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The Glorian podcast includes lectures about practical spirituality, consciousness, psychology, philosophy, gnosis, religion, kabbalah, meditation, sacred sexuality, and much more.

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Sep 24, 2014

Note: Re-recorded,with new material (the original lecture was titled simply "Elohim").

Throughout the Judeo-Christian scriptures, the Hebrew word Elohim is utilized, but few know what it means, since it was improperly translated to mean "God," even though the word is plural. Learn about the real meaning of the Elohim, the Multiple Perfect Unity, and how it relates to our spiritual development. 

"Elohim stands in the congregation of El, who judges in the midst of the Elohim. I have said, you are Elohim; and all of you are children of עליון Elion [the Most High]. Nevertheless, as Adam you shall die, and fall like [Tiphereth] one of the princes." - Psalm 82: 1, 6, 7

"Lift up your eyes on high and behold who has created these." - Isaiah 40:26. Lift up your eyes on high. Where? To the place whither all eyes are turned. There [at the magnetic center - the root of the nose] between the opening of eyes. There you will recognize the mysterious Ancient One who created these and is the object of research. And who is he? It is Mi (who) that is called the summit of the heavens above, for all things exist by his will. Because he is the object concealed and invisible after which all seek. Therefore is this mysterious being called Who (Mi), and beyond him search in vain. Delve at the other extremity [of your spinal coumn] where is another being known as What! (Mah). What distinguishes the one from the other? Mi (who), the concealed and hidden One, is he whom all created beings are seeking to know, but after all their efforts and endeavors, by the gaining of knowledge, they only come at last to Mah (the what, the Divine Mother Kundalini)." - Zohar