Erich Anpin and its counterpart Zeir Anpin (4)

The point is that it’s Erich Anpin’s makeup itself that mitigates the judgments of Zeir Anpin. And it does that without having to intensify its irradiations over Zeir Anpin in order to bypass the latter’s judgment, which is another sort of Tikkun used to disallow judgment to reign — though it would continue to exist, as Ramchal offers elsewhere [1]. He then reminds us that judgment isn’t meant to be undone yet, just not to hold complete sway [2].

Footnote:

[1]         See Clallim Rishonim 21; also see Pitchei Chochma v’Da’at 84.

[2]         See Clallim Rishonim 21.

 

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