Sukkot Part 1: The Light of Mercy

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Zohar Class With Eitan Yardeni

Sukkot Part 1: The Light of Mercy

Published: December 23, 2013
Originally recorded: October 3, 2011

Lesson Highlights

  • The Light of Mercy: being outside of ourselves
  • Bringing peace to the world
  • Drawing Inner and Surrounding Light from Binah and Zeir Anpin
  • Inner Light: the level of Light we can handle
  • Surrounding Light: our potential
  • The Light of the Sukkah: The Light of the Holy Temple
  • Eating and sleeping in the Sukkah: drawing our mercy
  • The lulav and etrog: drawing our Inner Light of Mercy from Zeir Anpin to Malchut
  • Three myrtle branches on the right correspond to Chesed, Gevurah and Tiferet
  • Two willow branches on the left correspond to Netzach and Hod
  • One date palm branch in the center corresponds to Yesod
  • The etrog corresponds to Malchut
  • Tasting represents our actions and smelling represents our heart (giving desires)
  • Myrtle: smell but no taste: desire to give without giving
  • Willow: no smell or taste: no desire to give without giving
  • Date palm: taste but no smell: performing giving actions without the heart
  • The etrog: taste and smell: performing giving actions with our heart
  • Walking around the Torah with the lulav and etrog draws our Surrounding Light
  • Building and decorating the Sukkah

Lesson Description

The Zohar teaches that we penetrate the hearts of everyone in the world during Sukkot. Join Eitan as he explains how we draw the Light of Mercy from the Upper Worlds and bring protection for ourselves and the world.

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Written 2,000 years ago by Rav Shimon Bar Yochai, the Zohar explains all of the secrets of the Bible, the Universe and every aspect of life. The Zohar class is a weekly journey to understand the energy and challenges that will confront us during the week and how we can elevate our consciousness to prevent chaos from occurring in our lives.

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