Daily Zohar – Tikunim – #540 – An Eagle and two lilies
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The Aramaic Zohar above, translated into Hebrew below
Tikkun 25 – 9
While Rabbi Shimon was discussing the Eagle and the Redemption, an Eagle appeared above them, flapped his wings and ascended up to the top of the mountain. The Eagle disappeared from their eyes for a short time and then he came down with two lilies in his mouth and dropped them on their heads.
Rabbi Shimon immediately became filled with great joy. He explained to his friends that if there was only one lily it didn’t mean healing of the Redemption but since there were two lilies it implied to the two Holy Temples and complete healing to both Temples.
Rabbi Shimon got joyous when he realized that the two lilies, as the two temples, represent the right column for the first temple and left column for the second.
In the process of the Tikkun of the world, we had to experience the disconnection from the light and the exile state.
Having individual channel requires separate tikkun for each, but when they are both together we can activate the central column and the light.
Having Chassadim (right) without a vessel (left) to channel it or having vessel, desire, without light of Chassadim will not bring central column and fulfillment.
At this point Rabbi Shimon announced that this revelation of the right and the left columns require (from them) a connection to the central column by creating a special spiritual opening.
[Will continue in the next Daily Zohar.]