Question: According to the description of the “language of branches,” which defines the relationship between the root and the branch, it appears that these are certain forces or even fields that connect different states.
Answer: A field of energy is a certain state. Indeed, the language of branches connects together the field or domain of reception with that of bestowal. Every word is intended to indicate the path from one state to another and to take us from one state to the next.
It follows that the language of branches doesn’t explain something in one plane, whether in this world or the upper one, meaning in the plane of reception or the plane of bestowal. Rather, it shows you the path, it as if drags you away, wishing to take you from the state of reception to bestowal.
The main distinction of this language is that it takes us to another level, whereas all other languages remain in the same plane and don’t trigger an ascent to the next degree. The language of branches is called such because it aspires to raise you from the branches to the roots. It is built like a lift or a crane. That is why it indicates the spiritual root and also holds its complete cipher: TANTA (Taamim-Nekudot-Tagin-Otiot), the inner data of the root.
From the 3rd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 7/11/2011, Talmud Eser Sefirot