Within the Latter Day Saint movement, there are a number of theologies regarding the nature of God. In the Fellowship, and within Mormon Kabbalah, we accept all of them. It’s about how God reveals Himself, or Themselves, to us as individuals. We build, as it were, our own religions.
The fruit of the tree of life represents the steps we take in accepting God's love and the atonement.
We have been told to abandon sin, to forsake sin, and not to sin. But what is sin? What does it mean to sin? And once we know, how do we avoid it?
The Sefirot withing the Tree of Life represent various parts of the body. Alone, they are incomplete. Adding the chakra, energy points that run from the brain down to the spine, and parts of the body and adds to our understanding.
The 10 Words are known in English as the Ten Commandments. Jesus didn’t come to end the Law but to fulfill it. He did so not only on the Cross but also in his life’s work and his teachings.
Hod is connected to prayer and and submission. Rather than conqueror, Hod teaches us to subdue our passions.
When one enters the ministry they are ordained to the priesthood. We are then, being clean, given the Garments of the Priesthood. In the Book of Remembrance, the Lord God sends Raphael to teach us the deeper symbolism of the Garments
Netzach is one of the “tactical" Sefirot. Its purpose is not directed towards itself, but rather to assist in another work.
Tif’eret is the bosum where we feel the Holy Spirit and where the Light of Christ overflows from our kli to fill the world.
Gevurah is Din, the essence of judgment. If we are saved, the Holy Spirit cleanses us with Fire. However, if we are wicked we are burned as those same flames become Hellfire.
As I lay back down in bed, She and the five Graces remained fully in my presence as I fell back asleep. When I awoke later in the morning, She was still standing over me with the Five Divine Graces gathered around Her.
Chesed is the first Sefirot in the attribute of action in the Kabbalistic Tree of life.