Friday, December 19, 2014

A Call for Healing of Between Citizens and Law

The greatest healing effort in 2015 should be devoted to healing the relationship between citizens and law. We are in such great conflict with our own legal systems. We most especially need healing in the relationship between the citizens and law enforcement. We need to come together as a collective society, both nationally and globally, and come to terms with the laws and legal systems we've created. Look at the laws that are on the books: do they really serve the purpose to help make our world more prosperous and protect against injustice?

Before any of this can happen, the individual must face the rules of their own personal living patterns. Do you do justice with yourself? Do you make rules for yourself and then break them? Is integrity a matter of slavishly following a decree, or does it take into account the justice of the circumstances of time and place?

When the citizens hate the laws and law enforcement, we throw fuel into the fire of injustice. Rather than hate law and law enforcement, pray for healing of law and law enforcement. Pray for a world where the citizens love the law, and there is peace and harmony between those who follow the law and those who enforce the law. But before this can happen, we need to decide what the law should be, and make every effort to recreate a new set of laws that we can honor and love.

And believing that we are powerless to change the law (us vs. them mentality) is probably the first place that needs healing.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Romantic Love and Divine Love

ROMANTIC LOVE : I'll love you as long as you love me back.
DIVINE LOVE : I'll love you even if you don't love me back.

Romantic love is based on affinity for the other person. If the other person should change and become a different person, which everyone is likely to do, then the affinity may no longer exist, and the love ends.

Divine love is based on existence. I love you eternally because what I love about you cannot change, it is your true self. I have no choice but to love you, because this love is part of who I am, and not a result of the will-to-love in action. Since this love is part of who I am, then you are part of who I am, and I am part of you.

Romantic love is 'heart-to-heart'. Divine love is 'heart-is-heart'.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Beit & Shabbat

Beit: first letter of Torah,
Beit: second letter of Alef-Beit.

Beit = BYT = 2+10+400 = 412 = 7,
Beit = 'house'.

A house defines inside,
And defines outside.

Work: outer processing,
Rest: inner processing.

Six days of outer processing,
One day of inner processing.

The completion of the outer Beit is Shabbat,
Shabbat is the beginning of the inner Beit.

The house is prepared to dwell inside,
The bride is welcomed into her home.

Friday, November 14, 2014

The Height of the Body of God in Proportion to the Size of the Universe

We can hardly imagine how big the universe must be according to the most recent astronomical data. 46 billion light years! But this is still only a microscopic proportion of the measurement of the body of God according to an ancient mystical text.

The units of measurement describe a mathematical system that can be used to leap between parallel realities, quantifying the exact measurements required to convert between one layer of higher dimensional reality and the next. The text reads as follows:

""And this is the size of the divine body as stated in the Book of Dimensions: 'Verav kocha'. This is the height of the Creator, may His name be blessed: 236 thousand ten-thousands of his parasangs. His parasang equals three mils, and each mil equals ten thousand cubits, while each cubit equals three spans, and each span is the size of the entire universe." -- Sefer Hashi'ur

This leads to the calculation of the height of the body of God as 212,400,000,000,000 lengths of the entire universe!

The actual lengths may be beyond our comprehension, but we can understand the numbers 236 and 2124. If we focus on these numbers, and activate their powers inside, it will help us shift between parallel realities. The numbers are a magical technology to help us achieve our goals.

"Great is our Lord and abundant in strength (verav koach), His understanding is beyond calculation." -- Psalms 147:5

A model of the size of the universe

Thursday, November 13, 2014

My Greatest Fear


My greatest fear is that I have not completely eradicated my evil inclination.

This does not say that I'm not sure whether or not I have completely eradicated my evil inclination. I am saying that I know I have not, and I fear the evil that the Lord, in his compassion, has hidden from my sight. He has prevented me from seeing it because I am too weak to conquer it right now. And that is why I am fearful.

But I place my trust in the Lord, that he is guiding me in His ways, and teaching me to become stronger, so that I will be able to conquer every last trace of my evil inclination. Because I place my trust in the Lord completely, I am guaranteed of victory.

Friday, November 7, 2014

The 613 Mizvot of the Torah and the Metatronic Overself

There are 613 Mitzvot in the Torah, divided into 248 obligations and 365 prohibitions. We often hear about the importance of doing Mitzvot, and some even say that the coming of the Messiah is directly related to performance of the Mitzvot. But that is just the surface-level view (p'shat). But what is the secret (sod) of the Mitzvot?

From a higher perspective, the Torah is the collective dreambook of all Metatronic Overself programs of Adamic evolution. At this level, we see that the Overself is constructed out of the all the Mitzvot - it is always doing all 248 obligations and never does any of the 365 prohibitions. Esoterically, this is the Gan Eden - the state of being in which the performance of all 613 Mitzvot is a simultaneous reality. But does this mean that we should not practice Torah and perform Mitzvot daily?

When the Overself emanates an individual spirit, it must enter the dimension of time. This means that the state of resonance with the Mitzvot is variable and can change dynamically. Therefore, actual physical performance is needed to achieve vibrational resonance with the Mitzvot. This opens up Overself functionality to the individual spirit.

The study of the laws of the Mitzvot and the sections of the Torah in which the Mitzvot are defined is a major educational imperative in Talmud Torah. Understanding the principles and goals of Mitzvot observance are a key to unlocking the mysteries of our Overself.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

What is in Your Heart is What You Will Find in God

So, you want to find God? Which God do you seek? The God beyond time and space, or the God that is everywhere and in all things? The God of judgment and punishment, or the God of love and mercy? Do you seek many Gods or just one God? The God who sets the universe in motion and then takes a lunch break, or the God who pulls the strings behind historical events? The God of art and beauty or the God of intellect and intelligence? The God of law and order or the God of goodness and oneness? The God who listens to prayer or the God who doesn't give a shit about you? Or the God who is dead and the God who never existed? Which do you seek? 

You can find all of these Gods and more - they can all be found, even the God who doesn't exist can be found. You set out on your journey from where you begin right now. What you find in the end only takes you back to the beginning, the place where you started. What do you find in your heart? Only what is there right now. Change what is in your heart, and you will find a different God.