-vn wrote at 2015-03-13 05:04:49
My suggestion to any reading this is to meditate on it. Understanding the kabbalah may necessitate some reading, but you'll never have any real knowledge until you close the book and really dive in. Think about animals and which of the paths dominate their characters, then compare to your own.

Essentially what it's about is that if you FEEL like you relate to an animal, you do.


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