(lit. "might"): a term used to refer to the Divine attribute which parallels the abovementioned human quality and thus is associated with the holding back Divine revelation and restricting the dispersion of Divine light to lower levels of existence
the Divine or mortal attribute of strict justice
(lit., "might"): the Divine attribute which is the source for and whose function can be compared to this human quality and thus is associated with the holding back Divine revelation and restricting the dispersion of Divine light to lower levels of existence
Rigor, severity, or judgment; the fifth Sefirah.
Judgment - Number five in array of Sefirot - Left side
(lit., "might" or "strict justice"): the second of the seven divine middos, or attributes, and of their corresponding mortal middos, or spiritual emotions
Fifth of the sefirot, Gevurah means "strength." The sefirah is also referred to as din, "Judgment," and is the source of contriction, boundary, and restraint. Generally, Kabbalists pray that the forces of gevurah be sweetened by those of hesed (lovingkindness), although gevurah is also necessary for the world to exist -- otherwise it would be overcome by Divine light. Interestingly, Gevurah is gendered feminine even though the word itself is related to gever, the word for man.
("Might"): Gevurah is the fifth of the ten sefirot, and second of the emotive attributes in Creation. For further explanation see: The Divine Emanations -- Gevurah.
lit., `power'; i.e., strict justice: the second of the seven Divine middos, or attributes, and of their corresponding mortal middos, or spiritual emotions.
Gevurah ("Severity"; ×’×‘×•×¨×”), (also incorrectly as) Gebrah or ,Geburah and Din ("Judgment") in the Kabbalah of Judaism is the fifth of the Sephirot of the tree of life, and it is the second of the emotive attributes of the Sephirot. It sits below Binah, across from Chesed, and above Hod. It commonly has four paths leading to Binah, Chesed, Tiphereth, and Hod.