Here, then, is Petach 60 along with its explanation.
After the lights of Adam Kadmon’s “eyes”, which are BaN, emerged, they were aligned with the governance of Malchut of Adam Kadmon, whereas when the radiation of the “forehead”, which is MaH, emerged, it was aligned with the governance of Yesod of Adam Kadmon, as we’d just explained.
Yesod and Malchut of Adam Kadmon then conjoined, and as a consequence, all judgments were mitigated, and governance functioned along the lines of Tikkun and “love”, rather than disjunction and rupture.
(c) 2013 Rabbi Yaakov Feldman
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