Continued from previous DZ
In the previous DZ study we learned that incomplete action causes a different correction process. The Zohar tells us that there are corrections in silence. That is the spiritual aspect that comes with the study of the Torah.
The Torah is complete and perfect and is the source for all our correction tools. A simple man may see the Torah as incomplete but the Zohar quotes Psalms 19:8
“תּוֹרַת יְהוָה תְּמִימָה, מְשִׁיבַת נָפֶשׁ; עֵדוּת יְהוָה נֶאֱמָנָה, מַחְכִּימַת פֶּתִי”
“The Torah of YHVH is perfect, restoring the soul; The testimony of YHVH is sure, making wise the simple.”
The written Torah is only the ‘dress’ of the actual energy of the Torah. Our physical body is only a small part of what makes us who we are. Our soul is the energy of life that keeps us in existence. That life energy comes from within the Torah because the root of all Israelites souls is in the Torah.
The Zohar is only a tool that helps us ‘dig’ and connect to the Torah’s energy of life that sustains us. The written Zohar itself has the simple stories that is the ‘physical’ aspect. The energy that is connected to the words of the Zohar is on a higher level because it’s another step closer to the spiritual aspects of the Torah. Without love and seeking unity with the spiritual/divine part, the body has only temporary existence.
The study of the Tree of Life teaches us that everything in life has body and soul. The body is temporary and the soul is immortal because it is part of energy that comes beyond time and space.
The simple fact that there are many things that we don’t or can’t understand from looking at the ‘body’ of things indicates that there is a lot of concealment in the ‘soul’ aspect of the body.
This study is very important and I suggest asking questions (forming ‘bodies’ to draw ‘souls’) to understand on a higher level.