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The Divine Presence- The “Shechinah”
January 13, 2020, 12:57 pm
Filed under: 22 Holy Letters, Shechina-Divine Presence, Uncategorized

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One must try to always place himself before the Divine Presence, fulfilling this with trust and faith in God to such an extent that, as the sages say, one should always try to give more and more to God. This way, we are always coming closer to the Holy Blessed One, though, in essence. there is no closer or farther. for God fills and transcends all existence. and through it all is unchanging. Sometimes this giving to God may. in a way. be against our nature. but if we do this without retaliating, God does the same for us. 18 Rabbi Miller explains to us how Jacob discovered the gate of Heaven on earth among simple natural objects around him. Moses attained his lofty prophetic stature from seclusion in the desert. God revealed himself to all Israel on the mountain. The people of Israel wandered forty years in the wilderness to compensate for their urban dwelling in Egypt. While dwelling in the Promised Land, they lived a simple. natural life, dwelling in tents for centuries. It was not until the time of King Solomon that they turned to luxuries and this is the very thing that contributed largely to their downfall.
Repeatedly, the people of Israel have been despoiled of their possessions and compelled to live simple lives. The physical possessions of Israel throughout history seem to be separated from them as a lamb in season is sheared of its coat. Being denied places to live they were forced to seek. refuge in the bosom of nature (the Name Elokim).19 Yaakov in the Torah is called a simple man because he accepted whatever the Torah said with out any question, he did not complicate his life. We see that in the past. the path used by Israel to ascend to God has been living a life excluding what people today call luxuries, living a simple life. The ultimate expression of this elimination of physicality is found in the circumstance of Moses being alone with God on Mount Sinai for forty days and forty nights. Yet all Israel spent much time in the desert, away from the habitations of men. Such living allows the mind to be free from the burdens of material concerns and allows one to spend a great amount of time contemplating the greatness of the Creator. from Whom all life comes.

Rabbi Miller further shows us, concerning our way of life, that all one’s spirit. body, wealth, ability. and power are given to promote and preserve the world in righteousness and love. The earth is not ours, but we belong to the earth to respect it as Divine soil, and every one of its creatures is a fellow being to respect and love. As such. we endeavor to bring it closer to its goal according to the will of Elokim. These words indicate the sublime mission and lofty privilege of man.
18. Ibid. 295.
19. The Secret of Happiness 9.

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Counting that which is not Counted
May 22, 2009, 7:58 am
Filed under: 1/2 of a shekel coin, 22 Holy Letters, parzufim, scent | Tags: ,

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This weeks Haftorah  (The portions of the Bible God told the Prophets to have read in public on each Sabbath) begins “ And the children of Yisrael shall be as the sand of the sea that can not be counted or measured “ Yet right in the beginning of our parsha it says “Take the heads of all the congregation of all the children of Isreal by their families houses, numbering of them,  names of all the males by their skulls”.

Now it is known that a blessing does not rest on that which is counted. As the haftorah says “That can not be counted or measured “. At other times all Yisrael were counted by the 1/2 shekel coin each year donated to the Holy Temple in Adar. By doing this the people were never counted, only coins. But what about this counting of the people ?.  We learn from the Shalah Hakodesh in Sni Luchot HaBrit that blessings don’t rest on that which is counted when its measurement is intrinsically physical, being part of the material world. As such numbering by its nature creates limitation, but numbering in context of the spiritual worlds does not impose limitation. Numbers in the context of the spiritual worlds does not imply limitation as each such number advances towards great achievements. So here we don’t have counting as with physical things, but what we have here is as it states counting of “ gilgulatom “ (their skulls). In the Zohar it talks about the eminations from the “ gilgulata “ (skull) of parzufim (structures that eminate and reveal Divine energy). In this context  “ gilgulata “ refers specifically to the aspect of the  parzuf called Arich Anpin (long face), this parzuf is the place of emination and revelation of the will of God. Concerning the skull of  parzuf Atik Yamin (place where delight is eminated from) are great secrets which are seldom heard. Here we can find infinate wisdom. It was spoken concerning the skull by Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochi in the last moments of his life in a body on this earth at the idra Zuta. The final gathering of Rabbi Shimon and his companions of the Zohar. This we celebrated a short time ago and each year it is celebrated where he is buried in Maron with at least 200,000 people. It is the largest celebration Here in Aretz ha Kodesh.

From Rebbe Shimon we learn that the skull is full of dew, it contains a membrane that surrounds the brain and a atmosphere. To it is a beard of pure wool containing 13 attributes of Divine mercy. A forehead that functions as supernal will, a eye of providence that is eternally open. Nostrils of His nose to breath life force. The flow of chuchmah (Divine wisdom) is called scent. All wisdom of the world is from the nose of Arich. The beard is made of whats called dikna (conduits). When the dikna of parzuf Atik (place where delight is eminated from) are clear it illuminates the Dikna of parzuf Zier Anpin (Source of emination of the emotional soul) drawing down 13 passages of supernal oil (Divine wisdom). Then in the dikna of Z’a we find there are 22 tikuney dikna (conduits of corrective eminations). It is from there we draw out the 22 letters of the Holy tongue, 22 letters of the Torah and all creation.

So the counting here is more like a recognition of each isrealite being set aside for his supernal purpose from the powers manifest in the “ gilgulata “ (skull). As the shalah said concerning spirtual counting “Each such number advances towards great achievements”. Thus here Moshe is setting aside each individual in Yisrael by their “ gilgulata “ making them sanctified, separated and distinguishing each according to their distinct part in the Holy nation. As Holiness infers separation. So here moshe designates each individual of Yisreal destinguished at the “ gilgulata“ level (his powers, purpose). May it be from this act of moshe designating each individual of Yisreal distinguished at the “ gilgulata“ level (his powers, purpose) there should soon manifest the complete energy of redemption. With the revelation of our righteous Mashiach quickly in our days.