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1. "And Jacob went out from Beer-Sheva"

  In this section of secret Torah teachings, Rabbi Chiya discusses the symbolism and meaning of Ecclesiastes' resonant verse, "The sun also rises, and the sun goes down, and hastens to its place where it rises again." The verse refers to Jacob, when he was in Beer-...
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2. Seven vanities

  The hidden meaning of Ecclesiastes' maxim, "Vanity of vanities, vanity of vanities, all is vanity" is revealed here. Rabbi Elazar comments that the apparent frustrations and disappointments of life are in fact blessings in disguise. He calls them "holy and necessary...
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3. The splendor of the shining mirror

This section discusses the true nature of the patriarch Jacob. "As the Color Purple includes all the colors, so the shining mirror comprises all the lights." Just as the mirror includes all the lights, Jacob springs from the same mystical source asthe Fathers who...
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4. Samael and the wife of harlotry

This is a discussion of the dual nature of evil, as revealed by Jacob’s story. The Klipot, or ‘shells’ of negativity, have both male and female aspects. The text personifies the softer, female aspect of evil as a whore - “the wife of harlotry”- dressed up in her finery to...
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5. "And Jacob went out from Beer-Sheva," part two

In an addendum to the previous section, an analogy is made between the pattern of Jacob’s physical movements and the structure of the Tree of Life, which is Kabbalah’s great symbol for the attributes of God. The Tree of Life is also spoken of as the Ten Sfirot, or ten...
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6. "Arise, Hashem"

This section continues the anecdote concerning Rabbi Yitzchak, in which the secret meaning of the phrase, "arise The Creator," is debated. Both Moses and David uttered the phrase; the text focuses on David's meaning, which concerns the intermingling of wisdom and...
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7. "And Jacob went out," part three

  Rabbi Yitzchak discusses the meaning of "And Jacob went out" This text refers to the exile of the Jews, the children of Jacob, and their need to accommodate themselves to the customs of the lands of exile just as the Holy One Creator adjusts Himself to changes taking...
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8. Prophecy vision, dream

In this extremely important and mysterious section of the Zohar, the rabbis make complex and subtle distinctions concerning the nature of prophecy, visions, and dreams. They then apply their conclusions to the role of the Jews in exile. Rabbi Yitzchak continues his...
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9. "And, behold, Hashem stood above it"

  This passage further explicates Jacob's vision of the Ladder. It clarifies his special role amongst the Chosen People and his position among the other patriarchs in the Tree of Life.  
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10. "And Jacob awoke"¦How dreadful is this place"

  The Patriarch Jacob awakens at the future site of the Temple. As Jacob recognizes the power of the sacred ground, great spiritual Light is revealed to him.   
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