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Tikkun 64 – 8
“וַיִּקָּחֻהוּ–וַיַּשְׁלִכוּ אֹתוֹ, הַבֹּרָה; וְהַבּוֹר רֵק, אֵין בּוֹ מָיִם”
“and they took him, and cast him into the pit–and the pit was empty, there was no water in it.”
The Zohar quotes this verse from the story of Joseph who was thrown into the pit where there is no water.
There are people that live in places where there is no light of Torah. Their home becomes full of negative angels that bring chaos and suffering to the people living there.
There are people that live in peace and happiness because of their knowledge of the secrets of the light.
A person’s dwelling place is also the base of his Tikkun process. Everything in it reflects his correction and to ease the Tikkun process one should make his home a place for the light. Negative elements should never be allowed in and if it so happens, then the home should go through immediate cleansing. Having a clean and tidy home is not just to please the eyes but also to remove possible negativity from clinging to us or preventing a negative opening to rush through and bring chaos.
Before a house is bought, it should be checked for its previous tenant’s history. In many cases we buy a home for life time.
If the negative history is discovered later, then the home should go through change. There are many things to do but the two major elements in the house to redo are the kitchen, where we transform physical energy to spiritual and the bedrooms where we go to sleep and the soul ascends to get charged with energy of life.
In hard cases it is better to break down inner wall(s) and rebuild them with the consciousness of disconnecting from the ‘history’ of the place and renew the energy in positive ways. Needless to say that the Zohar should be an active dweller in the house.
These rules apply to car purchases, business and everything that is part of our lives.