Tikkunei Zohar #61 | Tikkun 13 - Vital Transformation

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Tikkunei Zohar #61 | Tikkun 13

December 2, 2020

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Welcome, my friends! Join us for an inspiring journey into the depths of Tikkunei Zohar #61, specifically focusing on Tikkun 13. In this session, we delve into the significance of eating Maror (bitter herbs) on Passover and its profound spiritual meanings. We explore the connection between bitterness, judgement, and the study of Torah, aiming to bring us closer to the Creator. Together, we will uncover the hidden lessons within these sacred texts, guided by Rabbi Eliyahu Jian’s enlightening insights.

Key Points

  1. Maror on Passover:
    • Symbolizes the bitterness experienced by Israelites in Egypt.
    • Represents the judgment and challenges in life.
    • Eating Maror reminds us of the hardships and the need to sweeten our trials.
  2. Judgment and Mercy:
    • The bitterness (Maror) symbolizes judgment without mercy.
    • Sweetening the Maror symbolizes transforming judgment into mercy.
    • This transformation is essential in our spiritual journey.
  3. Purpose of Torah Study:
    • Studying Torah should aim to bring us closer to the Creator (Lishma).
    • Without this purpose, Torah study can become burdensome and bitter.
    • The correct intention sweetens the study and brings spiritual elevation.
  4. Moses and the Mixed Multitude:
    • Moses’ decision to circumcise and include the mixed multitude had profound consequences.
    • This decision led to the sin of the Golden Calf and subsequent challenges.
    • Moses aimed to unite all souls and elevate them, despite the risks involved.
  5. End Times and Redemption:
    • Moses’ actions are tied to the ultimate redemption.
    • His mission to unite and elevate souls continues through various reincarnations and messengers.
    • The process involves sweetening judgments and balancing the spiritual and physical realms.

Participant Takeaways

  • Deeper Understanding of Maror: Participants will gain insights into why we eat Maror on Passover and how it relates to our spiritual struggles and growth.
  • Transforming Bitterness: Learn practical ways to transform life’s challenges into opportunities for spiritual growth and sweetening judgments with mercy.
  • Purposeful Study: Discover the importance of studying Torah with the intention of connecting to the Creator, ensuring that our learning is meaningful and spiritually enriching.
  • Historical Lessons: Understand the complexities of Moses’ decisions and their implications for our spiritual journey and ultimate redemption.
  • Continual Growth: Feel inspired by the ongoing mission of elevating and uniting souls, recognizing our role in the grand spiritual plan.

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