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Within Jewish mysticism
1. The first sephirah describes the Divine Will above intellect. Known as Keter (CROWN) : Divine Will to create/Infinite Light of the Creator/the Hebrew name of God “Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh - I Am that I Am”
2. The next sephirot describe conscious Divine Intellect. Known as Binah-“Understanding”: the infinite flash of Chochmah brought into the vessel of understanding to give it grasp of breadth and depth/feminine vessel that gives birth to the emotions/reason/
understanding brings teshuva return to God
3. And the latter sephirot describe the primary and secondary conscious Divine Emotions. Known as Chochmah-“Wisdom”: First unbounded flash of an idea before it takes on limitations/male light/Divine Reality/first revelation/creation from nothingness
Notice the POWER OF 3 again?
Also, the two sephirot (Binah and Malchut) the later Malchut being 10 is the base of the 10 sephirot are feminine, as the female principle in Kabbalah describes a vessel that receives the outward male light, then inwardly nurtures and gives birth to lower sephirot. Corresponding to this is the Female Divine Presence (Shechinah).
Kabbalah sees the human soul as mirroring the Divine (after Genesis 1:27, “God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him, male and female He created them”), and more widely, all creations as reflections of their life source in the sephirot.
Therefore, the sephirot also describe the spiritual life of man, and constitute the conceptual paradigm in Kabbalah for understanding everything.
This relationship between the soul of man and the Divine, gives Kabbalah one of its two central metaphors in describing Divinity, alongside the other Ohr (light) metaphor.