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Tikkun 69 – 46
Air and Fire are the voices that go up and with the ‘Pulse’ of life. Water and Earth that are the ‘heavier’ elements come down.
The angel Michael is the aspect of water, Gabriel is fire, Nuriel is air and Raphael is earth.
The letter Y י of the Name is the head. The two letters of HH הה are the two hands and the body is the Vav ו.
The lower H goes up with the הבל, ‘Vapor’ of the mouth and the upper H comes down. The Vav ו is the voice that is used by the two HH to produce the words that manifest through the mouth.
A word is מילה and פה is mouth. Both words have the same numerical value of 85.
The process of Creation was done by 10 sayings of ויאמר אלהים, “And God said…”. אלהים, ELHYN, numerically 86, is constructed by the letters א that is the seed of Creation and the 4 letters מילה, meaning ‘word’.
The Endless, Bless be He, formed the force of God, ELHYM, to create the world using words.
We have the power of the מילה, word and need to connect to the א Alef of the Creator to have the power to build our world.
Our prayers use the sacred words of the Bible. We use them as channels to follow the path to their source through the central column as we explained in previous articles.
The first Tzimzum that Endless did, created the first judgment, דין. The line of light that came down into the space created the spiritual worlds and the process for us. This allows us to ‘bridge’ “Heavens and Earth”, connect to the “Spirit of God” that was/is hovering over the water (Light, Torah) and bring the Light from heavens to earth.
The line formed the three columns with the words of God. We can connect back to it using the sacred words of our prayers.
The highest level of prayer is the Shema Yisrael that was mentioned many times on the Daily Zohar. It would be best if everyone learned it by heart like the Ana B’Koach and recite it three times a day, morning, evening and before going to sleep.