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The Torah and “YOU”



Look at the Torah as a personal teaching  see it’s meaning and resonance in your personal situation. In what ways does the the weekly parsha speak to your situation, today and your personal and our national redemption ? And with that knowledge what you going to do about it ?

Modern man is especially bothered by loneliness, so he finds many distractions. The phone is a big one. But in truth one is never alone.

All the Egyptians experienced the terror of a plague of darkness that could be felt. They could not move at all.  The darkness, imposed a rigid horrifying isolation upon the Egyptians. The Torah says  “they did not see one another.” (Exodus 10:23) All communication ceased. No one had family, friend, society to turn to all were completely and utterly blacked out alone.  Modern life’s distractions can easily black out Divine vision with its perpetual telephone calls, television,  constant appointments, business and social duties. These are a intrusion, a deliberate attack upon the  window of everyone’s  heart and soul. The “other side” does this so we don’t hear God’s personal calling. As with the young prophet Samuel, it is within himself that a man can hear the voice of God.

The Torah was revealed to Moses only because at Sinai Moses isolated himself from man and was only with God for forty days and forty nights –  Sinai was a place that “thick darkness ” (Exodus 20:17) Moses drew near to the thick darkness where God was. Moses received the Torah by virtue of the secret of Godly solitude.

Thus we need to  protect our sacred moments of solitude with zeal. Make creative opportunities to discover the voice of God that speaks in the depth of our souls. The God-like, solitude of the atmosphere of holiness.






an overview of


Including :1)The Owner’s Manual to Prosperity and the Soul for Hindus, Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Muslims and anyone else

2) “The Definitive Biblical phenomena”

3)The Souls speak

4)”The Owner’s Manual to the Soul” Part 1 The Gate

5)“The Owner’s manual to the Soul” Part 2 THE KABALLAH

6) “The Message”

7)The Book of the Angel Mattatro”n

8)“Book Of ELOHEME”

9)“Teffilin The Owner’s manual”


11)“The Divine structure of unfolding of Heaven and Earth”

12)”The book of “יהוה Yhv”h

13) “Markava”  The Divine chariot






December 22, 2013, 2:26 pm
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One cannot view God as

being so far above us so out

of reach that we cannot get

close to God. This spiritual

perspective is not workable.

When one places God

outside of their world as

remote and unreachable

they will have not motivation

to “come close to God”

Don’t lack anything
September 13, 2011, 10:52 am
Filed under: spiritual individuality

The written Torah is “awakening from Above”

The oral Torah is an awakening from below.

And together they are called, “six years he shall serve; and in the seventh he shall go out free.”  

The essence of the work is where there is resistance.  

Where there is concealment, there is resistance, and then there is room for work.  

Going from the mourning of concealment  

To a good day and joy

There are many states of ascents and descents

Places for reward.

Extend faith, call to “the gate to the Lord.”

Enter the King’s palace, the foundation.

The entire structure is built on faith.  

Without faith one will never find the Gate, the door.

With the strength extended from the past

Go from strength to strength.  

Each additional level of faith reveals more access to the Palace of the King.

As adding one brick upon another.

Enter the measure of friendship with the Creator that is complete.

The overflowing of the heart is the way.

Reveal from heart to mouth.

Then receive the Light of faith.

And be awarded the discernment of the  Torah.

The tongue of Moses.

Listen, the Holy Shechina is the beauty of her people.

Want it

Then prayer is upon thy lips to the end of the world to its end.  

The whole difference between Kedusha (Holiness) and the Sitra Achra (the other side), is “another God”.

The righteous is called beautiful because he bears fruit.

His prayers are answered.

While with the wicked their plans come to naught.

This is the meaning of the verse, “I have given to You one portion above thy brethren”

A potion of wisdom, but the important thing is action.

Real wisdom yields action.  

It creatively inspires.

All peace and love

To walk in the garden of Eden, the hidden world.

Also in the revealed world

he is given everything,  

by the way of wise disciples.

They unite, the camps of Josef  and Judah.

Every man whose heart makes him willing from Holiness.

he has given all his heart, for My offering.

To cleave to the Holy Shechina.

With gladness of his heart

Happy with this work of the Holy Shechina.


Of saboteurs of spirituality, 

Afflictions of the body that bring alien thoughts.

Sabotage to kill one’s spirituality.

This involves the prohibition of turning unto other gods.


Turning unto the other gods means to mate with the Sitra Achra (other side).


Opposite from the rule of Torah.

See its true essence.

And make the kingdom of heaven your point of devotion.

What you considered of little importance.

The concealed

The Creator created such a picture of Providence in himself.

He works above reason.

In Kedusha (Holiness)

There are much Torah and many Mitzvot.

They are not lacking anything !

Clarified in your mind
October 19, 2009, 9:12 am
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I watched the setting sun with peaceful intensity.

“I am supremely happy because I feel so close to God. I’m aware of the Holy presence of God.”

“Gods Holy presence is with you”

God’s majesty revealed reigning in His glory  exalted in His splendor, be awed by His sublime majesty and do His bidding with exquisite awareness

In ruling over nature, God’s greatness is not revealed very much

Hide and seek is the game of this world

There His His sublimity is revealed, of overwhelming experience

“Faith is evidence of reality not yet manifested. Faith is more than believing, it is a knowing, by knowledge that transcends your intellect but is a extension of it and more”

It is time to begin a new creation

Of all with God

You can

Continual recreation is continual

All depends on being created, and that creation must apply to every detail of the creation

Help the God make your world

The physical and the spiritual dimension of reality is renewed all ways

dimensions of life:  change

The spiritual dimensions of reality are being played out by the events of that time.

Make something of it

spiritual changes occur jumping from one spiritual state to the next

The changing spiritual dimension of reality constitutes the most important ingredient of creation.

Our experience – our thoughts and feelings, ideas, opinions and beliefs, values, hopes and goals, in short, spirituality – constitutes most of reality.

You would be surprised what you can make, and made !

elicit a new spiritual dimension of reality

and the world we live in will reward us with happiness, peace and plenty.

Anything is possible in the Divine will

So is the disastrous effects of departing from that path.

These ideas will be further clarified later in your mind

If you let it flow

Its all about Desire

We must correct ourselves and return from our lacking and our weakness1. We can fix our past errors right now in the present. All we need to do is change the way we think, feel and act from that which was or is in error. You need to make the difference. This correction  at the proper level causes even the evil mixed in our good to return to good. This will bring all the sparks of light that have not been “elevated” to a holy place. 2We must arouse complete returning so to seize in the source of one’s Soul. So to be able to kill in war his evil inclination.3

   God wants our hearts concerning this Isiah says :

                ” And God said, Since this people draw near me,  with their mouth, and with their lips honor me, but they have removed their heart far from me, and their fear of me is a commandment of men learned by rote. ”  (29)

. Great Holy men acquire divine creativity so to be able to war with their  evil inclination. Till their heart is empty of their evil inclination as it has been killed. This limits all kinds of desires and loves of this world. So that they will go to do the will of GOD in meditation and unification arousing a ruling creating many kinds of love and desire flaming from his heart. Like a man who burns in love. He has no love for things of this world. These things don’t occur to him at all.4 Desire is in partnership with the flow of Divine abundance that comes to his vessels. Desire comes from the world of Divine Emination (Atzilut). It is flow of “your God”. By this he cleaves in the voices. There comes to him desire of love to be covered in the wings of the Divine Presence, he receives anything from Supernal Wisdom So go in and ask for Divine creative Power in great desire, desire of your Soul (Nefesh). Ask so that you grow in comprehension unto all abilities. Preparations are necessary for Divine creative Power  of prophesy. You must work for this day and night. From the desire for Divine names. This is the intention. Choice love and desire. These are the general principles. The name of  Will and Delight (Keter) is to them all. It is the first cause close to thought that arrouses the movement to ask, arouse will and thought. These are one thing and are not separated. רצון(will) rises up in all levels till reaching the level calledחשק (desire) in all its completeness. חשק (desire) has no limit or end. It raises up thought from its beginning to completion. חשק is the end of all tiva (burning desire). It is a מופת(wonder). Devacut (cleaving) and חשק (desire) are one thing. One cleaves in חשק (desire). All this goes out from thought to actuality, then there is כח(power). The giving of חשק (desire) is a אות(spiritual sign) Through this there will be a אות (miraculous sign) in our צבא(hosts).  Then one can begin eating the herbs of the field. All the prayers of man his actions and “fixings” are accepted through this herb and there is accepted all that they do below. As it is invited from above. So it rises above. Behold the secret of the 72 names. They are the secret of the hachalot (Divine Palaces). All of them open to man according to judgment on his actions. There are many kinds of herbs and fruits. They are one level upon another. Till the upper navua (prophesy). With the herb of the field they can enter in peace and go out in peace.

  1. 1Pre Atz Chyim p.39
  1. 2Alp Bet Book p.136
  1. 3Petachy Chotam p.382
  2. 4Avodat Yisrael p.33

Chanukah part 4
December 25, 2008, 1:45 pm
Filed under: Chanukah, exile, sanctification, spiritual individuality

A mitzvah is a vessel for the love of Hashem. A pitcher holds water so has an intrinsic beauty to its form, yet with ornate engravings it becomes something to behold. If this thing is a mitzvah that has become beautified it is truly something to love. Each person needs to express themselves with in the mitzvot with the uniqueness of their Nashama, this is to discover ourselves, and Hashem’s great source of light within each of us.

It is a time to manifest עזות הקושה (brazenness of Holiness) against the “sitra achra” (other side). By this is the perfection of the mitzvot. It is by this that we become Holy, which means separate. Each of us establishing our own personal relationship with Hashem. As it say in Leviticus “sanctify yourselves and be holy “. This being sanctification in the permitted or separation. Such as cutting the bread slightly before blessing or doing a “Tynet debor” (fast of speech). Not speaking is equal to many fasts of food. It is the uniqueness of the individual that makes the ultimate fixing for the creation. It is this individuality that is the complete fixing against the exile of Edom. As they want conformity, a lack of individuality , every one to conform to a certain standardization. As taught by Rabbi Kahana in Pesicta Edom the offspring of Yavan (Greek values) tries to push Yisrael off the Torah path to conform to its values ” be like every one else “. The perfection of the commandments defeats the darkness of exile. It is this dedication that is required. Now lets look specifically at how the klipa (evil) of Yavan Edom attacks.

In the era of Chanukah the Greeks made laws forbidding observance  the Rosh Chodesh (new moon), Shabot ,and circumcision . Chodesh being sanctification in time, Shabot being sanctification in spirituality through action, and circumcision sanctification in the most physical our bodies. It is these institutions that Yavan chose to strike at as they are at the root of our service to Hashem. by observance of rosh chodesh we make known our time belongs to Hashem. With shabbot we realize the spiritual impact of our actions which we might have thought were in consequential, such as turning on a light. While the circumcision Yavan fought against actually represents the sanctification of Hashem with our bodies. That the most physical things we are involved in should be dedicated to divine will.

The Owner’s manual to the Soul- Part 1 -The Gate
June 27, 2008, 12:01 pm
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We learn in the holy writings of Rabbi Meir Leib, known as the Malbim, that both man and the Holy Blessed One

ride the same chariot. The Holy King sits in the great Chariot; He is the Soul of the World, guiding and sustaining it. The soul of man sits in the small chariot, guiding it by the same agency of free will that the King employs to guide the great Chariot; man’s soul is as free in its actions and how it guides the chariot as the Godly Soul of the world is free to employ Its will upon the pattern of the world. 1 Concerning this the Malbim further teaches that man was created as a blend of the material and Godly so that he is a charioteer of the whole

1. Malbim parsha Bereshith.

world, reflecting the physical and Godly aspects of its many realms. 2

Once we grasp the concept of our guiding the chariot of the world, we must find direction to guide us. For this, we may look in the Talmud, tractate Perek Shalom there, the sages teach that atonement is called “peace.” The Messiah’s first message will be peace. The covenant of priesthood was made with peace. For one who loves peace, pursues peace, gives the greeting of peace, and responds with peace, the Holy One causes him to inherit this world and the World to Come.3 All desire the life of this world and the World to Come. Why would anyone choose not to run forward in the way described above, guiding the chariot in peace? This difficulty is ex­plained in this manner: A man who cannot see that it is possible that things that are impossible to explain by our perceptions exist is as a worm spending its entire life deep within a radish thinking he has surrounded himself with the sweetness of life. Try to explain to Mr. Worm about going to an apple or a fig for sweetness of life. Many miss the path of peace because they stay in the same place just as the worm stays in the radish. The way of life is peace, but he that gives money out to loan on interest or takes interest will not wake in the resurrection of the dead, as stated in Pirkei d’Rebbe ELiezer. Such a one does not have peace and so does not share in the World to Come,4 as he does not share here except on interest. Concerning him the Prophet Ezekiel reveals, “He has given money at interest, he has taken interest-shall he live? He shall not live” (Ezek. IS: 13).

We must heed the words of the Torah, “Love thy neighbor as thyself, I am God” (Lev. 19:18). We should follow the

  1. Ibid. 167.
  2. Perek Shalom 59b.

4Pirkei d’Rebbe Eliezer, ch. 33

instruction of Rabbenu Bachyah, peace unto him, as he teaches us in Duties of the Heart: “Brother, it should be our duty to be ready for the appointed time and prepare ourselves for the distant journey to the other world from which there is no escape, and which we cannot avoid. We should think of provisions to take with us where we should meet our great Creator on the Great Day of Reckoning” 5 So as we are in the chariot of the world guiding a peaceful way, gaining provi­sions on the journey to the other world, a man must beware, as Rabbi Abba teaches us, that a man walks in this world thinking it is his perpetual possession and that he will reside here from generation to generation, but even when he walks he is being put in chains and while he sits he is being tied to the conclave with other prisoners. And like the worm in the radish, he believes this to truly be life. But we must take up our provisions, staying free. With this in mind, we cannot unknowingly, as described above, be put in chains.6 As simply put by Rabbi Yishmael in tractate Beitzah the Torah was given to Israel because they are intense and worth it. If they had not been given the law, no nation could withstand them.7 From this we see that one such as Israel must merit the way of peace known as the Torah, but that Israel’s merit is essential and required, or else the world cannot stand such an individual. The Holy One says in His Torah concerning Israel, “You must sanctify yourself and be holy” (Lev. 20:7). “You shall be a kingdom of priests, a holy nation to me” (Ex. 19:6). This is Israel’s role in the plan of creation. The world depends on its function, as the body depends on its heart or brain to function properly.

For the world to function properly, Israel must do its part.

  1. 5. Duties of the Heart 2:233.
  2. Zohar 3: 145a.
  3. Beitzah 25b.

To explain this idea further, we can look to the teaching of Rabbi Chayah, of blessed memory, as he explains in the holy Zohar that the only aim and object of the Holy One placing man in this world is so that he can know and understand the Name of the Creator, Havaya (YHWH) is Elokim-meaning, the Lord is God.8 Thus the cycles of nature, which are regulated by the Name Elokim, do not become destructive because the world cannot withstand such an individual but, instead, one guides the chariot the soul of the world in the way of peace so that the Name Havaya, the Personal Providence of the Blessed One, is united with the emanation known as Elokim (revealed as the forces of nature), directing them in a peaceful way.

With the help of the Holy Ancient One, later we will try to understand the depth of these matters as much as is permit­ted and can be known. In this matter of raising ourselves and the creation closer to the Personal Providence and supervi­sion of YHWH (the Name Havaya), we learn from Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi in his Chassidic sefer Tanya that by concentration on words of Torah and meditation, one can truly express the Holy Speech with his lips and breath. Doing this, we draw down light of the Ain Sof, the infinite quality of the Creator. unto the vivifying soul that dwells in the ‘blood that is common in all living things and is sustained by the ingestion of mineral, vegetable, and animal matter, all these being elevated as they are absorbed in His Blessed Unity. This is the purpose of the descent of the worlds, and this is the essence of man’s intent in his service of the Creator-that is, to draw the infinite light of the Ain Sof down below,9 ulti­mately fulfilling the words of the Holy Blessed One. Rabbi Yudan said in the name of Rabbi Meir in the

8.Zohar2:161b    9.Tanya 261

  1. Midrash Rabba Song of Songs 113.
    1. 11. Duties of the Heart 2:223,
    2. 12. 12.Pesikta d’Rabbi Kahana, supplement 5

Midrash of The Song of Songs that the Holy Blessed One said to Israel, “Follow my oath and I will make you as the heavenly hosts.” 10

Concerning reaching this goal of becoming as the host of heaven, Rabbenu Bachyah tells us that it is our duty to use diligence and effort for the improvement of our noble souls, which are immortal, and whose interests we have been charged to manage. Turn from superfluities of this world and busy yourself with what you will need in the end; spiritual possessions remain yours and no one may take them. 11 Only with this foresight may we raise ourselves from our coarse physical natural awareness to gain a higher divine under­standing of reality-ultimately gaining, as Rabbenu Bachyah spoke, spiritual possessions, so that ultimately the Creator’s Will can be fulfilled as stated previously, that we become as the hosts of heaven.

A necessary awareness that always helps us to see ways to raise ourselves all the time, all the days of our lives, we learn from Rabbi Kahana in the Pesikta as he teaches that those who mourn over the Holy Temple and yearn and wait for God to rebuild it will then rejoice in the Torah. 12 It is by this sense of loss, the awareness of the greater purpose in this world, that one can continually be motivated to bring back into the world the Divine awareness for all to see and share, this time in much greater force. Once one can see beyond the veil, the limiting physical awareness of the universe, then he can behold the divinity of the Torah, the blueprint of creation, bringing rejoicing in each letter like the host of heaven as they learn in the upper worlds.

With Divine purpose directing our ways in this world one can avoid the most common pitfall, as Rabbi Schneur Zalman

explains, when the innermost part of the heart-that part whose desire to serve the Creator comes from above intellec­tual motivation-becomes vested in its corresponding oppo­site, namely the soiled garments of mundane matters and worldly desires that are referred to as Babylon. Then this innermost Divine aspect is said to be in a state of exile and captivity, and this is the state of the exile of the Shechinah. 13 Its opposite is the revelation of the Shechinah, when one does not forget his purpose but actually spends time in the awareness of spiritual matters, ever yearning for a greater day. In acquiring this awareness, we are not to shun all material things; this is not necessary to separate ourselves from Babylon.

God describes the proper path in the thoughts of Rabbenu Bachyah, as from him we learn that, concerning material things, one must select those that promote physical pleasure and material well-being, but only to the extent of that which is absolutely needed and sufficient, rejecting excess or those things that will turn his heart away from his Creator. He will see the world and its possessions as only a means of providing for his appointed day, his later end. He will take only that which will accompany him on his journey and to this end will he labor with all his might. For his earthly needs, he will work as one works for others, in moderation, only to the extent absolutely necessary. 14 It is important to find the proper level of participation and our true needs while in our sojourn here.

To discover our true spiritual needs, that which we must find, Rabbi Shneur Zalman teaches that one with a soul that is contaminated from the sins of youth will need to make a forceful effort, greatly exerting oneself with much vigil and toil

  1. 13. Tanya 402.
  2. Duties of the Heart 1 :295.

and intense concentration, immersing oneself in the great­ness of God for a considerable time, to reach awareness of the lower fear (awe, not fear of punishment). 15 It is through this intense concentration, and the fear it arouses, that one can begin to see his true need. Pushing aside that which is superfluous does not help to meet this end.

Another force that must accompany this fear of God. if one is to reach elevated consciousness, is faith. belief in the way of the law of the holy Torah, for without this one cannot approach the holiness of Divine service, as we learn from the words of Rabbi Shimon in tractate Menachot, where he teaches that a person who does not believe in the (priestly) service has no portion in priesthood. 16

Not only does one need to believe in the way of observance of the Torah, but also one must trust in the Holy Blessed One in all other things as well. Rabbenu Bachyah explains that if one puts his trust in anyone or anything other than God, God removes his providential care from that individual and leaves him in the power of the one he trusted. In describing this trust, Rabbenu Bachyah states that trust is the tranquility of the soul in the one he trusts.17 Since God has everything under his control. all who truly trust in Him are taken under the protection of the wings of the Shechinah, which provides all their needs, as all is His to distribute at will. With this lack of lacking, there can be nothing but tranquility of soul before the Divine Presence.

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.