Jewish Mysticism
When he breathed [into him] the soul of life, he gave him the power of intellect and knowledge to receive the word and utterance of God, blessed be he, which are hidden, for just as he is hidden so his word is hidden, and by means of the concealment he gave him power to hear his word verily.

Translated by Elliot Wolfson in “Megillat ‘Emet we-‘Emunah- Contemplative Visualization and Mystical Unknowing,” Kabbalah- A Journal for the Study of Jewish Mystical Texts 5 (2000)- 55-110.