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In Jewish beliefs, Mitzvah means commandment. The Mitzvah is a set of 613 commandments given in the Torah at Mount Sinai, and seven additional rabbinic commandments given later. Following the Mitzvah leads to a greater alignment between the material world and the divine world, and greater Shefa or Divine Flow.[1] The term is syncretic with the LP term Alignment.

Syncretic Terms

Endogenous to the LP

Alignment Rule Set > Alignment

Non-LP Related Terms

Alignment Rule Set > Shefa


  1. Dan, Joseph. Kabbalah: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006.