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Kabbalah Secrets; Digging out the hidden codes and teaching of kabbalah - Part 11

The 13 Rungs of the Heavenly Ladder

What is the measure of love? There are many romantic and philosophical answers to that question, but Kabbalah traces all answers to their roots and love in Hebrew is Ahava (EHBH) of numerical value 13, in Kabbalistic tradition, a lucky number. Tracing the number 13 back to its spiritual source, we see that there are 13 letters in the 3 iterations of the spelled out letter Yud (Y), the first letter in the ineffable Name of G-d, the YHVH, connecting to divine wisdom (Chochma) at its highest level. Y YVD YVD VYV DLT Together these 13 letters that create an expansion on the highest aspect of G-d’s Name add up to 506, the numerical value of Ahavat Chinam, unconditional love. According to the Arizal, spelling out, or filling out a Name adds power (koach) to that Name.  506 is also the complete value of Moshiach Ben David (the Messiah) and is also deeply associated with the Ana B’koach (42 Letter Name of G-d). It’s no coincidence that the all-important 13 verses of the 10 Commandments begin in Exodus 20:2 with a 13-letter phrase of G-d saying, “I am God, your Lord (Anochi Adonai Elohaycha, ENCY YHVH ELHYC).” Or that the Torah gives us the 13 Attributes of Mercy, showing us G-d’s unconditional love, amongst other special gifts (yet another article). ו  וַיַּעֲבֹר יְהוָה עַל-פָּנָיו, וַיִּקְרָא, יְהוָה יְהוָה, אֵל רַחוּם וְחַנּוּן–אֶרֶךְ אַפַּיִם, וְרַב-חֶסֶד וֶאֱמֶת. 6 And the LORD passed by before him, and proclaimed: ‘The LORD, the LORD, God, merciful and gracious, long-suffering, and abundant in goodness and truth; ז  נֹצֵר חֶסֶד לָאֲלָפִים, נֹשֵׂא עָו‍ֹן וָפֶשַׁע וְחַטָּאָה; וְנַקֵּה, לֹא יְנַקֶּה–פֹּקֵד עֲו‍ֹן אָבוֹת...

The Simple Hamotzi; Not So Simple.

Hamotzi, the blessing over bread should be recited all year with the exception of Pesach (Passover) in order to elevate the holy sparks in our meals amongst other divine reasons. But, in Kabbalah we strive to make even higher connections whenever we can by educating ourselves on what we’re actually doing and connecting to it through the hidden technology that most people take for granted. According to the Arizal, there is a right way to do the blessing and it’s pretty simple. We won’t go into all his other meditations, as most people would find them far to cumbersome. I mean, he had 15 minutes of meditations just to wash his finger tips after the meal.  The washing is recommended, as he explained that there is a negative force that hovers over tables and by washing our fingertips we disconnect from it.  That negative force is also somewhat responsible for malevolent conversations that break out from time to time, G-d forbid. It is also one of the reasons it’s not recommended to sit on a table at any time. Nevertheless, back to the hamotzi. The right way, according to Arizal, is to place all 10 fingers on the bread when reciting the 10 words of the blessing.  What you’re actually doing then is connecting to the 10 sefirot (dimensions) of the universe, especially if you recite the sefirot in your head when placing your fingers upon the bread. Simple, right? Sure, and easy too. So let’s see what else there is. Eser, spelled Ayin-Shin-Resh (AShR) is the Hebrew word for 10, as in the 10 sefirot and as in...

The Source of the Ana B’Koach

To clarify my last article about us being the kings of our kingdoms, the Creator would always be above the King, at least 1000 infinite levels above and beyond. That was the whole point of the article.  Kingdom, Malchut is the lowest of the levels, which is why we can create an illusionist world within it. The very elements we build our world with (physicality) are filled with negative husks (klippot) that suck on the remnants of the original destroyed world of the 8 kings/kingdoms of Tohu.  It is the lack of Light that inspires us to create and it is the little light we do get that we use to create with.  The secrets shared below help us to tap into that light and to draw nearer to it. The Ana B’koach, is the 42-Letter Name of G-d that bridges Heaven and Earth, carrying our prayers upward and drawing down the spiritual dew that transforms our reality in seemingly miraculous ways. In fact, according the Arizal, no prayer can be elevated with it, which is one reason why it is so crucial to our existence and spiritual well-being. The 42 Letters of the Name are divided into 14 triplets, which are independently found 506 times throughout the Torah, and by no coincidence 506 is also the value of the first line (6 letters) of the 7-stanza ladder that defines the structure of the Name.  The 42-Letter Name is really a 7 x 6 matrix, just like the dimensions of the Gate of 42 that stands guard right outside the Holy of Holies in the Future Holy Temple, as...

The Deepest Secret of Kabbalah Explained

A while back I wrote an article titled The Deepest Secret of Kabbalah. In it, I revealed that whatever we truly desire in life we can have and we are only limited to the extend that we don’t truly desire it. And that is as true today in this highly complicated world as it was thousands of years ago. The understanding here is that those that have special things in their lives have it because they truly desired it–even if it came to them relatively easily–and those that don’t, it’s because they only gave lip-service to those things.  Being jealous about something or even obsessed with it, is not true desire for that object, it’s just a desire to complain about it. Here’s how it works. All students of Kabbalah know that there are 10 (or 11 including the reservoir called Da’at) sefirot which comprise the dimensional structure of the universe and each of these have 10 sub-sefirot.  They also know that these are hierarchical from Keter (crown) at the top to Malchut (kingdom) at the bottom.  But why Kingdom at the bottom? Here is another powerful secret, we are all architects of our own world; we are the kings of our Kingdom.  To the extend that you grasp this in your heart, you will be able to not only understand life, but take control over it, and thus achieve your true desires. It’s commonly believed in Kabbalah that we are at the bottom of the tree-of-life (Malchut of Malchut), vessels receiving only reflected filtered Light from above. And that’s not wrong.  Neverthless, the Arizal also said we are...
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