Each hour of the day I must feel I am being governed by the timeless, perfect management as if it has been already revealed to me. If I do, Kabbalists mandate that I spend a half-hour a day analyzing and examining myself as in the beginning of every new week.
Ideally, if I constantly manage to hold myself “above reason,” then I have to examine my starting point “within reason.” Thereby, I renew my work and make it more and more meaningful.
For example, I have succeeded in working with a certain Reshimo (informational gene). Now, I have an opportunity to descend and examine what Reshimo it was and to resume my work later on. I do so over and over again, until from Hesed, I finally reach Malchut, Saturday.
Working in HGT (Hesed, Gevurah, Tifferet), I create the three lines. In NHY (Netzah, Hod, Yesod), I build them into the will to enjoy where Yesod becomes the sum (Σ) of all days.
I measure each of these days by a more exalted desire with a better quality Aviut (coarseness), but, in total, they constitute the ten Sefirot. Their “head,” HBD (Hochma, Bina, Daat), we attain further on.
On the scale of creation, we are talking about the six “millennia” of corrections followed by the seventh millennium of rest. This process is divided into corresponding parts, each of which is similar to the whole.
From the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 1/3/2011, “He Who did not Toil on Shabbat Eve, What will He Eat on Shabbat?”