Wisdom



In Hebrew, Chokmah (the second sephirah of the Tree of Life). In Sanskrit, Bodhi (the name of the tree under which the Buddha awakened).

"The word wisdom is derived from vid, videre (to see) and from dom (judgment). Thus, wisdom alludes to that which one can see with the senses of the soul and of the Innermost; to the wise judgments which must be based on the ultra-sensorial perceptions and not simply on dogmatic intellectualism or vain professional sufficiency, which are already in declination and decrepitude." - Samael Aun Weor, Occult Medicine and Practical Magic

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