Tiféret is the Sixth Sefirah, and the Sixth path in the Thirty-Two Paths. It is in the Central location on the tree of Life, below Keter on the Middle Pillar. There are Paths connecting Tiféret to all the other Sefirot, with the exception of Malkuth.
The Sixth Path is Named the Intelligence of Mediating Influence (Sekhel Shefa Nivdal נבדל שפע שכל), because in it is increased the influx of the Emanations, by which it causes Abundance to flow into all the reservoirs of Blessing, unifying themselves through its substance.
Although Tiféret is the Central Sefira, this does not necessarily agree with a heliocentric Concept of the Solar System. Conversely, it is viewed as the central conduit, binding together the Energies of the Higher Sefiroth, and funneling them down to the Lower Sefiroth. Many Kabbalists logically associate it with the human heart, and to the third day of Creation (Tuesday), in Genesis.
And Elohim said, "Let the water that is beneath the heavens gather into one place, and let the dry land appear," and it was so.
And Elohim called the dry land earth, and the gathering of the waters He called seas, and Elohim saw that it was good.
And Elohim said, "Let the earth sprout vegetation, seed yielding herbs and fruit trees producing fruit according to its kind in which its seed is found, on the earth," and it was so.
And the earth gave forth vegetation, seed yielding herbs according to its kind, and trees producing fruit, in which its seed is found, according to its kind, and Elohim saw that it was good.
And it was evening, and it was morning, a third day.
One might notice that there is a major change here, between the Second Day and its separation, versus the Third Day and its gathering.
The Color most associated with Tiféret is a brilliant Solar Yellow. The “Planet” is of course, Sol, the Earth’s Sun. The God Name is YHVH Eloah va-Daat (“YHVH, God of Knowledge”), the Archangel is Raphael (“God’s Healer”), and the Angelic Choir is the Malakhim (“Kings”).
In Nova Thought, we would correlate Tiféret with the Light Principle, Sunday, the Number Six, the Crown or Sahasrara Chakra, and the three Light Runes, Jera, Sowilo and Dagaz. The “Character”, of course, is the Monarch.
The Tarot Cards for Tiféret are the four Sixes. These Four Cards are all usually considered to indicate positive situations.
The Six of Wands, which correlates to Tiféret in Atsilut, is traditionally a Card of victory, showing a Time when the battle is won. The implication is of a physical victory, but it can often mean Spiritual as well. It is also a Time to be humble, and avoid arrogance. “Pride goes before the fall”, so be careful what you wish for!
The Six of Cups is Tiféret in Beriah; it deals with both memories and a return to a Past circumstance. Depending on the other Cards in a Reading, it may deal with dwelling too much on the Past, or an indication that the desired return is imminent.
The Six of Swords, as Tiféret in Yetzirah, has to do with the Future, and moving on with one’s life. Sometimes a geographical change is best. It is Time to make plans to change one’s Life for the better. Think clearly, and make a decision.
The Six of Disks is Tiféret in Assiah. Generosity is indicated. Depending on the situation, and nearby Cards, it may mean that it is Time to give or receive. Regardless, open your heart!
An Affirmation for Tiféret might be:
I am a channel for all that is Good and Beautiful in God’s Universe.