God. It may refer to a deep, trance-like meditative state attained during Jewish prayer, Torah study, or when performing the 613 mitzvot (the „commandments”). It is particularly associated with the Jewish mystical tradition. Etymology[edit] דבק, or deveq, the modern Hebrew word for glue, literally means ‘to… Continuă să citești Devekut

Tzadikim Nistarim 

The Tzadikim Nistarim (Hebrew: צַדִיקִים נִסתָּרים‬, „hidden righteous ones”) or Lamed Vav Tzadikim (Hebrew: ל”ו צַדִיקִים‬,x”36 righteous ones”), often abbreviated to Lamed Vav(niks),[a] refers to 36 righteous people, a notion rooted within the more mystical dimensions of Judaism. The singular form is Tzadik Nistar (Hebrew: צַדִיק נִסתָר‬). Contents As a mystical concept, the number 36 is even more intriguing. It is said that at all times there are 36 special… Continuă să citești Tzadikim Nistarim