Otzrot Hayim, Lesson 7 – The Relationship of Thought and Speech, the Light(s) and Vessel(s) of the Mouth of Adam Kadmon.
Sha'ar HaAkudim, Chapter 2A. This lesson introduces to us the actual practical, realistic meaning on the metaphors used to describe the passage of unconscious thought into conscious verbal expression. All of the metaphors of the Lurianic system used here, AB and SAG, Ta'amim, Ohr Makif (outer light), Ohr Penimi (inner light), Kli Hitzon (outer vessel), and Kli penimi (inner vessel) are described here in complete psychological perspective. This class serves as an actual example of the psychological process that this class describes. This class is vital for understanding the nature of meditation, and exploring the realms of consciousness, and translating the nebulous into the concrete. This lesson also explains the meaning (psychology) of Ruah HaKodesh (divine inspiration), and how it differs from mere personal imaginative thought.