Monday, June 29, 2015

“Inherent Letters; Mother of Invention” p:18/13

AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Nissan 5775 



Page 18 of pamphlet – (At 6th line from top of the page. Line begins: 'ha-hagbalah...'). Page 13 of the book. For text see below.

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A person moves by walking. This is a physical act. The legs move. Friction plays a role. But a person does not walk. He goes. The force behind his motion is not the movement of his legs, but his desire to be at the destination.


Yet the physical action of walking also exists. It is so distant from the essence that it can be replicated by a robot that has no real human intent. Inherent in the thought of going is already the means of getting there. This is the osiot/letters in the thought. These letters are not revealed unless there is an external challenge to getting there. Unto himself a man is already in the place where his thoughts are located.




Sunday, June 28, 2015

“Thickening of The Light” p:18/13

AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Nissan 5775 



Page 18 of pamphlet – (At 6th line from top of the page. Line begins: 'ha-hagbalah...'). Page 13 of the book. For text see below.

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We said that a vessel/keili is the result of the thickening of the light.

The vessels come from light, but to become a vessel is not a natural effect of the light. The thickening is due to an external effect (davar acher).

Tzimtzum/contraction results in reduced light – not vessels/keilim.

Every matter of intellect has vessels by which it can be contained and then revealed. These are letters and words that serve as 'vessels'.


Life cannot be explained in 'scientific' terms. Don't try.


For physical survival a person breathes air. And the air is breathed into you from above. You don't have to struggle. This is like life – we are constantly alive and are not conscious of it...

Life is here because He wants it. There is no moment of absence.

Life is super worldly. Sechel/mind is life at the level of world.

On the one hand sechel is pure soul, but on the other hand it is soul as applied to a worldly context and experience.

Friday, June 26, 2015

“Everywhere; Ever Present” p:18/13

AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Nissan 5775 



Page 18 of pamphlet – (At 6th line from top of the page. Line begins: 'ha-hagbalah...'). Page 13 of the book. For text see below.

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We are discussing keilim/vessels and saying that they come from a 'thickening' of the light.


Vessels/keilim stand by themselves, yet they represent something of significance.


Everyone has mind/sechel, that originates at an undefinable level. At a lower level it becomes defined. It is an error to think that the defined level is the real mind/sechel. In actuality the undefined level is the real human being.



Thursday, June 25, 2015

“The Light of Man” p:18/13

AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Nissan 5775 



Page 18 of pamphlet – (At 5th line from top of the page. Line begins: 'hakeilim...'). Page 13 of the book. For text see below.

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We are discussing keilim/vessels and their significance.

To refresh – The principle of light and vessels: the ohr/light is not to be confused with 'light' that is just a created energy...

Ohr is the effect of the presence of an essence.

In what way is a host present for a guest. There is an external meal. But the relationship is not based on the food. What makes up the relationship? The acceptance by the host. The host presents light/ohr to the guest. The spirit of his presence.

The host's presence is more important than anything he gives. He gives of himself. How? He's unto himself. But his presence itself is a giving – it is very important to the guest. And how is it transmitted to the guest? It is a gift of light. It is the human reality.

The human being is present in the world, but he is also independent of the world, and this is the 'light' element.


He contributes to the world. The world doesn't contribute to him.


The world without a human being is meaningless.

Man's presence in the world changes everything. He brought fundamental reality to the world. A Godly reality.

This is the meaning of ohr. He didn't have to do anything or say anything. By his presence he changed the world.

Man's first task was to name all the animals. This is because he knew that each animal was not there for its own sake, but to make a specific contribution to the wholeness of the world...

Man knew that each animal was made to 'do its thing' and that there's a meaning to everything.

The vessels are created when the light is hidden. Then the 'somethingness' of the light remains and it forms a vessel.


“A Trace Remains” p:18/13

AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Nissan 5775 



Page 18 of pamphlet – (At 5th line from top of the page. Line begins: 'hakeilim...'). Page 13 of the book. For text see below.

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We are making some subtle distinctions. Both the lights and the vessels come by means of the tzimtzum/contraction.

All comes from the First Being. This is recognized at the level of ohrot/lights. Vessels also are representative of the First Being, but they say, “I am here and represent myself, but I admit there is a First Being...”

Everything comes through the tzimtzum, but the vessels and lights are affected differently by it.

The vessels are sourced in the aspect of 'hidden'.


They are the result of 'hiding', but there's a point that is a trace (nekuda hareshimo)...

From the 'thickening' of the light the vessels come about.

Everything comes from the light, but the degreee that the light is revealed varies.