Pinchas- Cause and Effect

G-d in (numbers 25:4) instructed Moshe on how to remedy the situation. Moshe follows the instruction and tell his judges to kill all the people that have joined with the "Baal Peor", the negativity. As I explained in commentary to Balak, the cause of negativity was that the sexual connection is at the level of the Sefirah of Yesod. It is the channel of the Light to this world. This negative join drained the Light of the Yisraelite toward the Malchut of the other side.

Pinchas- Cause and Effect

G-d in (numbers 25:4) instructed Moshe on how to remedy the situation. Moshe follows the instruction and tell his judges to kill all the people that have joined with the "Baal Peor", the negativity. As I explained in commentary to Balak, the cause of negativity was that the sexual connection is at the level of the Sefirah of Yesod. It is the channel of the Light to this world. This negative join drained the Light of the Yisraelite toward the Malchut of the other side.

Balak – Curses and Blessings

” טוֹב-עַיִן, הוּא יְבֹרָךְ: כִּי-נָתַן מִלַּחְמוֹ לַדָּל ” (Proverbs 23:9) The Ari Hakadosh reveals us that Moses’s root soul came from the good side of ” הבל ” (Abel, the son of Adam) , which is the letter ” ה ” and Balaam came from the bad side, which is the letters ” בל “. … Continue reading “Balak – Curses and Blessings”

Behalotcha -Do we have five or seven books in the Chumash?

A strange question but in this parasha we have a unique situation. Somewhere in the middle of the parasha we have two verses between two unique letters. We have large, regular and small letters in the Torah. We have the broken letter Vav in parashat Pinchas but the two nuns “ “turned 180 degrees with … Continue reading “Behalotcha -Do we have five or seven books in the Chumash?”

Balak – Curses and Blessings

The Ari Hakadosh reveals us that Moses\’s root soul came from the good side of " הבל " (Abel, the son of Adam) , which is the letter " ה " and Balaam came from the bad side, which is the letters " בל ". They were both connected to the sefira of "דעת ", Moshe was connected to the side of holiness and Balaam to the negativity and impurity. They were both prophets.