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Tikkun 26 – 4
(Continue from Daily Zohar #545)
After Rabbi Shimon finished his words the friends stood up and kissed him on his head and said that his this teaching was worth a whole life time for them.
To reach a point of understanding that God and the Shechina are one and never change is a very important spiritual level.
In the world of action, which is the world of Tikkun, everything is in motion. The element of time creates distance and separation. Because of that we see differences in everything.
The light seems to be dressed differently in different levels and concealed under levels of Klipot.
King Solomon the author of Song of Songs said “I went down into the garden of nuts.” because he learned and knew how to break all the levels of Klipot in the world of Tikkun, which are תֹּהוּ וָבֹהוּ וְחֹשֶׁךְ וּתְהוֹם unformed, void, darkness and deep. They are against the four letters of the name YHVH.
That is why during his kingship the whole world was in total peace.
Each person experiences a different level of klipot, based on his actions. The Tikkun process may be different for each one but the light is always the same.