Torah, Deuteronomy 31:10 – 31:11: Then, Moses commanded them, saying, “At the end of [every] seven years, at an appointed time, in the Festival of Succoth, [after] the year of release, when all Israel comes to appear before the Lord, your God, in the place He will choose, you shall read this Torah before all Israel, in their ears.
Self-examination, examination of your own negative, egoistic desires occurs prior to the New Year (Rosh HaShana).
Rosh HaShana is the beginning of correction; Judgement Day (Yom Kippur) is the next stage.
And the final correction occurs on Sukkot. This is “Hibuk Smol” (embrace from the left side) and “Hibuk Yamin” (embrace from the right side),in other words, the drawing together of the Creator and the created being. Their complete union is symbolized by the last day of the holiday of Sukkot called Simchat Torah (Rejoicing of the Torah).
From KabTV’s Secrets of the Eternal Book, 1/23/17