Beresheet – In The Beginning

After The Holidays of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot we re start the reading of the Torah portions from the Beginning. Here is a link to a previous article on Bereshit “Genesis – 613+7=620. Do You Get It?” http://rabbishimon.com/?p=832 Click here to listen to reading of Zohar Bereshit[Audio clip: view full post to listen] … Continue reading “Beresheet – In The Beginning”

VeZot Haberacha – Beresheet – Solving The Mystery, where is Moshe?

G-d is giving a personal care for Moshe upon him leaving the world. As we know from the Zohar, Moshe was at the level of Daat (the connection Sefirah of Chokmah and Binah). It is above the physical level. In Deuteronomy 31:2, Moshe is telling the Israelites " And he said unto them: \’I am a hundred and twenty years old this day; I can not go out and come in anymore; " in his preparation to transfer the leadership to Joshua . Go out and come in refers to the traveling from the physical to the spiritual in order to talk to G-d. No one could see G-d and live because to see G-d you need to be spiritual. Moshe could transform himself to go between the two dimensions.

VeZoat Haberacha – Beresheet – Solving The Mystery, where is Moshe?

G-d is giving a personal care for Moshe upon him leaving the world. As we know from the Zohar, Moshe was at the level of Daat (the connection Sefirah of Chokmah and Binah). It is above the physical level. In Deuteronomy 31:2, Moshe is telling the Israelites " And he said unto them: \’I am a hundred and twenty years old this day; I can not go out and come in anymore; " in his preparation to transfer the leadership to Joshua . Go out and come in refers to the traveling from the physical to the spiritual in order to talk to G-d. No one could see G-d and live because to see G-d you need to be spiritual. Moshe could transform himself to go between the two dimensions.

Genesis-1 – Introduction to understanding the Torah and the ways of G-d

Rabbi Shimon in the Zohar (Behaalotcha) curses every person that relate only to the stories of the Torah. He says that a simple person can write more exciting stories to entertain the people. The Torah is a code, a guide for us to seek and study in order to connect and draw its light.

Genesis-1 – Introduction to understanding the Torah and the ways of G-d

Rabbi Shimon in the Zohar (Behaalotcha) curses every person that relate only to the stories of the Torah. He says that a simple person can write more exciting stories to entertain the people. The Torah is a code, a guide for us to seek and study in order to connect and draw its light.