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The superconscious powers of the soul are generally depicted as a crown (keter) in Kabbalah. The crown itself has two parts: the lower aspect, called the long face and the higher aspect, called the ancient of days. This talk explains how the long face (which pertains to will) is the origin of a potentially infinite number of parallel universes, while the ancient of days refers to a primordial state of non-duality that relates to the Theory of Undivided Wholeness.

Many Worlds and Undivided Wholeness

Many Worlds and Undivided Wholeness

What Defines Real: Lesson 7

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Many Worlds and Undivided Wholeness : What Defines Real: Lesson 7

The superconscious powers of the soul are generally depicted as a crown (keter) in Kabbalah. The crown itself has two parts: the lower aspect, called the long face and the higher aspect, called the ancient of days. This talk explains how the long face (which pertains to will) is the origin of a potentially infinite number of parallel universes, while the ancient of days refers to a primordial state of non-duality that relates to the Theory of Undivided Wholeness.
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Rabbi Asher Crispe is the Executive Director of Interinclusion.org, celebrating the convergence between contemporary arts and sciences and Torah thought. He is a world-renowned lecturer on Chassidic and Kabbalistic philosophy.
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