Daily Kabbalah Definition
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Gmar Tikkun (End of Correction)
What is the meaning of "Gmar Tikkun"
"Gmar Tikkun" is the permanent state that the Creator created from the beginning, the state called, "Ein Sof (infinity)." Each of us were created in this state as a point and in order for us to feel it as Ein Sof, the Creator prepared a way out of there for us, and also a return to there. And for this purpose, He created this world.
The descent from Ein Sof is called, "descent of the worlds." According to the same path, according to the same Reshimot (reminiscences), we return from this world to the Malchut of Ein Sof, through five worlds called, Assiya, Beria, Yetzira, Atzilut, and Adam Kadmon. We return to Ein Sof, to the state of Gmar Tikkun. And on the way back we become independent and instead of the point, each one becomes truly as Ein Sof. And then that Ein Sof we reach is filled with Light, not the way it was in the initial state, but it is filled with Light that is called, NRNHY (Nefesh, Ruach, Neshama, Haya, Yechida).
This takes place the same as it does in this world, when a person is born. In the beginning, the person is just a drop of semen which contains everything. The drop of semen contains all the information about the future person, the person's whole destiny, everything that will take place to that person during the person's life until he grows in intelligence, feelings, size, control, everything. This also takes place in spirituality. In the beginning, we have only one point and it needs to develop until it is the size of Ein Sof, until the state of Gmar Tikkun where each one of us will function truly like the Creator.
- from the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 11/07/10 (minutes 22-34)