Daily Zohar – Tikunim – # 684 – The three hands of God
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Tikkun 55 – 8
(Continue from previous Daily Zohar)
The writing on the tablets connect us to two hands of God. The right hand, described as יד הגדולה “The Great hand” is represented by the names of God
יהו”ה אֱלֹהֵינ”וּ, יהו”ה.
The left hand, is described as יד החזקה “The strong hand” with the names
כוז”ו במוכס”ז כוז”ו.
These two hands represent the building force of YHVH in this world.
Each ‘hand’ has 14 letters, exactly as the number of bone segments in the fingers of each hand. (Two in the thumb and three on each of the other four). In both hands we have 28 elements, same as the numerical value of the word כח that means ‘power’.
The third hand is called יד רמה “Elevated hand” with the names
יהו”ה יוֹ”ד ה”א וא”ו ה”א.
writing is כתב and the Zohar explains that the three letters are initials for כתר Keter, תורה Torah and ברכה Blessing. The sacred writings connect us to the seed level (Keter), to the blessing that comes from the Torah. As explained in previous Daily Zohar, it brings us freedom from chaos.
Below is Moses’ sword that God empowered him with, to take the Israelites from bondage to freedom.
The Zohar reveals to us that there is a fourth hand that used to be with the Israelites until they made the sin of the Golden Calf. This hand represented the receiving power of the three hands above. The name of this hand is
אהי”ה אל”ף ה”א יו”ד ה”א.