The Holy Ari revealed that Jethro was a reincarnation of Cain and Moses was a reincarnation of Abel. We know that Cain killed Able and the reason was that Cain was born first with his soul mate and Abel was born with two soul mates. Cain claimed to be the firstborn and entitled for the extra twin soul. For that reason he killed his brother.
Cain was ‘corrupted because the Snake inject impurity into Eve and Cain as firstborn carried the first inherited correction from his parents. The Zohar revealed that Abel was pure and was circumcised but was not corrected with a drop of bloodletting when there’s no foreskin. Because of that the other side had opening to claim his blood and Cain could kill him. Moses was born circumcised but his father, Amram, made the correction of bloodletting. This action gave Moses protection from the other side.
“וַיֹּאמֶר, אֶל-מֹשֶׁה, אֲנִי חֹתֶנְךָ יִתְרוֹ, בָּא אֵלֶיךָ; וְאִשְׁתְּךָ–וּשְׁנֵי בָנֶיהָ, עִמָּהּ”
“And he said to Moses, “I, your father-in-law Jethro, am coming to you with your wife and her two sons with her.””
The secret above is revealed from the initials of ‘I’m your father in-law’ that in Hebrew spell ‘אחי’ ‘brother’.
When Jethro heard about the Israelites, Moses and the miracles, he saw it as a sign to correct the past and came to Moses, bringing Zipporah, back to him. Zipporah was a reincarnation of the extra twin that Cain killed Abel for.
Lesson: We carry a lot of ‘baggage’ from previous lives and every person in our lives is significant in our correction. Those we love and especially those that we are not. If we interact with a person in any way then they are definitely part of our Tikkun and we should treat this person with respect. We should try to understand the essence of the relationship and try to make corrections.
The process is different from one person to another but the general rule is that if we feel uncomfortable with a situation (person, place, relationships etc.) then we should ‘balance’ it by changing ourselves, do for that person, forgive and or ask forgiveness.