Tikkunei Zohar Revealed
The Ancient Wisdom of Sinai explained in detail.
In Tikkunei Zohar Revealed we connect the beginning with the Sinai experience. Then we can have a road that is meant for us to travel on. We know this road well.
It is the road our lives travel witnessing all and learning much.
What you will find inside...
Translations of parts of all seventy Tikkunim, Translations of parts of all 148 sections.
Commentary that covers these sections and Tikkunim that spans the entire text of Tikkunei Zohar. The commentary explains the obscure passages and links them with modern mystical thought.
This study in consciousness is meant for both Torah Scholar and lay person, Rabbi and student, seeker and way shower.
BEREISHIS: There are seventy permutations of this word and a series of explanations that unify these permutations with verses of Torah and with the mystical concepts of Kabbalah.
SHEKINAH: SHE is the connection that runs throughout the text and commentary.
MASKILIM: These are the enlightened that is the audience for TIkkunei Zohar. All questions and answered are directed toward them.
ELIJAH: This is the teacher on high who appears at the start of Rabbi ShImon bar Yochai’s entrance into the cave.
RABBI Shimon bar Yochai: He is both student and teacher here along with his son ELEAZAR.
EZEKIEL: His vision is discussed in detail, the chayot, nogah, the four animals including man and their relationship above and below.
SEPHIROS: The ten emanations are linked together throughout the four worlds all with the connecting link of Shekinah.
The Divine Name YKV”K is explained with its variations and each letter is given attributes of holiness, Yud, Hei, Vav, Hei, and ADNY is discussed along with the dual divine name, YAKDVNKY.
ELKY”M: Creation comes into being in a certain way and this divine name holds the key to the answer to ‘the way things work. This is a recurrent theme throughout.
ANA BEKOACH: The 42 letter name of God amidst all of its various connections, the spiritual significance and the unique letter combinations.
72 Names of God linking to letter combinations and Torah verses.
The Looking Glass That Shines: A concept that illustrates divine awareness in each moment.
Shabbat: The seventh day, the extra soul, the spiritual significance of this holy day is expanded here.
Nephesh, Ruach, & Neshamah are given their place in the scheme of things.
The 32 paths and the 50 gates are shown in their holy aspects.
Mishkan and Menorah their hidden meanings.
Mazal: What is its significance? Mysteries are revealed in depth here.
There is so much more. 653 pages of translations, commentary and questions that are answered leaving the reader with revelations that will make the meanings of Torah personal, fresh and applicable to everyday life.
The SHMA, Oral and Written Torah, the Nikkudim, Cantillation tropes, Metatron, the Exile, are more of the many topics covered.
Excerpt from 15a: The work of Creation differs. It is not spoken with two then there is no separation. Therefore just with one The Unique One (as a meditation on One)
Two implies a reflection a loop of sorts and an odd number signifies a progression. When there are only two the ideas loop together rapidly deteriorating. When there are one or three the idea may progress. This is why discussing forbidden sexual relations or anything of evil has to be done with two so that the loop is contained and not allowed to grow. Conversely discussing holiness is with the Unique One and its extension three signifying the progression that Creation most naturally takes.
And one does not expound the Divine Chariot merkavah individually, because the Unique One has no partner, which is Metatron; like the divine soul, which has no partner in the body. And why does it the Mishnah say: unless he was wise and discerning from his own knowledge'?
The apperception of the Unique One cannot be explained to another because it is experiential in nature. It exists apart as separate influences on consciousness. This realization comes from being wise and discerning in the discovery of those mysteries that bring this experience of the Unique One.
What you will learn here will be up to you. The text itself is magical. All of the works of the Zoharic period (Zohar, Tikkunei Zohar, Zohar Chadash) have a stylized approach to mysticism.
They are written in an obscure fashion suggesting always that there is something deeper.
In my commentaries I show the connections being presented in common terms and using practical examples and analogies. Yes there is a method to my teachings because they mirror one for one the teachings of the Zohar. How could they not?
This book provides years of study material and I can promise that will open so many doors wherever you choose to go. Herein we make the connection. When that happens anything goes.
This is the first English translation of the Tikkunei Zohar ever to be published and the very first complete and comprehensive English commentary.