Metaphysical meaning of Michtam (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Michtam (mbd)
Michtam, mich'-tam (Heb.)--writing; prescript; poem; psalm; song; golden psalm; precious verse; epigram; preeminent inscription.

A word mentioned in the titles of Psalms 16, 56, 57, 58, 59, and 60.

Meta. The entrance into consciousness of wise, inspiring, harmonious, uplifting thoughts of substance and Truth; and the inscribing of these Truth ideals in the memory. In the phrase, golden psalm, "golden" suggests wisdom and substance; writing, precious verse, "a poem intended to record memorable thoughts." Writing makes one think of something uplifting and inspiring while both poem and song signify inspiration and rhythm or harmony.)

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Preceding Entry: Michri
Following Entry: Middin