Q: Omer 3, Beauty/Love

Q: Omer 3, Beauty/Love

Day 3: Tiferet she’b’Chesed, Beauty within Love

A child cuddles with a cat

WHAT DO YOU THINK? What do you think is the most beautiful part of love?

WHAT DO YOU FEEL? Who in your life gave you unconditional love?

Was it a family member, friend, animal companion, grove of trees, helpful stranger, divine figure?

How does it feel to be so loved? When you are lost, can you find that feeling?

WHAT DO YOU DO? When is it easy to see the inner beauty of the people you love? And when is it challenging? How do you navigate the challenging times?

HOW DO YOU EXPERIENCE GOD? Do you imagine (or experience) God as beautiful?

These questions go deeper into the daily reflections in the book Shechinah, Bring Me Home: Kabbalah and the Omer in Real Life.

There are many ways to explore these questions. You can: Tell a story from your own life. Give an example from a book or a movie. Write a poem. Analyze a concept. Offer a definition. Draw a picture. Sing a song.

New to the Omer? Here’s a guide to the theory and practice.

  1. Thank you. Your wisdom is appreciated. The Sephirot bring us closer to essence in a myriad of ways. Omer counting through Sephirot meditation each day brings enlightenment, more clarity and connection.

    1. Connie, thank you! And thank you for sharing your experience counting the Omer.

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