Torah, Deuteronomy 17:18 – 17:19: And it will be, when he sits upon his royal throne, that he shall write for himself two copies of this Torah on a scroll from [that Torah which is] before the Levitic kohanim. And it shall be with him, and he shall read it all the days of his life, so that he may learn to fear the Lord, his God, to keep all the words of this Torah and these statutes, to perform them.
Each person should be a king in order to appear before the upper King, the Creator. For that, he must have procured two upper lights, two special restrictions, the Cohens and Levites (the right and left lines), and in terms of Hassadim and from the standpoint of Hochma.
With both hands, meaning in two lines, he should accept everything that is given to him from above and react correctly to it.
A king in a person is the Keter (Crown) that accepts the upper force and transforms himself through all of his other desires and qualities. In other words, the connection with the Creator extends to all people through the person receiving the upper nature.
As it is written, “He shall write for himself two copies of this Torah,” meaning that he should write on his desires so that they will be formed correctly in accordance with the upper system
In “He shall read it all the days of his life, so that he may learn to fear the Lord, his God,” to read means to explore one’s desires more and more deeply within a constantly evolving egoism, rewritten with new points and signs. This is endless work until the complete correction of a person as long as he exists in this world, going through reincarnation after reincarnation.
He keeps reading the same book because the Torah describes the depth of our corrections until we completely finish the job.
Moreover, what we have in mind is not reading the text, but that everyone should write the Torah scrolls on their hearts, in other words, to form all of your desires in accordance with the upper laws of convergence, connection, up to love.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 9/5/16