Torah: the voice of the Soul

The Torah: The Soul’s Voice

by yedidah on February 3, 2013

Play

There is a general principle in the Kabbalah that no light may be attained without its appropriate vessel.
So although it is true that we are surrounded by the infinite light of God at all times, we cannot sense God’s light if we do not have the appropriate vessel.
What is the appropriate vessel though which we may come to appreciate the soul, that part of God within us? How can we relate to the soul? How can we come into affinity of form with the soul, which implies dvekut or unity with it?
The Zohar states that the Torah, the soul and the Holy Blessed One are one. It also states that God is hidden in the Torah.
How does Torah differ from other knowledge? How canĀ  the Torah help me hear my soul? What qualities do I need to cultivate in order to find the Essence of God hidden in the Torah?

{ 0 comments… add one now }

Leave a Comment

{ 1 trackback }

Previous post:

Next post: