Daily Zohar # 2164 – Korach – Consider yourself lucky
You may regret reading this
Continued from previous DZ
The Zohar continues the discussion about the verse from Ecclesiastes 9:10 (See previous DZ) and makes it clear for us. A person cannot think about asking forgiveness in the next world, telling all kind of excuses about why he didn’t follow the path of the Torah.
Anyone who wants the Holy King to give him Light in the next world and a share in the world to come must occupy himself all his days with actions that would be for the sake of connecting to the Holy One Blessed be He.
After the soul leaves this world, there’s only judgment and those who are judged to the process of Gehinnom (hell), can not be saved from going through that difficult process. When life in this world ends, the judge examines your entire life and decides if your soul goes down to the difficult process of cleansing all impurities from it. It’s done by moving the soul through different ‘filters’ that clean different types of negativity. Gradually, go up to a different level to reincarnation and or waiting for the Resurrection and for the ‘share’ allotted to the soul.
Gehinom is the lower world with many levels. ‘Sheol’ is a lower level and below it there’s the level that is called “Avadon”, which means ‘Oblivion’.
Those who go to Sheol, complete the judgment and can go with a process to upper levels.
1 Samuel 2:6
“יְהוָה, מֵמִית וּמְחַיֶּה; מוֹרִיד שְׁאוֹל, וַיָּעַל”
“YHVH kills and brings back to life; He brings down to Sheol and raises up.”
Those who judged to ‘Avadon’ can never come up.
Here is some bad news for you. If you are reading this study than you’ve been ‘served’. You can’t ignore this message and can never claim “I was uneducated, I didn’t know”. You were guided into this knowledge because your soul has a great potential for earning a ‘ticket’ to the Final Redemption, the Resurrection and Immortality.
At some point in your life you opened your heart to God and asked for guidance. It could’ve come to you because of some kind of trauma and or great pain. Consider yourself lucky because you have a connection to the Torah, the Zohar and the Tree of Life. All you need is to follow it for the rest of your life to earn immortality.