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Metaphysical meaning of Michal (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Michal (mbd)
Michal, mi'-chal (Heb.)--brook; rivulet; shallow well; turbid stream; who is perfect; completion; perfection.

Saul's youngest daughter, who loved David and became his wife (I Sam. 18:20, 27). Saul afterward gave Michal to Palti, or Paltiel, son of Laish, to be his wife (I Sam. 25:44), and later she was restored to David (II Sam. 3:12-14).

Meta. An intuitive quality active in the human soul, and becoming for the time being a cleansing, inspiring stream of pure thoughts and emotions to the preserving of the love thought (David); this thought has not, at this stage of the unfoldment of the individual, attained the ruling power in consciousness, because of the adverse activity of the personal will (Saul).

Preceding Entry: Michael
Following Entry: Michmas