A River Flows from Eden: The Language of Mystical Experience in the Zohar

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Index of Subjects and Terms
‘-r-h [verbal root], 220‘-v-r [verbal root], 205, 219, 220, 221“Hymn of the Pearl, The,” 217
Adonai, 270
alphabet, Hebrew, 95
ambling, 132–35
Ancient of Days (Atik Yomin), 272–73, 289, 374. See also Arikh Anpin; Keter
ancientry. See restoring the Torah to her antiquity
anthropomorphism, 179
antiquity. See restoring the Torah to her antiquity
Arikh Anpin (Long Face), 45, 201, 239, 257, 272. See also Atik Yomin; Keter
aroma, 124, 132, 144, 303–4. See also fragrance; smell, sense of
arousal, 80–81, 221. See also awakening and arousal
arousal above, 132, 246
arousal below and arousal above, 222–25, 296
arrayal, of light, 84
Assembly of Israel, 16, 33, 212, 240; erotic relations of, 219, 345; fragrance of, 303; souls and, 124, 132. See also Knesset Yisrael; Malkhut; Shekhinah
Atik Yomin (Ancient of Days), 272–73, 289, 374. See also Arikh Anpin; Keter
Atika Kadisha (Holy Ancient One), 194, 197; 272–73; 287–88; 348–51; 368. See also Holy Ancient One
aval (but), 174–76
aval hashta (but now). See also now, 175
awakeners and arousers, mystics as, 80–81
awakening above (it’aruta de-le’ila), 205, 222
awakening and arousal, 204–28; verses of, 229–51; voices of, 209–11
awakening below (it’aruta de-letata), 205, 222
awakening from sleep, as motif, 217–18, 226–27
awakening, spiritual, 80–81, 120, 146; literary stratagems for, 225–28
Babylonians, identity of, 101. See also Babylonia
beading, as metaphor, 15, 198
being, White Light Consciousness and, 350–51
beit midrash, 195
benei ha-aliyah, 100
benei ha-heikhal, as residents of the Land of Israel, 71. See also initiates of Matronita’s palace
biblical interpretation. See exegesis
Binah, 73, 192; Ḥokhmah and, 68, 233, 234, 243, 277, 278; as mother, 233, 273; thought and speech and, 355, 358–59

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