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Tikkun 58 – 5
During the time of the Holy Temple, the high priest brought sacrifices to the altar in order to burn the Klipot. This act opened the channels for the light to have unification with the Shechina and bring flow of light to the world.
We pray three times a day to break the three Klipot. In the morning and afternoon we mention the sacrifices that were done in the Holy Temple in order to draw from that specific light and break the Klipot.
The evening prayer is for the central column and unification with the light. We remove the Klipot with the power of love that comes with the prayer of Shema Israel.
There are three types of Israelite souls, Kohen with the aspect of right column, Levy for left column and Israel for central column. When all come in Unity, it breaks the Klipot and the light can flow continuously to the world
We have three major holidays, Sukkoth, Passover and Shavuot when we are instructed to visit the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. These Holidays come after we break the Klipot and they give us the ability for higher connection and unification with the light.
We are coming now to the holiday of Rosh Hashanah. During the two days of the holiday we are judged for our negativity. We should cleanse ourselves to be ready to have judgment in our favor leaving very little light for the Klipa. On Yom Kippur we receive the verdict and on Sukkot we have the unification with the light and the process of drawing it into our life.
That is why on Sukkot it is beneficial to visit the Temple Mount or if you are far away, to make spiritual connection by looking at pictures of the place.