Tikkunei Zohar #28 | Tikkun 6 - Vital Transformation

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Tikkunei Zohar #28 | Tikkun 6

August 21, 2020

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Episode Description:

In this enlightening session on Tikkunei Zohar #28, Tikkun 6, we dive deep into the mystical interpretations and teachings of the Zohar. We’ll uncover the hidden meanings behind the biblical story of Moses and the Egyptian, the concept of exile, and the true nature of redemption. Join us as we explore the profound spiritual insights that guide us from darkness to light, from exile to redemption. Whether you’re new to Kabbalah or a seasoned student, this class will provide valuable wisdom and practical steps for spiritual growth.

Key Points

  1. Moses and the Egyptian: Moses’ act of looking around before killing the Egyptian symbolizes seeking a way to liberate the Israelites from spiritual darkness.
  2. Exile and Redemption: True liberation involves not just physical freedom but also freeing oneself from spiritual bondage.
  3. Spiritual Practice: Emphasizes the importance of sincere prayer, meditation, and mitzvot (commandments) for spiritual elevation.
  4. Ruth and Boaz: The story of Ruth and Boaz is a metaphor for redemption and the continuity of the soul through reincarnation.
  5. The Concept of the Nest: The “nest” symbolizes a place of spiritual rest and elevation, especially in relation to Shabbat and the soul’s journey.
  6. Shabbat and Extra Soul: Shabbat is a time when we receive an additional soul, enhancing our spiritual experience and connection.

Participant Takeaways

  1. Deepened Understanding: Gain a deeper comprehension of the spiritual narratives within the Torah and their relevance to personal and communal redemption.
  2. Spiritual Liberation: Learn techniques to release oneself from spiritual exile, enabling a closer connection to the divine.
  3. Enhanced Shabbat Experience: Discover the significance of Shabbat in receiving additional spiritual energy, leading to greater joy and fulfillment.
  4. Practical Spirituality: Acquire practical steps for integrating prayer, meditation, and mitzvot into daily life to foster spiritual growth.
  5. Connection to Ancestral Wisdom: Connect with the timeless wisdom of the Zohar, enriching your spiritual practice with profound insights.

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