Sefer Yetzirah, Class 3
The Ten Sefirot and the 22 Letters.
The three Sefarim as perceived in different ways. The central role of perception, and how individual perception defines reality. This is the meaning of the 32 wondrous path, with the three Sefarim being imagination, contemplation, and implementation.
Mishna 2. The curious repetition of triads, three sefarim, three sets of letters, olam, shana, and nefesh.
The various ways of understanding “nefesh,” and its possible relationship to the Hiyuli, prima-matter, and its relationship to the concept of Adam Kadmon discussed in later Kabbalistic literature.
What are sefirot? What does the term, “bli mah” mean? Different perceptions of what exactly are sefirot.
The relationship of letters to the primal natural forces. Relationship to DNA. How all of creation is perceived and expressed through human communication with words and mathematics. How these are the actual building blocks in real-time, as opposed to creation through mystical, or magical means.