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The Building blocks of Creation
As told in the opening chapters of Genesis, God spoke ten utterances, and the world came into being. These ten statements are the “garments” through which the Divine energy is translated into physical existence.
GIMEL - Block #3
The third letter in the Hebrew alphabet represents the bestowal of lovingkindness, a fundamental social value.
BEIT - Block #2
The second letter in the Hebrew alphabet is closed on the right side and open on the left. The open left side represents progress, openness to the future, the possibility of abundance, and expansion.
ALEF - Block #1
The first letter in the Hebrew alphabet represents new beginnings. Its shape, like a ladder placed on the ground with the top reaching for the sky, symbolizes the physical and spiritual worlds.
VAV - Block #6
The sixth letter in the Hebrew alphabet is narrow and erect. It symbolizes integrity, justice, and perfection.
HEI Block #5
The fifth letter in the Hebrew alphabet represents abundance, productivity, success and pleasantness of demeanor.
DALET - Block #4
The fourth letter in the Hebrew alphabet is derived from the Hebrew word delet--door, which can represent an opportunity for a transition from one thing to something that is hopefully better.
TEIT - Block #9
The ninth letter in the Hebrew alphabet alludes to the concept of absolute goodness, as expressed in good health and good livelihood as well as good life and more. Its form is like a partially open vessel that receives abundance and blessing into it.
CHEIT - Block #8
The eighth letter in the Hebrew alphabet symbolizes the supernatural dimension and the realm of mysticism. It represents a person’s ability to transcend the physical plane.
ZAYIN - Block #7
The seventh letter in the Hebrew alphabet signifies mobility and progress. Its interest on the positive side is livelihood, food, and life and on the negative side war, survival, and passions.
LAMED - Block #12
The twelfth letter in the Hebrew alphabet expresses the concept of learning and the intellectual perception of a person.
KAF - Block #11
The eleventh letter in the Hebrew alphabet is considered the “crown” and symbolizes action and the fulfillment of goals. A crown is worthy of someone who has labored and achieved his/her goals in a proper way.
YOD - Block #10
The tenth letter is one of the most spiritual letters in the Hebrew alphabet as it is the first letter of God’s name. The letter is thought to represent the source of beginnings and the well from which wisdom is drawn.
SAMEKH - Block #15
The fifteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet is closed on all sides, unlike the other letters. Similar to a circle, it has no beginning or end. Its shape is like a fortified structure that guards, protects and instills security in a person. On the other hand, it can also block things out and delay a person’s development.
NUN - Block #14
The fourteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet is the sign of the soul and symbolizes the spark of God in us. It is associated with modesty and humility.
MEM - Block #13
The thirteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet is associated with the element of water which is the life force in the world and, therefore, expresses creation and renewal.
TZADEI - Block #18
The eighteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet represents modesty and justice.
PEI - Block #17
The seventeenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet is open and represents going forward. It makes the /p/ sound, and words that begin with this letter go from a closed state (of the mouth) to an open one.
AYIN - Block #16
The sixteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet is associated with the sense of sight. While the other senses (touch, smell, taste, hearing) work only through physical proximity, the sense of sight can go further distances. It is believed that our eyes allow us to not only see physical things but also gives us an inner vision.
SHIN - Block #21
The twenty-first letter in the Hebrew alphabet is made up of three vertical lines coming out of its base. This can be viewed as either flames of fire rising upwards or as the right and left arms of a person’s body on each side, with the head in the middle. The connection of the three lines expresses the wholeness of a person through body, spirit and soul.
REISH - Block #20
The twentieth letter in the Hebrew alphabet represents the dynamics and power to put into practice a theoretical idea and implement it in a practical way.
QOF - Block #19
The nineteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet symbolizes the freedom of choice one has to decide whether to live a life of spirituality and righteousness or to go the direction of immorality.
TAV - Block #22
The twenty-second letter in the Hebrew alphabet is an expression of truth, wholeness, and overall unity. As the last letter, it completes the alphabet.
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