Tikkun 21 – 107
When we are not drawing the light from below, the spirit, Ruach רוח, of God comes down with judgment as it is said in Jonah 1:4 “ וַיהוָה, הֵטִיל רוּחַ-גְּדוֹלָה אֶל-הַיָּם, וַיְהִי סַעַר-גָּדוֹל, בַּיָּם; וְהָאֳנִיָּה, חִשְּׁבָה לְהִשָּׁבֵר”
“But YHVH hurled a great wind into the sea, and there was a mighty storm in the sea, and the ship was about to be broken”
The story of Jonah is analogy to the process of the soul in life. Jonah didn’t want to follow his mission and YHVH was ‘upset’. (It is only in our perception but YHVH is NEVER upset)
If a ship or a marine vessel appears in your dreams, it represents your soul. The size and beauty of the ship reveals the current state of your soul. If you see yourself entering a big ship it means that you received or will receive added light and protection in the future.
When we don’t follow our work in life, it brings judgment on us. When we are ready with our vessel for the light to come in, it enters in balance and if we are not, then the light that is intended to support our work goes to the Klipa, which is the negative side.
Our preparation for the light should take place on all three levels of the soul, Nefesh, Ruah and Neshamah. With our thoughts and mind we are open for the light to come and guide us and that is the level of Neshama. In our hearts, which is the soul level of Ruach, we receive the guidance on how to make the action. With our body we finalize the action and this is the level of Nefesh.
Our spiritual connections and continuous study prepare our vessel for the light to come in balance. It keeps our mind and heart in purity and our actions bring only good outcome to our tikkun process.