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AHP (Awzen, Hotem, Peh) (Ears, Nose, Mouth) D'Elyon (Of The Above)

What is AHP (Awzen, Hotem, Peh) (Ears, Nose, Mouth) D'Elyon (Of the above), and what does it mean to "stick to AHP D'Elyon"?

"AHP D'Elyon" is that same Malchut (Kingdom) which is concluded of the rest of the other souls, which are estrange to that point in the Tachton (Lower One) and with whom he has to connect. What is the structure of AHP D'Elyon? It is all the souls, the infinite world, meaning, the whole vessel, but to the extent that the Tachton (Lower One) can connect to the souls. This form is called the Shechina (Divinity).

To build a spiritual Partzuf (Face), the Lower One should stick to AHP D'Elyon, namely to accept his control. Then in AHP D'Elyon, the spiritual world is revealed. We need to see the AHP D'Elyon in the environment, in the group, and to the extent that a person annuls himself, to that extent he captures a picture, an addition to the point in his heart. At this state he starts to receive the copy of the group; the point in the heart begins to swell at the expense of these parts of the group and receive the spiritual Partzuf (Face).


 -from the 2nd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 6/14/10 (minutes 15-21)


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