The Zohar, Chapter “VeYechi (And Jacob Lived),” Item 528: However, he did not disclose what he wished to disclose, since he wished to reveal the end to them. There is an end to the right and an end to the left. He wished to reveal to them the end of the right, to be kept and to be purified from the foreskin in the end of the left. And what he revealed to them was known and was revealed until they arrived at the holy land. However, he did not disclose other things, and they are hidden in the Torah, in those blessings.
We have to try to recognize the events described in The Zohar within “ourselves,” in our corrected desire. The more we aspire to sense them within the corrected desire, the stronger Light of correction we attract. It will gradually correct us, and we will be able to see the true picture.
It’s like I’m looking at something without glasses yet I know that I need and lack them. I want to see the true picture and hope to obtain the “glasses,” correct my vision, and see the true state. This is the essence of reading The Book of Zohar.
From the 2nd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 10/3/10, The Zohar