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Daily Kabbalah Bites - 07-09-11

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Your Keter (Crown) is my Malchut (Kingdom)

My Keter fills your Malchut and the opposite, and accordingly we have between us a spiritual connection.

There is a connection between us according to what one wants and the other is able to give, and is operated as if directly between them, i.e.,  from the desire to receive to the desire to receive, like how ZAT of Bina (seven lower of Bina) bestows to Zeir Anpin (small face). Thus we discover the first nine attributes of bestowal and build a Parzuf (face). In order to build a Partzuf, I must connect to a foreign desire, like Keter, my desire, connecting to Malchut, your desire. We must acquire each other's deficiency, to connect actively to something else and bestow to it. Without this there is no soul and no Partzuf. The Ten Sefriot which comprise a Partzuf are the description of my desire and how it can fill the desire of someone else. I fill you and you fill me, and accordingly there is a connection between us.

 

 - from the 3rd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 09/07/11, Talmud Eser Sefirot (minutes 11-18)

 
 
 
 
 

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