The month of Kislev (Mazal Keshet, Sagittarius) is the 9th month of the Hebrew year. This month is known for miracles because of the open channel of the Light of Yessod that is the 9th Sefira from Keter going down. On the 9th...Read More
The month of Kislev is known to have the energy of Light and miracles. It is the ninth month in the Hebrew calendar and it corresponds to the Sefira of Yessod, which is the ‘funnel’ of Light to the world. Knowing...Read More
Tonight, November 15, 2010, begins the 9th of Kislev, which ends tomorrow November 16, 2010 at sundown.
According to Kabbalah, this is the day that is at the level of Yessod of Yessod. People that were born in the first half of Kislev (Sagitarius) considered to be very lucky and successful in life. Especially if they born on the ninth day of the month.
The ninth hour begins at 2:20 am EST (New York), 2:25 am Tel Aviv time (calculated using Hebrew calendar system). The ninth minute is at 2:29am EST, 2:35 am Tel Aviv.
I hope I didn’t make a mistake in the calculation but in general it is a great day to connect to Joseph that is the chariot to the Sefira of Yessod, meditate on sustenance and share to activate the personal channel of Yessod to maximize your potential.
Read my article from last year about this day https://dailyzohar.com/?page_id=1393. Last year the 9th of Kislev was in the frame of the Jubilee year. The article includes a meditation suggestion.
Good Luck and blessings of success to all.Read More
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