Petach 59

התיקון הוא שנקשרו שתי ההארות – של המצח והעינים דא”ק ביחד, והם מ”ה וב”ן.


ומיד נתעוררה האהבה בין האורות, ואינם עוד בעוצב כמו בתחלה, אלא כל אחד מראה פנים לחבירו. ונקשרים אלה באלה, בסוד אב ואם בן ובת. שכל אחד מראה קורבה לחבירו כפי הענין הראוי לו:

The Tikkun process consisted of the binding together of two emanations — that of Adam Kadmon’s “forehead” and “eyes”, which are MaH and BaN.

There came to be an immediate awakening of love between the lights, which were then no longer in the state of “sadness” they had been in, in the course of the Shevira, when the lights stood in perpendicular relationship to each other. Instead, each one turned to face the other, and they became bound to one another in the mystical sense of, i.e., like a, “Father”, “Mother”, “Son” and “Daughter”, where each light manifests kinship to the other in an appropriate manner.      


(c) 2013 Rabbi Yaakov Feldman

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