Metaphysical meaning of Hazar-shual (mbd)
Hazar-shual, ha'-zär-shu'-al (Heb.)--village of foxes; court of jackals.
Meta. A group of subconscious thoughts that, under the dominance of the sense mind, are destructive. However, the substance of that in these thoughts which has expressed in craftiness, slyness, cunning, and trickery (fox) can, when given over to the Judah (praise and prayer) consciousness, be transformed into true skill, wisdom, and ingenuity, for the bringing forth of abundant good fruits.
Meta. A phase of the soul, or a group of thoughts in consciousness, whose central, dominating idea is activity, life, vital force, power (village of the horse). These thoughts are allotted to Simeon, are made receptive and obedient to the true light of Spirit (Simeon meaning receptivity, obedience, hearing).