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If you acknowledge the dual nature of the universe by taking TWO of those triangles and rotating one, you will find you have the star of David.
The Hebrew letters which make up this name also have the intriguing property of being complementary. They are masculine (the Yod and Vav) and feminine (the two Heh’s). Another fortuitous coincidence lending logical coherency to this system. The masculine letters, number 1 and 3 in the sequential development of יהוה , would correlate with the unconscious, precognitive experience, and emotional experience. Alternatively, they can be thought of as realized and unrealized emotion. What stays latent in our personalities – in our minds, what we experience in our dreams, primes us to think or feel this way in just this situation – is the Yod – a little tick of a letter, which interestingly enough, makes a lot of pictographic sense. The Vav, on the other hand, is merely the elongation of the Yod: see the Hebrew letters above. Again, coincidentally enough, this letter accurately reflects the idea; the “elongation” of unconscious, precognitive experience is emotional expression: when feelings are felt “in the body” as opposed to being kept in and repressed in the mind.
The female letters, conversely, are repetitions of the same letter – the Heh. If the Kabbalah is weird at this point in it’s unusual consistency, then the Heh’s shape should correspond to it’s metaphysical meaning, making it even weirder. Again, it holds up. The first heh is “thought”. When we think, we seldom take into account the fact that thought is dictated by unconscious feeling. It takes awareness to be aware of that – and to carefully reflect on what you feel as you think. If the Vav represents the emotional expression of unrealized emotion (the yod), the heh (thought) is an internal experience of feeling, occurring in self communication (when we speak to ourselves), reflections on our environment, or against ourselves.
Feeling must be released – it must be felt in the body. The physical body and the experience of it’s vitality (life force) is the final heh. This Heh has a relationship to the Vav similar to the relationship of the first heh to the Yod. Thought emerges from unconscious feeling; action emerges from realized feeling. Both heh’s are “products” of some emotional energy, given shape and form in actual expression, whether as verbal thought, or physical expression.