Metaphysical meaning of Carmi (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Carmi (mbd)
Carmi, cär'-ml (Heb.)--vinedresser; generous; fruitful; noble; my vineyard.

a A son of Reuben (Gen. 46:9). b A man of Judah (Josh. 7:1).

Meta. A very vital, prosperous, and fruitful attitude of mind in individual consciousness (fruitful). This state of thought is actuated by a spirit of gratitude and thanksgiving (Judah) and a clear vision (Reuben) of abundant spiritual life throughout one's being as one's own divine inheritance (my vineyard). One's high, noble aspirations are the vinedresser; they prune out of consciousness all lesser, limited thoughts of lack.

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Preceding Entry: Carmelitess
Following Entry: Carmites