Tag: Lag B’Omer
The purpose of this study is to strengthen our vessels and increase the capacity of light that we can draw from the Light of Rabbi Shimon that is revealed on Lag B’Omer or any other day. Lag B’Omer is the Hillulah...Read More
The title of this page is taken from a song about the greatness of Rabbi Shimon. Today we celebrate the death anniversary of Rabbi Shimon who brought the Zohar to the world. At the same time we celebrate the birth of the Daily...Read More
Lag B’Omer is the death anniversary of Rabbi Shimon. This day is well documented in the book of the Idra Zuta.
On that day fire surrounded the house of Rabbi Shimon. We read that story many times before but didn’t stop to ask. Why? Why fire? What was its purpose? How it is affect us and our connection to Rabbi Shimon on Lag B’Omer. I will explain the issue of fire later down the page.
This article is an introduction to the Idra Zuta. A holy section of the Zohar that describe the last day of Rabbi Shimon on earth. He planned his departure from this world to the detail. He created for us a door to the supernal and left us the key to open that door.
The special event called Lag B’Omer or the thirty third day of the Omer is the death anniversary of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai. It is not a simple holiday. It is a day when the gates of heavens are open.
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Download the Idra Zuta here: <a href=”https://dailyzohar.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/IdraZuta-DailyZohar.pdf”>https://dailyzohar.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/IdraZuta-DailyZohar.pdf</a>
There are many parts of this article that may be difficult to understand for a person new to Kabbalah and the Zohar. But the more you repeat reading it it will be clearer and more important, it will be part of your soul.
The special event called Lag B’Omer or the thirty third day of the Omer is the death anniversary of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai.
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