Daily Zohar # 3065 – Behaalotcha – When it is Right to start
Rabbi Yehuda says that even in the second month we can make unification of Malchut and Zeir Anpin but it wouldn’t be like when the connection is made on the right time of Pesach that’s on the first month. He explains that the first month is the aspect of the Right and our connection increases the light of holiness. On the first Pesach, we receive the Light of Chokmah from the Right. The second Pesach on the second month has the aspect of Left and the Light that is drawn decreases itself on the way down.
The Faithful Shepherd explains that the Mitzvah to make a second Pesach was given to those who were ‘far’ and for those who became impure for any reason during the first month. The first Pesach in the first month, Nissan, has the secret of the faith and the unification of the Israelites and YHVH. He raises the question; if the first month is the proper time for joy and celebration then how those who couldn’t make it on the first month can make it on the second when it’s no longer the scheduled time for it.
This study continued in the next DZ study.
Most spiritual people understand the importance of doing things at the right time. They ask about the proper time to start their ‘projects’. The answer is simple, and it can be applied to almost any ‘beginning’.
The right ‘time’ is when the action starts with the aspect of Right that is Chessed. The line of Chessed is formed and open for us when we make positive actions that benefit others, like; love, kindness, sharing, Tzedakah, praying, studying, etc.
The ‘Right’ is the way that allows us to climb above the physical realm to the Tree of Life that is the source of all forces that support us in the world below.
Even when we make a prayer, we start by giving it higher purpose and meditate on the unification of YH and VH
It’s important to make a study the night before we start something significant. We give Tzedakah before the action and or make a commitment to share the benefits we expect to have from our project. Tzedakah connects us to Yessod and the Right column. It is important to dedicate what we do to be a source and a channel of positivity that would benefit many others.
If our plans don’t conflict with the Torah laws and holiday events, then the above preparations would set the proper ‘time’ for us, make elevation to the upper Light and use the tools to have this light flows down through us and help manifest our work successfully.