In last year’s commentary on Mishpatim, I had explained that the Zohar teaches us that in this parasha we find the laws of reincarnation.
If you did not read it then I highly suggest you read it now before continuing with the rest of this article. Click Here: Mishpatim 5767

The Zohar explains in Mishatim that the Torah gives us good advice and we all depend on it. The Holy One, Bless be He, gives a protection to our souls so we can keep it away from negative influences. In other words, it protects us from “selling our soul to the Devil”. The common image of that is a dark deal between the Devil (Red eyes, Horns, Forked tail…) and a person where the devil promises special powers in return for the person’s eternal soul. This is a great invention by the negative side in order to distract us from the real truth that is very simple. We sell our soul to negativity, each time we prefer to satisfy the material and physical desires without making a connection to the light. The purpose of the soul is to seek and reveal the light, not the material things.

The Zohar explains that when the soul enters the body, its light disappears. The reason for that is to give us the ability to control the left side (negativity, Selfishness, body consciousness) and reveal greater light. It is like planting wheat seeds in the ground. They disappear and dissolve in the ground but then, end up growing 100 times fold.

Maybe even clearer example is how a man and a woman connect together. Their minds are with joint consciousness (higher light) and they transfer this mind’s energy to seeds that get planted deep in the dark. The seeds disappear and a new creation is formed with the purpose to reveal light.

When the soul comes out in a new body, it comes with the desire to grow and absorb all the energy they can connect to.

The mother’s breast milk is the closest source to the light. The milk is naturally produced because of the desire of the new born. It is amazing how this fluid contains all the life force a baby needs for a year or more to grow.
Many mothers know that the amount of milk in their breasts depends on the desire of the child to draw more. When the child stops or slows down his consumption, the milk production behaves accordingly.

Another example that teaches us how the light is drawn to the vessel(desire) upon its existence can be found in Kings 2 chapter 4:6. The Oil (light) stopped when there were no more vessels to fill.
My mother, G-d bless her soul, breast fed 8 children of her own and 3 other babies (in different times) since their mother was not there or didn’t have milk. It was while she was breast feeding one of us. A woman has two breasts to be able to feed more than one child at a time.
It is known that mother’s milk is the best for the mental and physical health of a child. The child seeks the missing light when he gets placed in the body and gets disconnected from the greater light.
Sarah the Matriarch was of almost 100 years old when she breast fed many other babies (400) to prove all the people that she delivered and nurtured Isaac. That is why it is said in the Torah Genesis 21:7 “הֵינִיקָה בָנִים, שָׂרָה ” that “Sarah would be nursing children”. The reference is to children, in plural, not singular, because she had only one child.

As the soul grows, there gets to be a change in the process at age 12 for female, Bat Mitzvah and 13 for male, Bar Mitvzah. Another part of the soul joins the existing one and a biological change also takes place. A girl is now able to bring children to the world and fulfill the Mitzvah of be fruitful and multiply. A boy now carries his own correction. He has a new file and every action he does affects his soul and future.

Their soul now must work to reveal light in the world and follow the precepts (Mitzvoth, מצוות ). מצוה is the act of revealing light. The first two letters מצ in את־בש (At-Bash is a Kabbalistic method of Gematria) become “יה ”. The word מצוה (mitzvah) becomes the name of G-d,” יקוק ”.

There are 53 precepts mentioned in this parasha to connect us to the 53 portions of the Torah. Also in Hebrew it is גנ , which is abbreviation for the word reincarnation of the souls in Hebrew “גלגול־נשמות ”. גנ also means gene. The connection to the Torah affects our Genes and the reincarnation process.

We read in Joshua (1:8) “לֹא-יָמוּשׁ סֵפֶר הַתּוֹרָה הַזֶּה מִפִּיךָ, וְהָגִיתָ בּוֹ יוֹמָם וָלַיְלָה, לְמַעַן תִּשְׁמֹר לַעֲשׂוֹת, כְּכָל-הַכָּתוּב בּוֹ: כִּי-אָז תַּצְלִיחַ אֶת-דְּרָכֶךָ, וְאָז תַּשְׂכִּיל. ”.
“This book of the law shall not depart out of your mouth, but you shall meditate in it day and night that you observe to do according to all that is written there; for then you shall make your ways prosperous, and then you shall have good success”.

After Moshe was gone and Joshua took over the leadership, G-d gave him his best advice “follow the Torah”. G-d did not tell him to pray or call on him. Just follow the Torah. Everything is in the Torah. This is where we can draw the light that we miss from the time we were with the Light and before we were pushed into the body. I say “pushed”, because the soul knows what is going to happen and it resists the separation from the Light and returning to a body.

When the soul leaves the body it travels toward the light. People with near death experience always tell the same story of “going through a tunnel” and at the end of it they see a great loving and comforting Light.
The “Tunnel” effect is the physical darkness surrounding the soul. When the soul reaches the end of the tunnel a complete separation from the body occurs and there is no turning back.

I know two people with such experience. Both have the same attitude and request towards death. They ask the people around them not to try and revive them if they are in a comma or similar state. They just want to go back to the Light they saw and felt.

Recently I was in Israel to sit Shiva for my mother and met a family friend who was in the hospital for over a year, hooked to a heart machine. They couldn’t find him a matching heart for all that time.
The one that they finally found had belonged to a famous 24 year old model that passed away very quickly due to a rare brain virus or disease. He was over 60 years when he got the new heart and now he is in great physical shape. Happy, smokes in chain and “enjoys life” as he says. When people ask him why he smokes, he answers that he doesn’t care to die. When he was in a coma state he saw his relatives and enjoyed a great time in the Light. It doesn’t matter to him that he can live a longer life with a perfect heart. He is a happy and fun person to be with.
I share this story with you not for you to start smoking and don’t care to die but to understand that being close to the light, gives you freedom. This where we came from and this is where we will return to.

Zohar Mishpatim holds one of the special sections with a lot of concealed secrets in it. This section’s name is Idra De Mishkanah, meaning, the “Assembly of the Tabernacle”. There is no mention of the known Tabernacle that held the Holy Ark. This section talks about the head, “The Head of the King”, the face, the hair, the eyes, the eye brows, forehead, nose, mouth and other related parts of the face. Then the Zohar talks about the Hebrew letters and the light related to them. This section is so hard to understand and even though Rabbi Ashlag in his translation and commentary to the Zohar, explains a lot on each part, it is still hard to understand. One thing obvious is that it talks about the dwelling (Tabernacle=Mishkan=dwelling place) of the soul in the body and the head is the king of the body. The face, “פנים ” in Hebrew and it also means Inner. The letters connect to the soul.

The Zohar reveals us that the Torah existed 2000 years before G-d decided to create the world. Then he created it while looking at the Torah. The Zohar says that the whole Torah is one holy name of G-d. If you take one letter out of it then you put a flaw in the Holy Name and transfer the Light to the other side.
We were with the Light, before creation that was done with the Hebrew letters of the Torah. That is why the Torah represents all our souls.

In Yitro, we received the Laws of the Torah. When we adhere to the Torah we complete our process in life and don’t need to reincarnate. Since we are not perfect, Mishpatim comes to explain the laws of reincarnation that is how to connect to the Light with every incarnation and how to set a perfect dwelling for the soul in the body. Our actions need to connect us to the Torah and draw the light to the soul.
The Letters of the Torah holds the light for our soul and it is the main source to draw the necessary light to sustain the soul in our body and make him happy to do the work assigned to him in this life.

We quoted the Zohar earlier that G-d created the world from looking at the Torah. We never had any doubts in the Zohar’s accuracy in every word it says but for the first time in 5768 years we have the scientific proof that the Zohar is absolutely correct. You can find it all in “The Divine Calendar” by Ezra (Jeff) Meiliken.
(http://www.DivineCalendar.com).

Next week is Parashat Terumah and we will read about the blue print and the process of building the actual Tabernacle. We are going there from the inner personal connection to the Light, out to the greater tool to draw light for the whole world.
Isn’t it so amazing and beautiful?
I’ll explain more on Terumah. Feel free to forward this article to any of your friends. Help them connect to the Torah and the Light. Give their soul a fresh breath of Light to help and strengthen them in their life process and work.

Zion Nefesh

  One Response to “Mishpatim – 5768 – Slavery or Freedom? What is your choice?”

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    shalom slavery or freedom is the question who ha-shem speak to Israel and the minking and the 2 question is we trust in ha-shem to self freedom us and israel or we have to slavery with the sing and with the bad mens shalom

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