Metaphysical meaning of Addar (mbd)
Addar (A. V., Josh. 15:3, Adar), ad'-där (Heb.)--large; ample; a wide-open space; a threshing)'floor; height; honor; mighty.
a An Israelite, son of Bela and grandson of Benjamin (I Chron. 8:3); he is called Ard, in Genesis 46:21. b A city in the south of Judah (Josh. 15: 3).
Meta. The uplifting, strength-giving power and might that comes to a person when he makes room in his life for the good and separates it from the error--from that which i8 no longer useful in his progress from sense to Spirit (height, honor, mighty, threshing floor, a wide-open space). A threshing floor always suggests a sifting, separating process in consciousness.
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