The Sound Of The Horn—Softening Of The Properties Of Malchut

571.03Question: What does the sound of the horn mean?

Answer: It means softening of the properties of Malchut by Bina where egoism is corrected to bestowal.

Comment: It is written in the Torah that when the people of Israel heard the sound of the horn, they started to shout and the walls of Jericho fell down.

My Response: When Malchut is gradually corrected under the influence of Bina, the walls of egoism are being destroyed.

Bina can influence Malchut in such a way that its qualities begin to connect with the qualities of Malchut. But this is a long process.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 9/27/21

Related Material:
“And It Was At The Seventh Time, The Priests Blew With The Trumpets”
The Siege Upon Egoism
How To Interpret Numbers In The Torah?

Discussion | Share Feedback | Ask a question Comments RSS Feed