Metaphysical meaning of Gudgodah (mbd)
Gudgodah, gud'-go-dah (Heb.)--incising; cutting; cleaving; pulsating; reverberating; thundering; fortunate; prosperous; happy; well of much water.
A place in which the Israelites camped while in the wilderness, on their way to the Promised Land (Deut. 10:7).
Meta. A further cutting, or cleaving away from consciousness, of the remains of Egyptian darkness and ignorance, that more abundant vitality and wholeness (well of much water, signifying the life force) and happiness may be realized by the individual who has started out on his conscious journey toward perfection.
Preceding Entry: Greek
Following Entry: gulf