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In Kabbalah most words are not what they seem as they each hold a spiritual meaning based on the language of Roots and Branches.
What is a “heart” in Kabbalah? How about “sanctity?” “The soul of Adam HaRishon?”
See if you know the definitions of week 3.
A sum total of a person's desires.
A correction of one of the 613 desires from egoistic to altruistic.
A spark from the shattered soul that desires to return to it’s root.
Built from two words, Yashar (ישר) which means straight, and El (אל) which means Creator.
The correcting Light. Comes from the Hebrew word ‘Orah’ (which means Light.)
The way the will to receive is used. In order to receive or in order to bestow.