Power of the Shema, Part II – The Shechina

The deeper the secrets, the more important they are. The Shema Israel prayer is the most well known and widely recited Jewish prayer, yet most people recite it without a clue to its many secrets and the power that these can unleash.  In this series, we hope to change that and fulfill my teacher’s wishes  that we make them available to everything in order to help bring about the tree-of-life reality, the world beyond illusion.

In Part II we’d like to continuing revealing the secrets about the initial 6 word refrain that begins the prayer.

“Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is One” — is perhaps the most famous of all Jewish sayings.

For a fuller introduction to the prayer see the article by Aisha Torah on the Shema Yisrael , as we’re going to jump right in. You can find Part I of the Shema and Moshiach Ben David, here.

Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is One

The last word of the 6 word verse is Echad (EChD) of numerical value 13, the same as the word Ahava (love) and connected to the 13 attributes of G-d.  It means One, as in the indivisible number 1, as in unity for all Israel (Col Ysrael), and most importantly, as in Oneness with G-d and the universe.

The importance of the last attribute mentioned above is further strengthened by the knowledge that the ordinal value of Echad is also 13, making the complete value of the word Echad(One) 26, the same as the Tetragrammaton (YHVH), ineffable name of G-d. The Lord is One; the Lord is YHVH.

Please notice that the 18 words of the 13 attributes of G-d begin with the double YHVH, matching the twin YHVH’s found in the Shema’s initial 6 word verse.

This is no coincidence. So if we consider they complete value of the word Echad as that of the YHVH, fully 1/2 of the this verse is the unpronounceable Name: YHVH.

And if we sum their standard gematria value (YHVH, YHVH and Echad) we get 26 + 26 + 13 = 65, the numerical value of Adonai, the pronounceable aspect (counterpart) of the YHVH, thus completing the all-important unification of Zeir Anpin and Malchut (Heaven and Earth if you will) and/or of G-d and the Shechina, the make and female aspects of G-d.

This is the spiritual unification, which if injected into out lives and our daily dealings will help bring about the end of exile and the final redemption.

This is why the complete (ordinal plus standard gematria) value of the initials of all 6 words is 385, the numerical value of the Shechina, the female or earthly (divine presence) aspect of G-d.  It is also one of the reasons why the Shema verse begins with the letter Shin from Shechina (ShCYNH) and ends with Dalet or numerical value 4, kabbalistically signifying the 4 letters of the YHVH. Yet another reasons is that their ordinal value (Sh, 21 and D, 4) is 25, representing the 25 letters of the verse, and the exact 4th root of the number of Words, Verses, and Letters of the Torah, 58 or 390, 625. (see The Genesis Prayer for details).

Also, 390,625 is the numerical ultimate unification of G-d as 390 is the value of H’ShCYNH and 625 is the value H’CTR or “the Shechina” and “the Keter (Crown, or Crowning dimension of G-d).”

Please note further that it is also not a coincidence that YHVH, YHVH and Echad) or 26 + 26 + 13 parallels the end-of-days prophecies of Daniel: Times Time and half a Time.

By the way, it’s also no coincidence that the initials of the 13 attributes (not the 18 words) add up to exactly 358, the numerical value of Moshiach, the Messiah.

There are no coincidences in the Torah, only blessings. But we have to choose to see them.  Once we do, we’ll also be able to see past the illusions of our world and that it do is comprised only of blessings. This will bring about the transition into the tree-of-life.

B”H, May we all be open to receive the blessings,

The first day in the Torah is called Echad, אחד, meaning one, instead of rishon, ראשון which would have paralleled the other 6 days of creation.  Rishon, numerically could be said to equate to Moshiach but we weren’t meant to start off with Moshiach. We were meant to earn it. And as we pass the date 1/1/11 we begin anew with Echad, counting through the final 7 years, mimicking Creation. If you look for signs you will find them; if you look within you will find G-d.  Be One.

To See…

We’ve spent a great deal of time delving into the secrets of the Torah and increasing our awe of G-d (Hashem) and his unbelievably perfect and complex works. And we just recently explained that speaking and listening and “seeing” with the heart is the key to taking that awe and extending it to all His creations, and thus to truly become one with them and thus Him. That combination will elevate us to a very high level, but it takes one more ingredient to bring Mashiach. And that is CERTAINTY.

The word for certainty in Hebrew, Veda’ut (VEDEVT) has the numerical value of 418, like that of the spelling of the letter chet, the 8th letter, representing the Brit (Covenant), and the connection to all the significant Biblical dates, as we’ve seen in The Divine Calendar. But when we add the kolel for the 6 letters in the word, we get 424, the numerical value of Moshiach Ben David—a hint of what certainty can really bring us.

When we add the numerical value of “unconditional love,” Ahavatchinam, 506 to 424, we get 930, as in the 930 years of Adam, which we know from the sages is deliberately 70 years less than 1000, and moreover, that 70 is the numerical value of Sod (secrets), as in the deeper Torah, and the 70 faces of the Torah as described by the sages. Therefore, the sefira of Keter, the highest possible crowning level (dimension), or 1000, is achieved by combining the deeper study of Torah (Sod Torah) with unconditional love and certainty.

So what is certainty? We’re not taking about having certainty in what we’re doing, or that what we’re doing is the right thing, or that we will succeed in what we are doing, but certainty that G-d is behind it all and that He wants the best for us at all times. And it is the certainty that when we go through rough times, G-d is there to see us through them and to help us out of them. But, of course, we must have certainty, and then we will be able “to see” our way clear.

Last week’s Torah, portion is Reah, meaning “to see.” In the first paragraph of the portion of Reah, after telling us that if we follow His ways, we will have all the blessings, we are told to have certainty that there is only one G-d and one spiritual path.

Devarim 11:28 “The curse [will come] if you do not obey the commandments of God your Lord, and you go astray from the path that I am proscribing for you today, following other gods to have a novel spiritual experience.”

This goes for our individual lives and also for our collective life that spans all humanity and all generations. Tehilim (Psalm) 107 is about giving thanks to the Lord for delivering us from desolation, captivity, sickness, and the sea. It is about delivering us from the 4 exiles that have spanned the generations for 5778 years.

We’ve discussed in numerous articles that the sum of all the positive integers through 107 is 5778, and that there are 54 portions in the 5 Books of Moses, the Torah, and that our brains operate on a frequency of 54 pulses per minute, and moreover, that 54 x 107 = 5778, so let’s look at Psalm 107 and Isaiah 54 to see what, if anything, they might have to do with 5778, the date the tzaddikim have suggested for the arrival of H’Moshiach (the Messiah).

The number 107, or in Hebrew KTz, can also represent the word Zak (KTz) meaning purify, or Zek, to chain (link) together, as in linking together the 107 integers that add up to 5778.

Psalm 107, the first in the 5th Book of Psalms, written by King David, whose 70 year life marked the exact midpoint from Adam to 5778, begins with the verse “Hodu l’Adonai Ki Tov Hi L’Olam Chasdo,” which has the gematria value of 402 and with its 24 letters, it has a total value of 426-2 (kolel) = 424, the numerical value of Moshiach Ben David.

The verse translates to “Give thanks to Hashem for He is good for forever endures His kindness.”

Before we break down the verse, we should note that the first letters of the first 4 of the 43 verses in this Psalm, (YHVT) also add up to 424, when adjusted for the kolel, and initials of the first 5 verses spell our Yud Torah (Y-TVRH), and add up to 620, the numerical value of Keter, when adjusted for the kolel, as in the 62 yuds(Y) of numerical value 10 each in the 10 Commandments (Utterances), which was the last time we stood before the offering of the Tree-of-Life reality.

That said, the middle 3 words of this 7 word semi-symmetrical verse add up to 77, and the final word has the numerical value of 78, which seems to spell out 5778, starting with the 5th Book, 7 words, 77 value in the middle, and ending with 78 as in the initials of the Tree-of-Life (YZ, ChYYM).

And speaking of symmetry, while the standard gematria value of the verse is 402, the ordinal value of the 24 letters is 204. And while the last 2 words add up to 814 in gematria sofit, which is the numerical value of the paraphrased verse “Love thy neighbor as thyself,” the other 5 words add up to 148, a reshuffling of the digits in 814.

As explained in prior articles, the arrival of Moshiach and the final redemption in the end of days is the complete union of the 6 dimensions of Zeir Anpin with that of our dimension Malchut, also known as the fusion of the Names YHVH with Adonai (EDNY).

So to grasp what this means (intellectually, for we must then process it through our hearts). (YHVH + EDNI) = YEHDVNHY = 91, the numerical value of Amen, but when we spell out the 8 letters in (YHVH + EDNI) or YEHDVNHY and add them up we get 232 for the 4 aspects of the Tetragrammaton (YHVH) and 671 for Adonai (EDNY) spelled out ELP+DLT+NVN+YVD as explained by the Arizal. And 232 + 671 = 903, which is immediately recognizable as the sum of all the positive integers through 42, and as always, it’s a connection to the 42-Letter Name of G-d that is the Tree-of-Life and that fuses Zeir Anpin with Malchut, and as the sages tell us, is as necessary for bringing about the geula (final redemption) as it was for bringing about Creation and the Torah.

But when we add 671 (the fully expressed Adonai) to 107, we get 778, as in 5778.

671 + 107 = 778. And, of course, 107 + 65 (the simple Adonai) = 172, the numerical value of Ekev, the Torah portion before Reah, and the word heel, as in the heel of Adam, which is what the sages tell us is our generation, the last one before the final opportunity to reach the Tree-of-Life reality.

As it states in the Midrash, “His heel threw a shadow on the orb of the sun.” Since we know the surface temperature of the sun is 5778 K, we have another cryptic allusion to the generation of heel connecting Malchut (heel) with the Sun (Zeir Anpin) in 5778.

Now, as for Isaiah 54, read as the Haftorah portion along with Reah, we see what the Lord says about the end of days, about what will come after we’ve brought the secrets of the Torah into out hearts and shared our love unconditionally, and reached out with certainty and after we have given thanks to the Lord for our deliverance:

Isaiah 54:11

“Unhappy, storm-tossed one, uncomforted!” Recall that Tehilim (Psalm) 107 is about giving thanks to the Lord for delivering us from desolation, captivity, sickness, and the sea.

Isaiah 54:11-17

“Unhappy, storm-tossed one, and disconsolate!

I will set your stones in fair colors,

And lay the foundations with sapphires.

I will make your pinnacles of rubies,

Your gates of precious stones,

And your walls of precious gems.

And all you children will be taught about God;

Great will be the peace of your children.

In righteousness you will be established.

You will be far from oppression,

For you will not fear,

And you will be far from ruin,

For it will not come near you.

They may gather to attack you, but it will not be from me;

Whoever comes to fight you shall fall because of you.

Behold, it is I who created the smith who blows the coals beneath the forge,

And makes a weapon for his work.

I have also created the ravager to destroy.

No weapon that is formed against you shall prosper,

And you will condemn every tongue that rises against you in judgment.

This is the heritage of God’s servants, and their due reward from Me,

Says God.”

Rosh Chodesh Elul is almost upon us. This an important moment in the coming of the Messiah, and the shifting of the world consciousness that has already begun. On this 3321st anniversary of Moses’ re-ascension of Mt Sinai to bring back the second set of tablets, as the Shofar sounds we must begin our work of tshuva, and go back into time, back into our hearts to remove all the blockages that is keeping the awe in our heads, and that is keeping us from expressing the unconditional love that is at the basis of our souls, and thus keeping us from knowing the certainty that comes from being One with G-d.

We have much work to do, but a glorious future to embrace. Now is the time to give thanks.
With love,
Ezra

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The YHVH and the Final Redemption

G-d’s timing can be found in His Name for He and His Name are One. His Wisdom is boundless, yet it’s there right in front of us for all to see, and always has been.

According to the Zohar Pinchas 293, “…For the Holy One, blessed be He, and His Shechinah are voice and speech of every angel, and in every voice and speech of Torah, and in every voice of prayer, and in each single precept, and in every place of His rule, among upper and lower beings. He is the life of everything. He carries everything.”

And in the Zohar Pinchas 294, the spirit of Moses, known as the Faithful Shepherd, continues, “Just as there is no speech without voice and no voice without speech, so there is no Adonai without the Yud Hei Vav Hei [YHVH]…”

Nothing exists or happens without the YHVH thus one would expect there to be much wisdom to be gleaned from it, and indeed all wisdom can be gleaned from it, but even just superficially, we can see and understand how the timing of the geula (final redemption) can readily be seen shining on it’s surface, much the way the Sun’s surface (known to the kabbalists as Zeir Anpin) burns at 5778 K, the perfect temperature to give life to the Earth.

There are 4 spelled-out aspects of the Tetragrammaton, corresponding to 4 spiritual levels:

Chochma (YVD HY VYV HY) of numerical value 72

Binah (YVD HY VEV HY) of numerical value 63

Zeir Anpin (YVD HE VEV HE) of numerical value 45

Malchut (YVD HH VV HH) of numerical value 52

And as you can see there are 9 letter Yuds in the expanded Name, with the letter Yud(Y) being the spiritual seed of the entire YHVH..

And as we’ve explained in The Genesis Prayer and in several articles already: 9/(the 42-Letter Name) = the 70 faces of the Torah + Pi (3.1415926)

9/.123049… = 73.141593

So how surprising is it that when we individually divide the 4 aspects of the YHVH by the number 9, representing the 9th sefira (dimension), that of Chochma/Wsidom, we get:

Chochma 72 72/9 = 8

Binah 63 63/9 = 7

Zeir Anpin 45 45/9 = 5

Malchut 52 52/9 = 5.778

Total: 232 25.778

It’s pretty clear that there is a message within this wisdom.

But if we take the results one step further:

Chochma 72/9 = 8 we get 8/72 = .11111…

Binah 63/9 = 7 we get 7/63 = .11111…

Zeir Anpin 45/9 = 5 we get 5/45 = .11111…

Malchut 52/9 = 5.778 we get 6/52 = .1153846153846…

Or alternatively:

80/72 = 1.11111111

70/63 = 1.11111111

50/45 = 1.11111111

60/52 = 1.153846153

The series of 1’s obviously represents unity, but while there are exactly 115.3846 jubilee years from Adam through 5769 (2009 CE), which just happens to be 9 years prior to 5778 (2018 CE), the 8th root of PI is precisely 1.15383506784 as well.

Things that make you go Hmmm!

The YHVH, 42-Letter Name, 9, Pi, and 5778; All linked together.

And speaking of that, not only does the 4th root of (72*63*45*52) = 57.078…but 5778/173 (the small gematria value of the 42-Letter Name, also known as the 173 Keys given to Moses) = 33.39 and the square root of 33.39 = 5.778

HMMM!

There is infinite wisdom in the YHVH, so what will happen in 5778?

We’ve discussed innumerable connections between Mashiach and the Divine Calendar and the number 8. Moreover, the aspect of the YHVH spelled YVD HH VV HH, of numerical value 52, represents Malchut, the final level (sefira) from which we saw 6/52 = .1153846, along with all its connections to 5778; thus the equation utilizing the numerical value of Mashiach Ben David (424) divided by Malchut, or 424/52 = 8.153846 must mean something to us as well.

The number 6 also represents Zeir Anpin. And Malchut is to Zeir Anpin as Adonai, of numerical value 65, is to the YHVH, thus the simple equation 1/153846 = 6.50000*10-6 is quite telling as well, with Malchut reflecting Adonai

As Moses said in the Zohar,“There is no Adonai without the Yud Hei Vav Hei [YHVH]…”

It all comes together in 5778; the perfect fusion of Zeir Anpin and Malchut in the Tree-of-Life reality, the full manifestation of Mashiach, and all things returning to the state of Creation through the 42-Letter Name, which, as the tzaddikim have said, is so necessary for the geula (final redemption).

Shabbat Shalom

Ezra

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Sometimes We Forget

Sometimes we forget what spirituality is all about…

Why are there 6 Days of Creation? Why are the 42 rows of the first column of the Torah (Bible) divided into 6 paragraphs, averaging 7 lines per paragraph?

Why are there 6 letters in the first word of the Torah, Bereshit, “In the beginning”?

Why was Moses’ name left out of 6 portions of the Torah after he appeared? And why do all but 6 columns of the Torah begin with the letter vav of numerical value 6? And why do 60% of the verses begin with the letter vav of numerical value 6?

Why did Pharaoh send 600 chariots after us?

According to the Zohar (Ki Thisa), Moses was “6“, Shesh (ShSh)of numerical value 600. He was Zeir Anpin (the bundled 6 sefirot/dimensions), the “6 extremities” that spread out in 6 directions: north, south, east, west, up and down. Like no one else, Moses was connected to da’at of Abba; he was our channel for everything.

Adam was Zeir Anpin as well, which is why the gematria of Adam is 45, that of the aspect of the Tetragrammaton (YHVH: MaH) that refers to Zeir Anpin. This is why the name Moshe (MShH) contains the letters Mem and Hey (MaH). This goes for Matzah (MZH) as well, but that’s a Pesach story.

Moses was our Channel

The verse “G-d spoke to Moses,” V’Ydaber Adonai El Moshe…(VYDBR YHVH EL MShH)” is found 91 times in the Torah, and as discussed in previous blogs 91 is the value of the all-important unification of the YHVH with Adonai (YEHDVNHY), the connection between Zeir Anpin and the Shechina, (the female aspect of G-d that pertains to our world), the very connection that Moses makes for us, the bond between Heaven and Earth.

But what are we doing for ourselves?

“V’Ydaber Adonai El Moshe…” is the most numerous verse in the Torah, and the Torah is making this connection for us with Moses as our channel. All we need to do is listen to it with the right consciousness and understanding and 91 times during the year, 1 for every 4 days of the year, the window of unification opens for us, not to mention the multiple times a day this phrase is recited in the daily prayers.

There are 4 words in “Y’Ydaber Adonai El Moshe.” The last two “El Moshe” have the numerical value (376) of Shalom (peace) and the first two “V’Ydaber Adonai” (248) of rachem (mercy/grace). Together all 4 words (222 + 26 +31 +345) equal 624, and adding 1 for the kolel gives us 625, as in the highest dimension, H’Keter, “The crown,” and also as in the exact square root (625) of the total number of words, verses, and letters in the Torah (390,625).

“God spoke to Moses” is obviously a powerful phrase. It’s also the most numerous in the Torah. Why? Because G-d knew we needed the energy, and at the 10 Commandments (Utterances) we cried out for Moses to be our go between, missing an amazing opportunity as previously discussed to tap directly into the tree-of-life reality.

While the ordinal value of the first word “V’Ydaber” is 42, the last 3 words “Adonai El Moshe” add up to 402, and the sum of the ordinal and standard values of “El Moshe” alone add up to 428, which all makes perfect sense since the 42-Letter Name of G-d matrix is the unification of the 7 lower sefirot (dimensions) in the 6 extremities (6 x 7 = 42), all of which pertain to Moses in unison with the Shechinah, whose numerical value by the way is 390, as in the 390,625 total words, verses and letters in the Torah.

This is indeed a most powerful gift. But just as with children who receive too many gifts, we can get spoiled.

Most of us have forgotten what it’s all about. And we’re not just talking about the many gifts we highlight and reveal on this blog; we’re talking about the endless gifts all around us that so few actually appreciate.

With all the tools and knowledge available to us, sometimes we forget that our purpose is not to work on others, but on ourselves.

And most of us have forgotten how. We were happy to let Moses and other do the work for us. But just because they were doing their work doesn’t mean we needn’t do ours. On the contrary, they got to their exalted levels only by doing their work.


Ma’aser Bereshit

The Works of Creation

G-d created the world in 6 days. How did he do that? He reached within and worked on Himself for 6 days in 6 extremities in 6 directions. We need to emulate His actions. Everything we need to know occurred during those 6 days. Nevertheless, by the 7th day, the tree-of-life reality was fully established and G-d no longer had to work.

We must do as G-d did. Only when we control our lives can we control the universe around us, not the other way around. The tools and Names can help us, and the more we work on ourselves, the more effectively they do, but they can only get us out of jambs; they cannot change who we are, or even elevate us spiritually. We can only do that ourselves.

Who did G0d turn to to create the universe? To Himself. And so we too must look inward, search and purify our intentions in all 6 directions and work toward our goals. G-d did not rest until everything was done, day or night.

The Torah begins: “In the Beginning, G-d created heaven and earth.” “In the Beginning” seems to imply, that later, someone else created it. And so they did. We did, Man (adam) did. We created another universe. We were stripped naked and began creating it all over from scratch, imparting all our limitations on it each step of the way, comparing notes, and forcing our opinions on one another until we had a consensus reality that masked and confounded everything that G0d had created for us.

In Proportion

Biblically speaking and kabbalistically, 6 days is 6 years is 6 decades is 6 hundred years is 6 thousand years. The 10 dimensions (sefirot) fold into themselves in magnitudes of 10, so they are essentially the same.

The 7th day is a day of rest, the 7th year is a year of rest (a shmittah year).

Man creates for 6 decades, and in the 7th, at 70 years he rests. That is why King David lived for 70 years. And also why the exile in Babylonia lasted for 70 years, and also why there were all those other 70-year Biblical time frames highlighted in The Divine Calendar, and why while Moshiach (the Messiah) is supposed to arrive 70 years after Israel became a nation.

The 7th millennium is the time set aside for the tree-of life. As explained in previous blogs we missed the first window when 6 periods of 408 years had passed in 2448, when the 10 Commandments (Utterances) were given. Now, the next window opens when 6 periods of 1000 years have passed (less the 222 years or 6 x 37 time period that the Zohar tells us existed prior to Adam) in 5778. And by the way, “V’Ydaber” has the numerical value 222.

So what was G-d doing during those first 6 days; He was being Proactive.

When we’re proactive, constantly proactive, there’s no time for the dark side to engage and sidetrack us. All successful people have one thing in common they are proactive. Yes, that is “the secret.”

Proactivity = Creation

That is how we take control of our lives. When you are proactive it is you who are deciding your future, not someone else.

While not necessarily spiritual men, Donald Trump, Bill gates, Warren Buffet, Steven Jobs and Sam Walton didn’t wait around to react to the markets and to opportunities; they made their own. They were proactive. They went out to create things, about a trillion dollars worth of things. They are not G-d. They are not supermen. They are just men being proactive, and that’s just in only one area of their lives.

If they can do it, why not you?

You have so many more spiritual tools available to you than they did. Don’t let doubt get in your way. Being proactive means not allowing any time for doubts to creep in. Just do it and do it and do it. Be like G-d. Or if you want money, lots of it, be like Warren Buffet.

There are 6 extremities and creating financial wealth is only one extremity. It’s what you do with that wealth and how you treat people along the way that makes someone spiritual.

Obama didn’t become President by waiting around to be asked. He is the consummate proactive person. And while I don’t agree with much of what he’s doing, he has continued being proactive and nonstop in his actions so far while President, not leaving room for the darkness to distract and sidetrack him.

It’s only while I’m writing that I’m actually creating. If I stop and think and ponder and research for 5 weeks and then write for 5 hours, I’m still only creating for 5 hours.

Are you as proactive as you can be? In all areas of your life? In any area of your life? The answer is obviously no because we can always do more.

We spend much of lives trying to get through them and using the spiritual tools to patch up the messes we make for ourselves rather than taking control by being constantly proactive and not leaving ourselves anytime to screw things up by being reactive.

The true spiritual path is that of creator, not of receptor. And we can only create by doing, and we can only do by being proactive. Any moment that we are not proactive and moving ourselves forward, we are just playing cards with our spiritual opponent, and you know how that will turn out. He doesn’t lose.

Think about that: Any moment that you are not being proactive, you are opening yourself up to failure of one kind or another. In a single hour, in 60 minutes, any 60 minutes of the day, how many of those minutes were you proactive? And how many have gone by unused in your pursuits to fill the 6 extremities?

I can tell you for a fact that Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Donald Trump, Steven Jobs and Barack Obama didn’t waste many of those minutes. Because we can see their results.

And that’s the beauty of the system: Feedback, universal feedback. The universe shows us in no uncertain terms whether we’re being proactive or not. That’s why in Creation it says G-d looked at what he’d done that day and “God saw all that he had made, and behold, it was very good.” He worked non-stop day and night (proactively) and by measuring all his accomplishments that day He knew that he hadn’t wasted any time.

Yes, on our spiritual paths G-d (the universe, the Light) throws many obstacles our way, but if you’re proactive you’ll roll right through them, often without noticing, because He also throws many opportunities our way, and it’s only by being proactive that we can take advantage of those opportunities.

Take this article for instance, you can read it and wait for the next one, or you can immediately be proactive and send it and/or the link out to as many people as possible. We all know the benefit of sharing–that’s being proactive. And if you want to make sure you realize the maximum amount of benefit and spiritual good will from it, recite the Ana B’koach (42-letter Name, Shem Mem-Bet) while doing it. Why do you think the works of Creation are called Ma’aser Bereshit? Or that the Torah (Bible) is embedded with so many gifts based on the number 42 or on the Name itself?

As shown and explained in The Genesis Prayer, the 42-letter Name is what was used to create everything and every time we use it we tap into that energy; now all we have to do is couple it with our own creative (proactive) energy.

But don’t stop there. That will only take you a few minutes. Make the calls you need to make, do the actions you need to do to become fulfilled. Make yourself successful in every area of your life. The key is not to stop–you’ll find the energy will be exhilarating because the more proactive you are the more energy you draw into yourself to keep going. And don’t worry the universe has plenty of energy to share; most of the other 6 billion people on the planet are sitting around waiting for things to happen. Not that they aren’t working hard, but just not on themselves.

Now you know the Secret. You don’t need a book or a DVD. If you’re more comfortable sending in $12.95 or whatever, go ahead, we’ll turn around and use it to produce even more articles to benefit even more people because sitting back and thinking about it isn’t proactive.

Have you ever wondered why certain people in your congregation, organization, business, community, or school get all the attention, and most of the rest of us get ignored? Have you heard the term “have a big vessel?” It’s because people who are successful have already proven that they are proactive, and the leaders of your community want people near them that are proactive (the so-called big vessel people) because these people are proven commodities; they will proactively spread the message and the Light.

Having a big vessel is not about having a big suitcase to receive stuff in. Everyone’s bank account is the same size–it’s just a hollow digital space in a computer system. Having a big vessel means having the desire to get things accomplished, to move things forward; it means Being Proactive.

Any one of us can be another Sam Walton and build a trillion dollar company without any special education or training. The only thing stopping us is the amount of time we’re not being proactive.

Yes, certain people seem to have been born with an innate ability to be proactive and some of us find it much harder than others. That’s tikkun (karma) and that can be overcome. And those that overcome it, will soar much higher and faster. It may seem impossible until you just do it and then looking back you’ll see how easy it always was. Just reach out and make the next move. If we don’t, the universe will just back us further into the corner until we do, and things will only get tougher physically and psychologically.

We’ve all been proactive in some parts of our lives and at certain points in our lives, now we need to spread that strength and inner wisdom in all 6 directions. It may not be so easy to everyone, but do you really think that being like G-d should be?

Before, the sages and the tzaddikim, before Moses and Joseph and Abraham, before Noach and Adam, G-d was there alone, showing us the way. We had to look no further than the first 31 verses of the Torah, or even its first 42 letters.

And by the same token any one of us could bring Mashiach (the Messiah). It just depends on how much time we want to waste, or don’t want to waste.

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