“כָּל עַצְמוֹתַי, תֹּאמַרְנָה”
“All my bones shall say…”
In the portion of Shoftim we read the laws related to witnesses. The Zohar reveals deep secrets and explains that the witnesses are our 248 body parts. The Zohar mentions the teaching of the sages that says: “the walls of the person’s home testify on him”. The walls are held by beams and it is equivalent to the bones of the body. The body is called the house for the soul and the bones, even though not visible, hold the body in existence.
Everything we do registers in our bones. The Zohar asks why it is so and answers that the bones are white as the Torah scroll and can reveal what is written on them.
Inside the bones we have the brain and the bone marrow. They hold the essence of the person and the most significant in the life of the person. If the brain or the bone marrow is weak then the entire body is.
When we come to the Final Redemption and the resurrection then the bones will rise first and if they read negativity then they will fall back. Only the bones with ‘clean’ record will be ‘dressed’ with new flesh and resurrected.
The DNA and the genes carry the story of our tikkun process. When we die, the bones keep this information. A pure righteous person that finished his tikkun keeps his body intact because there is nothing left to correct.
Keep your bones clean by polishing them with Light.
I suggest reading Ezekiel 37 for the prophecy of the Resurrection.