Questions I received on the spiritual meanings of Kabbalistic writings:
Question: Is there a translation of the 613 desires (commandments) of the Torah to the language of the ten Sefirot?
Question: The following is a quote from a poem by Baal HaSulam: “And then that special Tower of Oz will appear before you.” What does the Tower of Oz refer to?
My Answer: Oz is a force, referring to the complete revelation of the Creator.
Question: One of Baal HaSulam’s texts reads: “The Method of Influence Through the Names.” Could you explain what this means?
My Answer: Names refer to partial attainments of the Creator, which then combine together to form His one four-letter name, HaVaYaH.
Question: The Book of Creation speaks about the seven skies, each of which has seven moons, and the seventh sky has pure souls. And it also mentions “screens.” I would like to know more about this. What do the skies, the moons, and the screens actually mean?
My Answer: All of this refers only to the Sefirot, Parzufim, Olamot, Masachim, Reshimot, and other parts of the desire, which gradually become similar to the Creator. It’s because nothing exists except the Creator and the desire He created. The seven skies are the seven Sefirot of ZON. The seven moons are the Malchut in each Sefira. And so on. See the Ari‘s work.
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The Zohar: “The Tenth Commandment,” Item 237
Baal HaSulam Article: “Introduction to the Book, From the Mouth of a Sage”
Baal HaSulam Book: “Preface to the Wisdom of Kabbalah”, Section “Five Partzufim of the World of Atzilut MA and BON in Each Partzuf”