Tikkunei Zohar #210 | Tikkun 21 - Vital Transformation

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Tikkunei Zohar #210 | Tikkun 21

September 19, 2023

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Episode Description:

In this insightful class on Tikkunei Zohar #210, Tikkun 21, Rabbi Eliyahu Jian delves into the mystical teachings of the Kabbalah, focusing on the intricate connections between various body organs and spiritual states. Using the metaphor of the liver, spleen, and gallbladder, Rabbi Jian explains how different aspects of our physical and spiritual lives intertwine. This class will guide you through understanding the deeper meanings behind these metaphors and how they relate to our daily spiritual practices and struggles.

Key Points

  1. Liver, Spleen, and Gallbladder Metaphor: Rabbi Jian explains that the liver represents idol worship, the spleen is linked to judgment and negativity, and the gallbladder signifies death and rage.
  2. Left Column and Judgment: The discussion emphasizes the left column’s association with judgment, desire, and spiritual challenges.
  3. Unity of Right and Left Columns: Rabbi Jian highlights the necessity of unifying the right (mercy) and left (judgment) columns to achieve spiritual balance and harmony.
  4. Role of Shabbat: Shabbat is not just about the physical enjoyment of food but about spiritual elevation and connection.
  5. Spiritual Healing: Studying Torah is presented as a remedy for spiritual ailments, emphasizing its power to transform and heal the soul.
  6. Prostitute Metaphor: The class uses the metaphor of a prostitute to describe the dispersion and mixing of judgments, leading to confusion and spiritual turmoil.

Participant Takeaways

  1. Deeper Understanding: Gain a profound understanding of how your physical body and spiritual life are interconnected through the metaphors of the liver, spleen, and gallbladder.
  2. Spiritual Balance: Learn the importance of balancing the left (judgment) and right (mercy) columns to achieve a harmonious spiritual life.
  3. Enhanced Shabbat Practice: Discover the true essence of Shabbat beyond physical enjoyment, focusing on its spiritual significance.
  4. Healing through Torah: Embrace the transformative power of studying Torah as a means to heal spiritual ailments and elevate your soul.
  5. Awareness of Spiritual Pitfalls: Become aware of the dangers of spiritual confusion and judgment, as illustrated by the metaphor of the prostitute.
  6. Practical Spiritual Tools: Equip yourself with practical tools and insights to navigate your spiritual journey, leading to personal growth and deeper connection with the divine.

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