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The Israelites left Egypt with a lot of gold, silver and clothing, arriving the sea shore and the Egyptians coming behind them with their top warriors. They got panicked and started crying to G-d. (Exodus 14:11) They said to Moses, "Was it because there were no graves in Egypt that you brought us to the desert to die? What have you done to us by bringing us out of Egypt? 12 Didn\’t we say to you in Egypt, \’Leave us alone; let us serve the Egyptians\’? It would have been better for us to serve the Egyptians than to die in the desert!".

It is strange that immediately after leaving the "hard work" in Egypt they were ready to go back. This is not what I want to discuss here but just to shed some light on this, the Ari explains that this story also reveals the secrets of the soul (Israel) leaving the body (Egypt) and Pharaoh (is the Evil inclination). The Red Sea here represents the river of fires of hell and the Soul represents Israel who is scared to go in to the sea for the cleansing process. The Egyptian army represents the negative forces that try to get the maximum energy from the soul as long as it is close to the body. The soul wishes to go back to the body (Egypt) and prefers the limitation of the body over the pain of the soul crossing the rivers of hell.

After my mother passed away she came to my older sister in a dream on the same night of the funeral and she looked better than she was in her last months but she appeared (quietly) in the house in her wheelchair. Three nights after that my mother came back to my sister in another dream and this time she looked well , standing in a large and unknown place, with a lot of light and dressed in light a color suit.

My sister does not understand kabbalah or has never read the Ari ever but the dreams partially explain the process of the soul as it ascends to the higher levels to its resting place. The soul starts the process on a lower spiritual level and may even have difficulties to get out of the physical gravity, then after three days the fire of hell helps separate the soul from the negativity of the lower levels.

It is said that even great righteous people, go briefly through the fire of hell in order to purify their soul from any "left over" physical desires and get ready for the spiritual clothing given above.
We see how the Torah is an amazing source of knowledge and from one story we can learn so much on different levels. Now lets go back to where the Israelites were crying out to G-d and complaining to Moshe. Exodus 14:13 "Moses answered the people, "Do not be afraid. Stand firm and you will see the deliverance the LORD will bring you today. The Egyptians you see today you will never see again. 14 The LORD will fight for you; you need only to be still.".
Immediately after that on 14:15 G-d is telling Moshe "Why are you crying out to me? Tell the Israelites to move on."

Here, the Zohar gives us a lesson on how and when to pray and how to connect to miracles. It uses the story of Jonah the prophet that prayed to G-d from the belly of the fish but in the Israelites case, they did not need to pray as G-d said, "stop crying, just move on. ".

That "Move on" is the connection to the highest level possible, the seed of creations, the place called "Mazala" "מזלא ". This is where the miracle of splitting the Red Sea came from.
The first letters of "Why are you crying to me?" "מַה-תִּצְעַק אֵלָי " are "אמת " and it means truth.
This special word is the signature of G-d. And it flows through the central column. This is the strait line from Keter(Light) through Tiferet (Jacob, אמת־ליעקב ), Yessod (Joseph) and Malchut (King David).

א is the first letter of the Alef-Bet, מ is the middle one and ת is the last one. In order to draw the Light of miracles we need to connect to the truth with our actions. Our heart should be open to the light without any agenda.

The word "מזלא " means luck and also from the same root comes "pouring fluids" "נוזל ".
When we are straight with the Light and pure in our actions we do not have to pray because the connection is automatic. Rabbi Ashlag tells us that the purpose of prayer is to draw the light we need to be good and act in truth.

In our daily prayers twice in the morning and once in the afternoon, seven days a week, we use a verse that sums this up beautifully. Psalms 145:18
קָרוֹב יְקוָה, לְכָל-קֹרְאָיו– לְכֹל אֲשֶׁר יִקְרָאֻהוּ בֶאֱמֶת
G-d is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth.

 


The Israelites left Egypt with a lot of gold, silver and clothing, arriving the sea shore and the Egyptians coming behind them with their top warriors. They got panicked and started crying to G-d. (Exodus 14:11) They said to Moses, "Was it because there were no graves in Egypt that you brought us to the desert to die? What have you done to us by bringing us out of Egypt? 12 Didn\’t we say to you in Egypt, \’Leave us alone; let us serve the Egyptians\’? It would have been better for us to serve the Egyptians than to die in the desert!".

It is strange that immediately after leaving the "hard work" in Egypt they were ready to go back. This is not what I want to discuss here but just to shed some light on this, the Ari explains that this story also reveals the secrets of the soul (Israel) leaving the body (Egypt) and Pharaoh (is the Evil inclination). The Red Sea here represents the river of fires of hell and the Soul represents Israel who is scared to go in to the sea for the cleansing process. The Egyptian army represents the negative forces that try to get the maximum energy from the soul as long as it is close to the body. The soul wishes to go back to the body (Egypt) and prefers the limitation of the body over the pain of the soul crossing the rivers of hell.

After my mother passed away she came to my older sister in a dream on the same night of the funeral and she looked better than she was in her last months but she appeared (quietly) in the house in her wheelchair. Three nights after that my mother came back to my sister in another dream and this time she looked well , standing in a large and unknown place, with a lot of light and dressed in light a color suit.

My sister does not understand kabbalah or has never read the Ari ever but the dreams partially explain the process of the soul as it ascends to the higher levels to its resting place. The soul starts the process on a lower spiritual level and may even have difficulties to get out of the physical gravity, then after three days the fire of hell helps separate the soul from the negativity of the lower levels.

It is said that even great righteous people, go briefly through the fire of hell in order to purify their soul from any "left over" physical desires and get ready for the spiritual clothing given above.
We see how the Torah is an amazing source of knowledge and from one story we can learn so much on different levels. Now lets go back to where the Israelites were crying out to G-d and complaining to Moshe. Exodus 14:13 "Moses answered the people, "Do not be afraid. Stand firm and you will see the deliverance the LORD will bring you today. The Egyptians you see today you will never see again. 14 The LORD will fight for you; you need only to be still.".
Immediately after that on 14:15 G-d is telling Moshe "Why are you crying out to me? Tell the Israelites to move on."

Here, the Zohar gives us a lesson on how and when to pray and how to connect to miracles. It uses the story of Jonah the prophet that prayed to G-d from the belly of the fish but in the Israelites case, they did not need to pray as G-d said, "stop crying, just move on. ".

That "Move on" is the connection to the highest level possible, the seed of creations, the place called "Mazala" "מזלא ". This is where the miracle of splitting the Red Sea came from.
The first letters of "Why are you crying to me?" "מַה-תִּצְעַק אֵלָי " are "אמת " and it means truth.
This special word is the signature of G-d. And it flows through the central column. This is the strait line from Keter(Light) through Tiferet (Jacob, אמת־ליעקב ), Yessod (Joseph) and Malchut (King David).

א is the first letter of the Alef-Bet, מ is the middle one and ת is the last one. In order to draw the Light of miracles we need to connect to the truth with our actions. Our heart should be open to the light without any agenda.

The word "מזלא " means luck and also from the same root comes "pouring fluids" "נוזל ".
When we are straight with the Light and pure in our actions we do not have to pray because the connection is automatic. Rabbi Ashlag tells us that the purpose of prayer is to draw the light we need to be good and act in truth.

In our daily prayers twice in the morning and once in the afternoon, seven days a week, we use a verse that sums this up beautifully. Psalms 145:18
קָרוֹב יְקוָה, לְכָל-קֹרְאָיו– לְכֹל אֲשֶׁר יִקְרָאֻהוּ בֶאֱמֶת
G-d is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth.

 
 
Un texte spécial pour le septième jour de Pesach. Cette lecture provient d\’une partie de Beshalach qui décrit l\’ouverture de la Mer Rouge.
 
Je dirai simplement deux choses importantes:
 
1- Exode 14:21

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 « Moise tendit sa main au dessus de la mer et Le Seigneur provoqua un fort vent d\’est toute la nuit qui fit reculer la mer et l\’assécha et les eaux furent divisées. »
Le verset indique en premier que la mer devint sèche et ensuite que l\’eau se divisa.
 
Ceci nous apprend que le résultat est déterminé par la pensée originelle. Les forces spirituelles sont à notre service du moment où nous créons le désir et que nous l\’exprimons.
 
Lorsque Moïse étendit sa main au dessus de la mer, il projeta ce qui allait se passer et ce qui s\’est passé en fait. La Torah ne se trompe pas. Au niveau spirituel, la terre était sèche avant que les eaux ne se divisent.
 
En exprimant nos désirs, la lumière vient les satisfaire. Il nous faut simplement faire la bonne action pour les manifester. Nachshon a du sauter dans l\’eau afin que la mer se divise.
 
 
2- Exode 15:26

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« et il dit: si vous suivez avec soin la voix de votre Dieu , faites ce qui est juste à ses yeux, prêtez une oreille à Ses commandements et respectez Ses lois, aucune des maladies qui se sont abattues sur les égyptiens ne vous atteindra, car je suis votre Dieu, votre guérisseur.»
 
Les premières lettres des 4 derniers mots se prononcent «אריך». C\’est le mot racine pour guérison «ארוכה» qui se réfère également à Arich Anpin qui est relié à la Séfira Keter. Arich est l\’endroit d\’où provient toutes les guérisons. C\’est le point de paix et de lumière infinies
 

La méditation de ce verset nous ouvre à la conscience d\’être un avec la lumière et nous attirons la lumière de la guérison. Ainsi que le verset le montre, soyez tout d\’abord dans la lumière et suivez le système spirituel et vous n\’aurez pas à souffrir des maladies qui viendront du côté sombre.

 

 

 

  

There is a special Torah reading for the seventh day of Pesach. This reading is from the portion of Beshalach. It describes the event of the splitting of the red sea.
I\’ll bring just two special points,
1: Exodus 14:21

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The verse states that first, the sea became dry land and then the water split.
We learn from this, that the result is determined by the original thought. The spiritual forces are ready for us from the moment we create the desire and express it.
 When Moses stretched his hand over the sea, he projected what would happen and it indeed happened. The Torah does not make mistakes. On the spiritual level the land was dry before the actual splitting.
When we express our desires the Light is there to provide us fulfillment. All we need is the right action to manifest it. Nachshon had to jump into the water to make the sea split.
2. Exodus 15:26

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The first letters of the last 4 words are spelled as "אריך". It is the root word for healing "ארוכה" and also refers to Arich Anpin, which is related to the Sefirah of Keter. Arich is where all healing comes from. It is the point of infinite peace and light.
Meditation on this verse would inject the consciousness of being one with the light and draw the light of healing. As the verse says, first be with the light and follow the spiritual system, then you won\’t have to suffer the diseases that come from the negative side.
 
 
Un texte spécial pour le septième jour de Pesach. Cette lecture provient d\’une partie de Beshalach qui décrit l\’ouverture de la Mer Rouge.
 
Je dirai simplement deux choses importantes:
 
1- Exode 14:21

\"\"

 « Moise tendit sa main au dessus de la mer et Le Seigneur provoqua un fort vent d\’est toute la nuit qui fit reculer la mer et l\’assécha et les eaux furent divisées. »
Le verset indique en premier que la mer devint sèche et ensuite que l\’eau se divisa.
 
Ceci nous apprend que le résultat est déterminé par la pensée originelle. Les forces spirituelles sont à notre service du moment où nous créons le désir et que nous l\’exprimons.
 
Lorsque Moïse étendit sa main au dessus de la mer, il projeta ce qui allait se passer et ce qui s\’est passé en fait. La Torah ne se trompe pas. Au niveau spirituel, la terre était sèche avant que les eaux ne se divisent.
 
En exprimant nos désirs, la lumière vient les satisfaire. Il nous faut simplement faire la bonne action pour les manifester. Nachshon a du sauter dans l\’eau afin que la mer se divise.
 
 
2- Exode 15:26

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« et il dit: si vous suivez avec soin la voix de votre Dieu , faites ce qui est juste à ses yeux, prêtez une oreille à Ses commandements et respectez Ses lois, aucune des maladies qui se sont abattues sur les égyptiens ne vous atteindra, car je suis votre Dieu, votre guérisseur.»
 
Les premières lettres des 4 derniers mots se prononcent «אריך». C\’est le mot racine pour guérison «ארוכה» qui se réfère également à Arich Anpin qui est relié à la Séfira Keter. Arich est l\’endroit d\’où provient toutes les guérisons. C\’est le point de paix et de lumière infinies
 

La méditation de ce verset nous ouvre à la conscience d\’être un avec la lumière et nous attirons la lumière de la guérison. Ainsi que le verset le montre, soyez tout d\’abord dans la lumière et suivez le système spirituel et vous n\’aurez pas à souffrir des maladies qui viendront du côté sombre.

 

 

 

  

There is a special Torah reading for the seventh day of Pesach. This reading is from the portion of Beshalach. It describes the event of the splitting of the red sea.
I\’ll bring just two special points,
1: Exodus 14:21

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The verse states that first, the sea became dry land and then the water split.
We learn from this, that the result is determined by the original thought. The spiritual forces are ready for us from the moment we create the desire and express it.
 When Moses stretched his hand over the sea, he projected what would happen and it indeed happened. The Torah does not make mistakes. On the spiritual level the land was dry before the actual splitting.
When we express our desires the Light is there to provide us fulfillment. All we need is the right action to manifest it. Nachshon had to jump into the water to make the sea split.
2. Exodus 15:26

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The first letters of the last 4 words are spelled as "אריך". It is the root word for healing "ארוכה" and also refers to Arich Anpin, which is related to the Sefirah of Keter. Arich is where all healing comes from. It is the point of infinite peace and light.
Meditation on this verse would inject the consciousness of being one with the light and draw the light of healing. As the verse says, first be with the light and follow the spiritual system, then you won\’t have to suffer the diseases that come from the negative side.
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