Sefirot, The (seven, ten)
Sefirot, The (seven, ten): Divine attributes or emanations which are manifested in each of the Four Worlds, and are the source of the corresponding ten faculties (kochot) of the soul
The sefirot are understood in the shape of the human form.
On the surface there do seem to be contradictory statements in the midrashic and kabbalistic texts with regard to how the world was created—with ten sefirot or only the final seven.
The names of the ten Sefirot are: Chochmah - wisdom, Binah - understanding, Daat - knowledge, Chessed - kindness, Gevurah - strength, Tiferet - beauty, Netzach - victory, Hod - splendor, Yesod - foundation, and Malchut - kingship. Everything that happens
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