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The Kli, the Light, and the Correction

What should one imagine during the reading of The Zohar so that the Creator will be disclosed? What should one imagine while reading all those words that I don't know how to feel (unity of souls, Light), if the Light that is operating intensifies the reading? 

I imagine that all of us are together in one Kli (vessel) and that the text we read in The Book of Zohar is discovered as internality of these Kelim (vessels). These Kelim are special, and fulfillment is within them. A Kli with fulfillment is disclosed to me as the disclosure of the Creator. This is what I describe to myself. That's all, since this is what needs to be. This is the result of the Torah-disclosure of the Creator to the created through correction. The correction is in my connection with others, and that is the Kli. The Kli receives the attribute of connection, the attribute of correction, which is the Creator. What is the Creator? It is my Kli when it is entirely connected, in all its parts, to bestowal.

-from the 1st part of the daily Kabbalah lesson (minutes 31-33)

 
 
 
 
 

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