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The above is in direct contra the general philosophy of Kainic Teshavim (the Ancient Talmud), I’ll just stick with what I know that’s good and current. There is no need to go deeper.
The first book dealt with the concept of duality вЂ“ meaning God is both in the mind of the person, and in the body of a Jewish person вЂ“ and this concept did not come into play particularly readily to any non-Jews. Instead of using the term “two body”, it is used only for non-Jewish people, but the idea of duality that was used is fairly typical of the Jewish spiritual tradition. However, because of the concept “I”, the idea of duality is taken from a certain set of Kabbalistic, Jewish and Hindu views, which came forth during the early second century and early third century BC.
This tradition, which was held by a third generation and more or less unchanged up to the time of the Second Temple at the Garden of Eden in the 3rd millennium B.C.E., is one of three or so traditional Jewish doctrines, and was one of the founding principles of the Western Orthodox Tradition of the Temple. It was adopted by the Western Jewish movement following the second century BC, as it remained more or less unchanged to the present.
The other four of the five canonical teachings of the western tradition are found in the Talmud of https://jiji.ug/kampala/jewellery-and-watches/ice-bracelet-and-chain-Cj2GKzTjnbNRUQz0Yw3dtfMA.html