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Speech & Shekinah: Power of the Mouth

#1 Postby Tau Malachi » Sat Dec 05, 2015 4:45 pm

Speech & Shekinah: Power of the Mouth

Mouth is a cognomen of Malkut, Shekinah - “mouth of Yahweh”; and the tongue is a cognomen of Yesod. This implies that through the power of speech, speaking, we either unify or separate Yesod and Malkut, and through our speech we either manifest Malkut, Shekinah, and righteousness, or we manifest the klippot of Malkut, Lilith, and wickedness.

Understand, speech is like the power of the Mother (Imma) and Daughter (Nukva) giving birth, and what we speak is “born” and becomes manifest, whether something of the Holy Sefirot, or the klippot, the Other Side; and this is true with the speech of every human being, whether conscious or unconscious of the power and consequence of speech. When human beings speak with mindfulness, joining their intelligence with their speech, and when their speech is positive, uplifting, and they speak with awareness, kindness, love and compassion, then they invoke and bring forth something of the Sefirot, but when there is a lack of awareness, and there is unkindness, and a human ventures into negative speaking, vain and idle chatter, malicious gossip and slander, false witness, or evil speech, they invoke and bring forth something of the klippot, the Other Side. Beware of this, remember this, know and understand this, and be wise with your speech, likewise, as you listen and hear what is spoken by others, discern, and “judge a tree by its fruit.” Avoid negative, evil speaking, and seek the speech, the word, that’s good and true, from faith and love.

We live in a Dark Age, and a perverse generation, and this may be discerned by the common speech in the population, in media, in various mediums of entertainment, and even in those who would seek to lead the people and the land; there is a lack of understanding, a grave ignorance, of where the freedom of speech carries us when engaged without mindfulness, our intelligence, and compassion, and much of the way of speaking in these times leads to darkness, divisiveness, and to death and destruction. God help us!

Beware of this, and do not give in to it, but counter it with the power of a true human being, an intelligent speaking one, one who knows and understands that they are a co-creator and conscious agent of the kingdom of heaven and the Almighty (Shaddai)!

With our thoughts, and more so with our words and actions, we invoke spiritual forces, and the spiritual forces invoked become manifest in this world, for good or evil; understand, even vain and idle chatter brings forth influences of the klippot, the Other Side, let alone completely negative speech. St. James give much attention to this in his letter to the faithful and spiritual elect, likening the tongue to a “rudder on a ship,” steering where the ship, the soul, goes. When there is right speech, aligned with the Sefirot and innate goodness, the will of the Holy One, Yesod and Malkut are joined, and something of the upper Sefirot becomes manifest; conversely, when speech becomes admixed or negative, Yesod and Malkut are separated, and the forces of the klippot, the Other Side, are fed and manifest.

There is, in truth, tremendous power in speech, in our speaking, and into this power we must look and see, and understand; for by human speech the fate and destiny of the world is being shaped, and we determine where we go, whether something heavenly or hellish, or in between. Thought is a great power, and speech is the manifesting power; hence, Malkut called “mouth.”

Where your thoughts go, you go and you dwell, and what you speak, you manifest; consider your thoughts and see if they are where you want to be, and more so, consider your speech and see if it is the reality you wish to manifest.

Now, in closing, we can speak an esoteric mystery for our contemplation. When our thoughts and speech align with the Divine Attributes (Sefirot) and express them, Yesod and Malkut are joined, as in the bridal chamber; but more than this, Binah and Malkut are joined, the interior and exterior Shekinah, and Supernal Influx may transpire, and in this the balance of forces shifts, fates and destinies are changed.

Do not doubt the power of the Living Word - Messiah, but let your speech and intelligence merge with the Messiah and Holy Spirit, and let the Holy Spirit take up your person and life, and speak through your mouth and in your heart. With the Lord’s help, may you experience this! Amen.

This is a teaching, a message, set into my heart by the Holy Spirit today, and so it was given for me to share it.

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Re: Speech & Shekinah: Power of the Mouth

#2 Postby HelenaN » Wed Dec 09, 2015 8:50 pm

There is, in truth, tremendous power in speech, in our speaking, and into this power we must look and see, and understand; for by human speech the fate and destiny of the world is being shaped, and we determine where we go, whether something heavenly or hellish, or in between. Thought is a great power, and speech is the manifesting power; hence, Malkut called “mouth.”

Thank you, Tau Malachi, for this important teaching. I find hope in it because being mindful of thoughts and speech moment to moment is within reach. I say "within reach" because when faced with the vastness and complexity of the world's problems, and on a much smaller scale, for example, when facing an angry person, the question arises "What needs to be done?" Here is something that can be done as an individual.

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Re: Speech & Shekinah: Power of the Mouth

#3 Postby Elder Sarah » Wed Dec 09, 2015 9:50 pm

Shalom!

I too am very thankful for this teaching, it is something we are confronted with moment to moment and day to day. This is a teaching I don't think we can hear enough. Praise the Holy Mother for her guidance!

It touches into a recent contemplation, one where there has been insight into the power of tongue, how so easily, how in a split second, it can either uplift or tear down. What intrigues me is the interaction between mouth, Malkut and tongue, Yesod. Mouth appears to be as the space in which the tones and vibration go out, while tongue is the sharp stirrer, or "sword", or "rudder" as has been said in scripture, that directs vibration within the space of mouth. We know Yesod corresponds with desire energy, Perhaps then Malkut is the space where this energy gets expressed? Therefore what comes out of the mouth, in the form of speech, is our desire energy made manifest. This desire can either unite Yesod and Malkut or cause disharmony, discordant vibration and therefore cause Malkut to be disconnected from the Holy Sefirot.

I am very intrigued by something you say Tau Malachi,

" When our thoughts and speech align with the Divine Attributes (Sefirot) and express them, Yesod and Malkut are joined, as in the bridal chamber; but more than this, Binah and Malkut are joined, the interior and exterior Shekinah, and Supernal Influx may transpire, and in this the balance of forces shifts, fates and destinies are changed."

Can we say something of the shift of a balance of forces, fates and destinies has much to do with the "space" of Malkut being shifted? That by shifting tones, vibrations, the raying out of desire energy, a shift that focuses more on an influx from the Divine Attributes, actual space and surroundings change? In this it seems as though speech is beyond words, as you pointed to, speech is also thoughts. Perhaps this corresponds with what is said of the Greater Prophet, that what is spoken comes to pass?

Holy One, we pray empower our speech toward the Divine Kingdom, toward what is good!

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Re: Speech & Shekinah: Power of the Mouth

#4 Postby Tau Malachi » Thu Dec 10, 2015 10:22 am

Grace and peace to you in Hayyah Yeshua, the Living One!

The six Sefirot between Binah and Malkut correspond with the six directions of space, and therefore Malkut corresponds with the space that manifests; hence, the primordial, supernal, spiritual, astral and material universes and the countless worlds that are within them. Thus, the exterior Shekinah, the Daughter (Nukva) or Bride (Kallah), corresponds with the radiant display of reality on all levels, from Adam Kadmon to Asiyah, including this life and this world of our experience.

At every level, in every dimension of consciousness, whether individual or collective, the reality of our experience corresponds with a weave of the spiritual powers of the Sefirot and is a radiant display of the energy of our mind, consciousness or soul, all founded upon our mentalities, and the thoughts, speech and actions generated by them. If and when mentalities are bound up in the ignorance- the darkness- and are impure, and therefore thoughts, speech and actions are impure, the elements of consciousness arise in impurity. Instead of the spiritual powers of the Holy Sefirot, unholy spiritual powers of the klippot are manifest, the impure emanations of the Other Side. Thus, Malkut, Divine Sovereignty, the Holy Shekinah, can be manifest, or the klippah of Malkut, Dominion of the Other Side, Lilith, can be manifest, heaven forbid!

As perhaps you might surmise, between Malkut, Shekinah, manifest in primordial and supernal purity and the klippah of Malkut, Lilith, manifest in complete impurity, there are countless gradations of impurity from the most subtle and sublime to the most gross and dense, and as we know the Holy Shekinah can manifest in peaceful, wrathful or blissful emanation; hence, in Mercy, Judgment or Compassion correspondingly.

There is a wild teaching regarding this, but one that conveys distinct truth. According to mekubalim, when the Holy Shekinah is not made manifest, but is made to “wander in exile,” Lilith becomes manifest as the “consort of Yahweh”; this corresponds with extreme severity, or Strict Judgment, and a movement towards great darkness, death and destruction. This, of course, becomes manifest as a Dark Age, and in such times the inclination in herd consciousness shifts towards the Other Side, invoking greater darkness into the world, and therefore invoking the force of Judgment - the Day of Judgment.

Essentially, whether the manifestation of the Holy Shekinah or Lilith (or “Whore of Babylon”), and the manifestation of Mercy, Judgment or Compassion, we invoke it, we create, form and make it, and bring it upon ourselves, weaving the reality of our experience with our mentalities, and with our thoughts, words and actions; what becomes manifest as the reality of our experience is the radiant display of our own vibration and energy, whether on an individual level or a collective level.

We are taught that tzaddikim are the foundation of the world, and that tzaddikim are the light of the world; the continuance of the world depends upon the spiritual labors of the tzaddikim, and therefore if, God forbid, tzaddikim ceased to be in the world, life in the world would cease, the world would pass into the great destruction, the Day of Judgment.

In this regard we may consider the generation of Noah. There were no great tzaddikim in his generation, and although he was accounted as righteous, tzaddik, it was in comparison to his generation - a wicked generation; hence, he was an impure, lesser tzaddik, and he alone was not able to mitigate the impending Strict Judgment with the invocation of Mercy - he did not have the strength of faith and realization to think of invoking compassion for the people and the land.

This is an important lesson to us, for we live in a generation that is more and more like that of Noah, and in this regard we may consider Abraham, who was a great tzaddik, and remember his intercession with the Holy One on behalf of Sodom and Gomorrah; he hoped for Mercy to mitigate Judgment, and he invoked Compassion, and therefore, according to the promise of the Holy One to him, if there had been ten tzaddikim among the people of those fated cities all who lived in them would have been spared the Strict Judgment that was pending. This teaches us the role of the faithful and spiritual elect during a Dark Age, or in the midst of a perverse generation, that rather than giving into hopelessness and laboring for their own salvation alone, giving up on the salvation of others, they abide as a sign of spiritual hope to the people, and they actively invoke Mercy and Compassion, seeking to mitigate Judgment, laboring for the salvation of all that might receive it.

Understand, regardless of the great darkness that dominates this world, the longer the duration of the world, the more living spirits and souls will be “saved” and uplifted in the Great Ascension; hence, the more that will be enlightened and liberated from this world. Thus, truly, the holy and enlightened ones desire the continuation of life in this world as long as possible, and as an integral part of their labor in the harvest of souls, they pray continually for the extension of life and light in this world, and for more laborers to be sent out into the fields to tend the harvest - more tzaddikim to enter into incarnation.

It is true that anointed tzaddikim passionately pray for the swift coming of the Messiah, and labor to hasten the Second Coming of the Messiah, not for the sake of Judgment however, but for the sake of Mercy and Compassion, and for the deliverance and redemption of as many spirits and souls as possible.

In this, perhaps, we may acquire deeper understanding of our need to pay attention to our mentalities, and to our thoughts and speech, for if we have received the Holy Light and Spirit of God, and if the emanations of the angels have been joined with us, we are called to invoke Mercy and Compassion, laboring to mitigate Judgment, laboring to bring about a balance in the matrix of spiritual forces, invoking the spiritual powers of the Sefirot and banishing the spiritual powers of the klippot. In this we must remember the teaching of St. Paul that our battle is not with blood and flesh, but rather it is with spiritual forces of the klippot, the Other Side, and it is against their influences that inspire and generate evil, negative mentalities, and therefore evil, negative thoughts, words and actions.

In closing it is given that we may speak a mystery. As we know, Malkut, the exterior Shekinah, is called Daughter and Bride; this corresponds with the manifestation of Malkut-Kingdom according to the old covenant and the new covenant, respectively.

Listen and hear, and understand! In the old covenant the faithful and spiritual elect sought nearness to the Holy One, and they sought an earthly kingdom of the Holy One, but they did not know to seek conscious unification with Holy One, and to seek the true heavenly kingdom. In the new covenant, however, in Messiah Yeshua we know to seek nearness and conscious unification, and we know that the true kingdom of the Holy One is not of this world - it’s a heavenly kingdom, the Supernal Abode in the World-To-Come. This holy kingdom, sovereignty, is spread out upon the earth with the coming of the Messiah, and we are called to labor each day for the manifestation of this kingdom of heaven on earth; this we do through the generation of a mentality of heaven - light and love, and through thoughts, words and actions that correspond with and express the Divine Attributes (Sefirot).

Although tzaddikim labor for the extension and preservation of life in this world their orientation is not this world - they are in this world, but they are not of this world; their orientation is the kingdom of heaven and the World-That-Is-Coming, and the uplifting of as many spirits and souls in the Great Ascension as is possible.

Here we may say that as spirits and souls arise in the Great Ascension, the Bride becomes the Mother, this world being as her holy womb giving birth to spirits and souls in the World-To-Come; just as a child in the womb is meant to emerge from it when it is time, so souls in this world are meant to transcend it, all in due season, all as the Supreme wills it.

In terms of right thought, right speech and right action, the generation of the Sacred Heart is the key; hence, love and compassion, and the undying hope for the salvation of all living spirits and souls.

May we walk in the good company of the Holy Shekinah this day, and having the Living Word in us, let us speak it! Amen.


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Re: Speech & Shekinah: Power of the Mouth

#5 Postby Elder Sarah » Sun Dec 20, 2015 10:58 am

Shabbat Shalom!

Praising the Holy Shekinah for such revelations, thank you Tau Malachi for sharing these beautiful words!

I have been very taken up by the contemplation presented here. Two points that might be connected stand out to me, one,

"The six Sefirot between Binah and Malkut correspond with the six directions of space, and therefore Malkut corresponds with the space that manifests; hence, the primordial, supernal, spiritual, astral and material universes and the countless worlds that are within them. "

and two,

"Here we may say that as spirits and souls arise in the Great Ascension, the Bride becomes the Mother, this world being as her holy womb giving birth to spirits and souls in the World-To-Come; just as a child in the womb is meant to emerge from it when it is time, so souls in this world are meant to transcend it, all in due season, all as the Supreme wills it."


The first teaching regarding Malkut as the space that manifest is very intriguing, I cannot say I have heard this teaching in this way before. It feels as though space is manifest depending upon the configuration/arising of the six Sefirot. Therefore, if these manifest in purity, can we say pure space arises, Spirit Space? a space of true speech. If not, space arises in a distorted configuration, and I can imagine all stages in between.

Where this first teaching seems to accord with the second statement quoted is a connection between where the world becomes the womb of the Mother. While we speak much of the mystery of Bride becoming Mother, I am hearing in this a new angle. This world, the countless configurations of space that arise, really are all for the purpose of what may arise through it. Can we say, when Souls arise, coming into being through the space of the reality display, this is Bride becoming Mother? and in this Souls are arising from Space of pure configurations of Sefirot? That the purification of the arising of space is Bride becoming Mother? This is a beautiful nuance of the Mother I am enjoying as we move toward the Feast of Her and Her Child.

Holy One, may we be birthed anew this day!

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Re: Speech & Shekinah: Power of the Mouth

#6 Postby Tau Malachi » Thu Dec 24, 2015 12:06 pm

Grace and peace to you in Messiah Yeshua, our redeemer!

The pure arising of the Six, and pure emanation of Malkut, corresponds with Atzilut, the supernal universe. The arising of the Six and Malkut in Beriyah, Yetzirah and Asiyah corresponds with a progressive restriction of the Light of the Infinite (Or Ain Sof), and as a result an increasing admixture and impurity in the generation of space-time within the spiritual, astral and material universes. This play of admixture, however, is integral to the realization of the power of speech, the co-creative power within spirits and souls, and specifically within the souls of human beings; for with the play of light and darkness, good and evil, and countless gradations of admixture, a force of will and desire for enlightenment is generated, and with choices to be made, self-awareness, intelligence and free will are actualized and realized.

All in a great and supreme mystery, though, through the Divine Incarnation of the Messiah Malkut of Atzilut becomes manifest in Beriyah, Yetzirah and Asiyah, and the Holy Light is made to shine in heaven and on earth, even reaching into the Other Side and the realms of hell; as this Holy and Supernal Light is embodied in Yeshua Messiah and in us, the Light that is above is drawn out from everything below, and as sparks of the Holy Light are released, uplifted and reintegrated with Malkut of Atzilut, or the Light Continuum, Nukva becomes Kallah, and Kallah is exalted, becoming Imma.

When Malkut of Atzilut - the true kingdom of heaven, is made manifest on earth, we may also say that Imma, the Holy Mother, “comes down” and becomes manifest in the place of Nukva, the Daughter; this corresponds with the appearance of the Virgin Mother and Child - the Mother of Enlightenment, for she is the partzuf below corresponding with the Supernal Mother living and moving among us.

We may say this: The Living Father was revealed at Sinai, but could not be comprehended and received, remaining transcendent and concealed; thus, the Holy Mother was “sent and came down,” she who is the Mother of All - Imma Kol, and she has given birth to Messianic Consciousness in humanity, and she gathers all into herself through the Groom and Bride, and through her Son we are unified with the Living Father, the transcendent aspect of the Infinite One.

In this the pure influxes of the Holy Sefirot become manifest in Beriyah, Yetzirah and Asiyah, and this world in which we are living. Praise God!

The appearance of Holy Mother and Child, the Divine Incarnation, is all about opening the way for this enlightenment and liberation - the Great Exodus.

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Re: Speech & Shekinah: Power of the Mouth

#7 Postby Tau Malachi » Sat Jan 02, 2016 9:26 am

Grace and peace to you in Hayyah Yeshua!

We can share something more concerning Malkut as the manifestation of space formed by the Six, Hesed, Gevurah, Tiferet, Netzach, Hod and Yesod.

The Six together form the directions of space, the “fifth element,” and therefore Yesod, the Holy Tzaddik, is called the “fifth element.” From space, the fifth element of consciousness, the other four elements arise, corresponding with air, fire, water and earth, these being the radiant display appearing in space, inseparable from space; hence, the apparent reality that manifests - the realms, worlds and universes of creation.

Malkut is the space manifest, but the manifestation is through the other four fundamental elements of consciousness, or yesodot. One might think that the space element ought to be called the “first element,” given that all arises from it and within it, but in that all returns to it, dissolving into it, and it’s origin is in the Clear Light, it is call the fifth element, or “final element.”

The Six correspond with space, and Malkut corresponds with air, fire, water and earth, but Malkut is the Sefirah of manifestation and realization, therefore Malkut corresponds with whatever space, or reality display, arises and appears.

Now understand, the manifestation of the influxes of the Holy Sefirot depends upon the arising of the fundamental elements of consciousness, the yesodot. Thus, for the influxes of the Sefirot to manifest in their primordial and supernal purity the elements of consciousness must arise in their innate purity. If and when the elements of consciousness arise in impurity, then influxes of the Sefirot occur in impurity more or less, and there is an admixture of klippot - impure emanations, and instead of influxes of the Sefirot, influxes of the klippot can become manifest, heaven forbid!

Thus, the manifestation of the true kingdom of heaven - Malkut of Atzilut, depends upon the purification of the mind, consciousness or soul, the purification of the fundamental elements of consciousness; this corresponds with the complete cessation of self-grasping, desire and fear, or a complete self-offering, as we see with Adonai Yeshua and the Holy Cross (Sacred Tau). Entering into cessation, engaging in a complete self-offering, but abiding in the presence of awareness, awake and alert, so there is a full arising of the elements of consciousness in their primordial purity; hence, the appearance of Yeshua Messiah in the resurrection and ascension, and the full revelation of the Threefold Body - the “solar body of the resurrection.” Therefore the Living Word, primordial and supernal, was revealed and uttered in him, and a new humanity, and new heaven and earth, was made manifest - speech of Yahweh Elohim, Shaddai.

This, perhaps, gives deeper insight into the esoteric meaning of the essential message of Yohanan and Yeshua: “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven has drawn near,” and likewise, to another teaching of Adonai Yeshua, “The kingdom of heaven is spread out upon the earth, but few have eyes to see it.” “Repent,” purify the elements of your consciousness, your soul, and let them be pure emanation - completely in alignment and harmony with heaven and the Holy One; this, of course, corresponds with “eyes to see,” the dispelling of the vision of ignorance, or karmic vision, and the generation of pure vision - enlightenment.

Here we may say, when the fifth element, space, arises in its innate purity, all of the other elements of consciousness arise in their innate purity.

As we know, in the Great Vision of Melchizedek and the dawn of Supernal Consciousness there is an abiding in the Clear Light Nature - complete cessation, a state of Pure Radiant Awareness; in this most subtle and sublime Infinite Primordial Light sound-vibration arises, and from it five essential lights - the pure elements of consciousness, and this gives rise to a great matrix of light, forms of light and light realms, the vision of the true kingdom of heaven, Malkut of Atzilut.

From the Clear Light Foundation first there is sound-vibration, the Word, or Speech, and the manifestation of this Speech is the arising of the five elements of consciousness, yesodot, and when arising in their innate purity Malkut of Atzilut appears. If arising in impurity, however, then Malkut of Beriyah, Yetzirah or Asiyah will appear, all dependent upon the degree of impurity, or the admixture of light and darkness in dualistic consciousness, the illusion of separation.

As we know, on the Great Tree of Life there are fifty Sefirot, and each Sefirah contains all ten, and therefore there are fifty emanations of Malkut; when we gaze in Supernal Consciousness we behold an infinity of Sefirot within Sefirot, countless realms and worlds, countless potential manifestations of Malkut, supernal, spiritual, astral and material. Thus, we behold an infinity of “spaces!”

Here we may speak an open secret. Listen and hear, and understand! Our intention is the realization of the Divine Incarnation in us, and this corresponds with right thought, right speech and right action. The inmost essence of right thought, this is the cessation of thought, desire, in Clear Light Union, and the inmost essence of right speech is the arising of the primordial elements of consciousness from Clear Light Union in their innate purity, and the essence of right action is full reintegration on all levels of consciousness with the Holy Light, uplifting living spirits and souls in the Great Resurrection and Ascension; hence, the holy action of the Messiah, or the Perfect Tzaddik.

I believe this is what you were sensing within and behind this teaching dear sister, and so it seemed good to share, good to draw out your insight.

In closing we may unite this teaching with the teaching given on the Holy Mother and Child above. She is the “Virgin Mother” - Primordial Clear Light, ever pure and pristine, never tainted, strained, traced, marked or corrupted in any way; her Holy Child, he is the arising of sound-vibration and lights - primordial elements of consciousness in their innate purity, the pure emanation of the Glorious Living Word of El Elyon, the Supreme.

“The Mother has come down,” this has been embodied, in the Mother Miriam and Yeshua, and in the Holy Bride, the Magdalene, and all who are able to receive and realize the inmost secret teaching of the Holy Gospel, the Living Word. Hallelu Yah! Praise the Lord!

May many be blessed to realize this Great Natural Perfection, and so return to El Elyon, the Supreme! Amen.

Yahweh Shalom!
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Re: Speech & Shekinah: Power of the Mouth

#8 Postby Elder Sarah » Sun Jan 10, 2016 6:28 pm

Shabbat Shalom!

I abide in praise and thanksgiving for the Wisdom shared in these teachings, Praise be to the Holy Spirit who illuminates Creators great mysteries!

Thank you Tau Malachi for taking this teaching into new depths. As I have read over and over the most recent writing I have come to a conclusion it is better to meditate and pray regarding such mysteries rather than try to figure it out from some mental standpoint.

As I have sat with this a few questions and insights have arisen. You mentioned,

"The Six together form the directions of space, the “fifth element,” and therefore Yesod, the Holy Tzaddik, is called the “fifth element.” From space, the fifth element of consciousness, the other four elements arise, corresponding with air, fire, water and earth, these being the radiant display appearing in space, inseparable from space; hence, the apparent reality that manifests - the realms, worlds and universes of creation."

also,

"From the Clear Light Foundation first there is sound-vibration, the Word, or Speech, and the manifestation of this Speech is the arising of the five elements of consciousness, yesodot, and when arising in their innate purity Malkut of Atzilut appears. If arising in impurity, however, then Malkut of Beriyah, Yetzirah or Asiyah will appear, all dependent upon the degree of impurity, or the admixture of light and darkness in dualistic consciousness, the illusion of separation."

the sound-vibration, or speech that arises from Clear Light more and more feels like an endless array of potential, a movement of unimaginable force, it takes me to something said of the Four Living Creatures in Ezekiel's vision, (1:24)

When they moved, I heard the sound of their wings like the sound of mighty waters, like the thunder of the Almighty, a should of tumult like the sound of an army; when they stopped, they let down their wings. And there came a voice from
above the dome over their heads; when they stopped, they let down their wings."


It almost feels as if the movement of their wings is like unto the arising of sound-vibration. If this is so, could it be that the "stopping" and the voice from above the dome, is something of the abiding in this Clear Light Nature?

I ask this because upon meditating and praying on these mysteries it appears there is abiding and there is an endless arising of sound-vibration. It feels as though somehow through the endless arising of Speech, where impurities enter is through misinterpretations and additions. These misinterpretations feel as echoes, a sound that has been distorted through distance. More and more I wonder if this is the power of meditation, the sheer benefit of stilling mind, thought, speech and action wherein there is a possibility of not adding these interpretations or additions. I feel you hint at this in the power of the Messiah and the bringing of Malkut of Atzilut. That in fact, can we say, through Yeshua Messiah something of the endless misinterpretations are ended and there is a remembrance of a space that has no need of interpretation? Is this as the "Voice from above the Dome"?

Holy One, may we come to our true nature, a nature that abides fully and completely in your Truth!

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Re: Speech & Shekinah: Power of the Mouth

#9 Postby Tau Malachi » Tue Jan 12, 2016 9:45 am

Grace and peace to you from Yahweh Elohim, Shaddai!

What a beautiful insight dear sister. The Holy Spirit has revealed this to you. If we study and contemplate the visions and moments of profound revelations of the prophets, within and behind we find the various aspects and stages of the arising of the Great Vision; they are present in the Holy Scriptures for all to see and hear who have eyes to see and ears to hear, understanding how to pray and meditate, and wait upon the Spirit of God (Ruach Elohim).

Indeed, true insight into esoteric mysteries, or knowledge and understanding of them, does not come through attempting to figure them out with the finite, mortal intellect, for they cannot be fathomed by ordinary mental consciousness; but rather, they are revealed by the Holy Spirit, and are revealed in the experience of higher, more expanded states of mental consciousness, and more so in the experience of pure radiant awareness and supramental consciousness. If we can abide in pure radiant awareness, waiting upon the Spirit of God, the Spirit of God will move, revealing the mysteries of creation and God to us, just as surely as through the movement of the Spirit of God creation comes into being and the glory of God shines in it.

Deep prayer and meditation (hitbodedut) is the key, for through prayer and meditation our soul ascends, consciousness expands, and we experience a greater intelligence, and through deep meditation, pure radiant awareness, or Clear Light Union, the experience of the Perfect Thunder Intelligence dawns - direct knowing of the mysteries and the Holy One. When Adonai Yeshua proclaims that he “sees what the heavenly Father is doing,” and that the divine actions of the Father become his own, he is teaching us about this very experience of Gnostic Being, or direct knowledge, understand and wisdom, which arises from primordial meditation and primordial contemplate, abiding in Clear Light Union, or pure radiant awareness.

You are correct, additions, or misconceptions, misperceptions, misinterpretations, correspond with impurities in the mind, consciousness or soul, karmic vision, karmic conditioning that distort and corrupt our perceptions of reality and God; hence, distortions cause by the ignorance, the illusion of separation, and the arising of self-grasping, attachment and aversion in it. The greater the force of the ignorance, the greater the impurities of the mind, consciousness or soul, and the greater the distortion of our perceptions of reality and God.

In this, perhaps, we may acquire deeper insight into what is taught of the mirror of prophecy, and the manifestation of the mirror as hazy or clear, and perhaps we may acquire deeper insight into the prophets, the lesser and greater prophets.

First, we must understand that the “mirror of prophecy” is our own mind, consciousness or soul, and whether hazy or clear corresponds with impurity or purity in the mind, consciousness or soul; hence, vision in separation, and profound self-grasping, attachment and aversion, or vision in nearness, self-transcendence, and non-attachment and non-aversion, more or less.

According to masters of the tradition, lesser prophets are able to look into the Holy Torah, the law, and through it are able to look and see what will likely transpire, and their gazing is in the hazy mirror of prophecy, subject to much interpretation by the prophet, so that what they see and hear may or may not come to pass as they believe and speak it. Greater prophets, however, merge with the Holy Torah, the law, and they draw near and are intimate with the Holy One, and their gazing is in the clear mirror of prophecy, and therefore they have knowledge and understanding of what they see and hear, and what they speak comes to pass just as they speak it.

As we know, there is a grade of prophecy beyond that of the greater prophets, and in fact it is not prophecy at all, but rather it is Divine Utterance, for the holy and enlightened soul speaking it abides in conscious unification with the Holy One, and is speaking from the I Am; and when these perfect tzaddikim pray, God prays to God, and there is the invocation of Abundant Mercy - whatever they speak comes into being in that very instant, the power of Shaddai being fully embodied and manifest in them. We witness this in Yeshua Messiah and all of the revelations and wonders that transpired through him.

Understand, this I Am is Ain, No-thingness, and therefore abides in primordial and supernal purity, conscious unification with the Infinite (Ain Sof), and the speech, the Divine Utterance of this I Am, is the generation of the Threefold Body - body of the resurrection, the pure emanation of the Infinite Light (Ain Sof Or) and the Supernal Abode (Sefirot of Atzilut, Malkut of Atzilut); one who speaks from the I Am (Eheieh), speaks from the awareness of Ain, the Wisdom of Ain, and therefore they may say “I do nothing of myself.” Truly so!

This is the Body of Truth (Amet), and from it the Body of Glory and Body of Emanation arise, and this speech is the pure utterance of the Most High (Elyon), the Living Word that was with the Holy One and was the Holy One in the beginning, and from which all things come into being, the Holy Light that shines in the midst of the darkness, the ignorance, and the darkness, the forgetfulness, did not overcome it.

This superior grade of Divine Utterance that is beyond prophecy transcends the law and corresponds with Supernal Grace, Supernal Mercy - the enlightenment and liberation of all (Kol).

There is no addition, klippah, with this Divine Utterance; it is the utterance of Supernal Truth (Amet).

Shaddai Shalom!
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