Questions of faith, of imaginations, of theory, of the cosmic illusion-Maya come to mind as I think of these two days of Kabbalistic thought. First I pondered that the existence of an Infinite being ( a God, of God!) and every creation is dependent on this 'Beingness' having a mind. So limiting, is how I continue to feel about this Rabbi's theory. I take great pause with that one. I could spend the rest of my days in my mind considering the possibility that God has a mind. In the deepest places of my heart I believe that's simply a man-made construct. A 16th century Rabbi got some play, and possibly great notoriety within his community of peers with that idea. I mean the idea is thrown to us in the 21st century like fact!
Personally I have little time for an attempt to bring God down to or within a humanistic mental range. God has a mind!!!???
And today that existence is possible because of self limitation? And it was perfectly balanced! My belief in an Infinite Being is bigger than this, as I think that whatever created everything did so via power and not via any type of limitation.
Hmm, I will continue to ponder...