When negative forces come to the door of the home and see the holy name שדי with the great Light that surrounds it, they fear it and run far away from that protected opening.
Rabbi Yitzchak asks if the name שדי is the one that deters the forces of the other-side then it would be enough for a man to write the name שדי on the doorpost and why do we need to have the Torah text of the Shema in the Mezuzah?
He explains that שדי is Yessod and the parsha of the Shema that is written on the parchment draws the Light to the name שדי and reveals this Light in Malchut. This Light fills the opening and gives the protection of the Mezuzah that scares the negative side from coming in.
The Mezuzah has two parts from the Torah. First is the Shema Israel from Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and the second is from Deuteronomy 11:13-21. The first word of the second part is ‘וְהָיָה’ that is the four letters of יהוה YHVH. The יה YH is after the וה VH to tell us that the Light of Chokmah that comes from יה YH is revealed from bottom up. For that reason, the name שדי is written on the outside of the rolled parchment to reveal the light of והיה that is inside.
This spiritual ‘technology’ restricts the Light of Chokmah to reveal its Light from the bottom, Malchut, up.
Rabbi Aba says that when a person fix a Mezuzah on his door the holy armies announce
“זֶה הַשַּׁעַר לַיהוָה צַדִּיקִים יָבֹאוּ בוֹ.”
“This is the gate of YHVH; The righteous will enter through it.”
Special Mezuzah offer;
I spoke with my friend, Rabbi Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein Shlita from Israel. He is the grandson of Rabbi Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein ZT”L that was the main student of Rabbi Ashlag, Hasulam. We follow his teachings on the Daily Zohar. Rabbi Brandwein ZT”L wrote some of the commentaries for the Tikunei Zohar that is part of Zohar Hasulam in Hebrew.
Rabbi Yehuda Tzvi is an expert scribe of sacred texts. He writes Torah scrolls, Tefilin, Mezuzahs and more for special orders.
I asked him if I can offer Mezuzah of his work through the Daily Zohar and he accepted. Every Mezuzah would be made for the specific person, household, not off the shelf item. I highly recommend that even if you have Mezuzahs at home, replace the main entrance Mezuzah with one of Rabbi Yehuda Tzvi, especially if it’s old or you have doubts about its quality. It may take two weeks or more, depend on the number of orders and place in the queue.
The price for each Mezuzah scribed by him with purity and kabbalistic meditations is $120 plus shipping. I do not take any fee for these transactions. The money would go directly to Israel. My reward is the Light from being a messenger of Mitzvah.
If you would like to have Mezuzahs please email me to Zion @ DailyZohar.com and specify a quantity and home address. To save on shipping he will send the Mezuzahs to me and I will ship to the final destination from the US using USPS priority mail. Mailing cost about $10 and international orders may be shipped directly from Israel for the actual cost.
DO NOT send money only after order confirmation from me.
This offer may be taken out at any given time if his schedule is filled up because he has his own pending orders and obligations. First come first served.
** IMPORTANT *******************
The Mezuzah starts with Shema Israel,”Hear O Israel…”. The Mezuzah is effective for Jews, children of Israel, that respect it, understand the meaning of the prayer and its protection. The Mezuzah is not an object for idol worship. If a non-Jew feels that he has Israelite soul and he doesn’t follow any other religious practice then he may use a mezuzah and benefit from it.
DO NOT buy the Mezuzah if the desire to have its protection doesn’t come from your Israelite soul.
DO NOT buy the Mezuzah if you study Zohar for knowledge.
It’s okay to buy Mezuzahs for a public place that is also used by jews, or if you have a Jewish friend that comes to visit you often.