Daily Zohar – Tikunim – #604 – The Great Lily
Click here to listen to the Daily Zohar [audio:https://dailyzohar.com/wp-content/uploads/audio/dz604.mp3|titles=Daily Zohar 604]
Tikkun 38 – 1
בְּרֵאשִׁית, “In The Beginning” God created…”.
The light of the Torah is the YHVH name and it is described as a Lily. It has five inner leaves and five outer leaves. They represent the two letters Heh of the YHVH name. The stem is the Vav and the Yod is like an apple at the top. The Zohar describes it as a king’s wand.
When we are in exile, meaning farther from the Light, the Lily is closed. In the Final Redemption the Lily will open with five lights. The word for light, אור appears five times in the story of Creation.
At this time the Lily is decorated with the light of the Torah and dressed with the four letters of the YHVH that is represented by the four white garments of the High Priest. Other four garments are also of the High Priest and they represent the four letters of ADNI. The two names is the aspect of the complete unification of the light and vessel that will happen in the Final Redemption.