Continued from previous DZ
Another type of Kedusha is the Kadish that we recite during the prayers when we move between spiritual levels. We must have at least 10 men in order to recite a Kadish. A person who prays without a Minyan shouldn’t recite Kadish. The Kadish makes a strong connection to YHVH.
The Zohar reveals that the Kadish has the power to break the klipot and clear the spiritual path for the prayers. It starts with four words connecting to the Tetragrammaton, YHVH, יהוה.
“יִתְגַּדַּל וְיִתְקַדַּשׁ שְׁמֵהּ רַבָּא”
“May His great name be exalted and sanctified”
This powerful spearhead like the rest of the Kadish is in Aramaic. It elevates the YHVH name and because the other side understands Aramaic they break under the great light of the name. We immediately answer Amen to connect to the holiness of the unification of upper and lower names אדני and יהוה. The meditation when we say Amen to a Kadish is אידהנויה. The Kadish is like a spiritual bridge and with each Amen we walk across the bridge. Hearing a Kadish and answering Amen is a great connection and it would be better not to miss even one Amen.
Click on the image below to view larger image of the meditation for the first four words of the Kadish.
Daily Zohar # 2372 – Teruma – The Kadish