Monday, March 21, 2016

“Being There; No Permission Needed” p:38

AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Adar II 5776 

Page 38 of the pamphlet – (a third into the page. Line starts: 'gum...') [page 29 in the book]. For text see below.

Questions and comments:

The Rebbe subtly presents a principle: the 10 hidden sphirot are the source of the kav, nevertheless there is some kind of a tzimtzum in the light of the kav as well.

Revelation of the hidden means an exposure of what is hidden, as it is in its place. And the Rebbe asks, 'how can it be called an exposure of what is hidden?', when in truth a tzimtzum has taken place.

Thought is like a 'revelation of what is hidden'. It is garment of the soul, and a means by which the soul expresses itself. It is a too. But this tool/means has a unique position. It does not need permission to know what the soul exposes into sechel/mind. It observes mind coming from soul.

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