Daily Zohar – Tikunim – # 937 – The master embroider
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Tikkun 70 – 42
From Ohr Hachama by Rabbi Avraham Azulai
If among the forehead lines we find breaks, then they represent flaws in the root of a person’s soul. The flow of light from Chokmah is considered interrupted. That person can be easily confused or can pass judgments on others. Without a strong thread to Chokmah, a person falls to the ‘gravity’ of Malchut. Such a person also doesn’t keep secrets and loves to gossip.
These kinds of lines indicate deep thoughts and wisdom. The arches are like ‘pulled’ up by the light of Chokmah.
A person with a small and round forehead is wise and smart. He has a sensitive soul and acts with mercy. He would have wider interest in many things and can be great in Torah study,would love to be in peace and joy.
“לֹא-נִכְחַד עָצְמִי, מִמֶּךָּ: אֲשֶׁר-עֻשֵּׂיתִי בַסֵּתֶר; רֻקַּמְתִּי, בְּתַחְתִּיּוֹת אָרֶץ”
“My (YHVH) essence was not hidden from you, All that I was made in concealment, embroidered in the lowers of earth.”
This is a verse with a lot of deep meanings but for our discussion, it reveals that the concealed light of Chokmah is revealed in the lower levels like embroidery on a plain surface. Every line on the forehead represents different aspect of the light of Chokmah. This light is the seed of man (Adam) and includes within it the past and the future.