Tag: Tikune Zohar
Fifty gates were created for Binah. All of them were given to Moshe except for one. This is the secret of the Cholam without the Vav.
The final gate will be revealed in the final correction of Malchut. Moshe will be have the key to open this gate to bring the Light of Binah to Malchut as it was when Malchut elevated to Binah to have the shape of the vessel to be able to draw the Light on the Seventh (Shabbat, Sefirah, Shemita, etc.). The world is running in the cycle of seven. The basic cycle of seven times seven is forty nine. Forty nine is same numerical value for the word חולה “sick” in Hebrew and it related to the world of correction, our world.
When you visit a sick person and stand by his head you bring the missing dimension like the dot of the Cholam. This creates a link to fiftieth gate and help the person to get out of his sickness.
Moshe will come to “visit” our “sick” world to open the fiftieth gate and heal the ills with the Light of Binah.
The vessel will be in equality with the Light and that is the final correction. The Vav of Zeir Anpin, which is the Torah with 32 paths will be filled with Light. That is the secret of מת רפח. Out of 320 lights of creation, 288 broken sparks of light left for us to correct. The final 32 will be corrected by the Light of the Final Redemption delivered from the fiftieth gate through ZA by Moshe to bring Mashiach time.Read More
פתח את יודך ומשביע לכל חי רצון, “Open your hands and bring beneficent to all living desire”. The Holy Ari explains about verse from Psalms that when you change the “Nikud” (Vowels) on the word hands it reveals the word “your Yods י”.
The letter sequence that represent connection of the Light of the Creator between upper and lower, judgment אדני and Mercy יהוה, forms יאהדונהי.
When we open the sequence and take the two י, we have numerical value of twenty same as the small Gematria of פתח and that connects us to the Light of Keter of Chokmah. The middle six letters, אהדונה, are according to the Ari connect to Yesod, which is the gate and channel of Light to Malchut.
The sequence יאהדונהי, is known as the Amen sequence, that by mating together the revealed force of this world of judgment with the supernal name that represent mercy, the Light flows down. We are not allowed to pronounce this name, just scan it with our eyes.
To add the aspect of Mercy in a person’s life he can merge the higher name יהוה with his name.
For example for the name שמעון the combination will be ישהמועהון. For the name שרה will be ישהרוהה.
Meditating on this combination will inject mercy into the name and soul of the person.
The “Nikud” (the dots of the Hebrew letters) implies to the Light that comes from Chokmah and to the correction of the vessels. It is divided into three groups.
The upper dots included in the name Cholam וֹ, חולם The middle dots included in the name Shooruk,שורוק, the lower dots included in the name Chirik חיריק.
Those three group create three lines for right, left and central column to deliver the light of Chokmah to bring life to the vessels.Read More
At time of Creation, Malchut, restricted herself from receiving the Light. Also the lowers, that were created form Malchut, were not able to receive the upper lights.
The Creator elevated Malchut to Binah to receive from it’s light. When Malchut came to the same level she received the same shape, which is the letter ה.
At that moment Chokmah expanded to יוד, Binah to הא and Malchut the same as Binah הא. The א here is the original thought of creation with the original love that is used as power to elevate the emptiness of Malchut to Binah and connects the upper י with the lower י of the unification of Light and vessel. That is the י of יהוה and the י of אדני.
That created the 32 channels (numerical value of יוד־הא־הא) to Malchut. When Malchut distant itself again, the light stayed above and Z”A, ו, created by Binah to became the conduit for the Light of Binah to Malchut.
The vessel and the Light got connected. The tool that we received to connect it the Torah, which is our connection to Zeir Anpin, ו, the bridge of 6 to Shabbat, Binah.
(This section could be hard to understand but read it as many times as you can. Print it and use it as meditation card to connect to the seed of creation and the Light of the Torah)
The “Faithful Shepherd” (Moses), open and said to Ezikiel (the prophet), rise up from your sleep (state of death) and reveal here all the visions that you were shown. Those revealed to you with the concealed Light of the Supernal Father and Mother.
There are Lights revealed as shapes and those are from the level of Chokmah. The eyes are in the level Chokmah.
The Lights above it, is from the Endless, Bless be He and they are concealed and shapeless.
Cursed is the person that tries to give them shapes, because no thought can conceive the light of the Endless.
Even the Ezikiel that saw the Shechina in his vision didn’t see more that the unification of Z”A and Malchut, which is the secret of the ten Sefirot unifications.Read More
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