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Psalm 67: Invoking Blessings & Abundance

The Name of God in this psalm is Elohim – most often Elohim is attributed to Binah-Imma, but at times, when the Holy Shekinah is manifest in her fullness, Malkut is called Elohim. According to the masters of the tradition, in this psalm Adonai-Malkut is called Elohim, and yet its power is in the contemplation of Elohim above, Binah, the Holy Mother, for the fullness of the Shekinah below emanates from the Supernal Shekinah, Imma Elohim (Mother God).

When a navi or wonderworker wishes to invoke blessings and abundance for the people, and wishes to uplift the Community of the Faithful and Elect, they may invoke this holy psalm.

They will create a sacred circle and an altar to Ha-Shem, and they will call upon Ha-Shem and the Divine Powers, and they will make offerings and worship in the Shekinah of Yahweh Elohim.

Then, in Body of Light with the Spiritual Sun shining in their heart, they will envision a ray of light beaming forth and magically appearing as Kodesh Imma above the altar, and in her presence they will pray and meditate, and they will contemplate the fullness of the Holy Shekinah, the Holy Bride, that flows from the Holy Mother.

As they contemplate and meditate, they will bind their soul to the Sefirot emanating from Kodesh Imma – Elohim, and they will arise to Yahweh Elohim (Da’at), and reaching they will unify Yah into Elohim: Ah-Yah-Lo-Ha-Ho-Yu-Ma.

When they do this they will envision the image of Kodesh Imma become radiant with greater glory and splendor, and envision rays of light streaming out of her, pouring out upon the altar and circle, and raying out to the people and the land – this Holy Light as her Holy Child conceived in Supernal Union.

Before the Holy Mother they will arise and intone the Shema with the traditional kavvanot – and they will envision all dissolving and merging with Kodesh Imma.

Then they will recite the holy psalm:

“May Elohim be gracious to us and bless us, and make his face to shine upon us”; with this they will envision that all magically reappears, radiant with the glory and splendor of Kodesh Imma.

“That your way may be known upon earth, your saving power among all nations”; with this they will envision the Holy Child magically appearing in the arms of Kodesh Imma, cleaving inwardly to Adonai Messiah as the Eternal Youth, the Sun of El.

“Let the peoples praise you, O Elohim; let all the peoples praise you”; with this they will envision a great luminous assembly of tzaddikim and maggidim magically appearing all around, and they will envision all beings in praise and worship of Elohim and the Messiah.

“Let the nations be glad and sing for joy, for you judge the peoples with equity and guide the nations upon the earth. Let the peoples praise you, O Elohim; let all the peoples praise you”: with this they will continue to envision all creation in worship, rejoicing in the presence of Yahweh Elohim, envisioning all beings happy, but they will extend their awareness of this worship into countless world-systems, countless heavens and earths.

“The earth has yielded its increase; Elohim, our Elohim, has blessed us. May Elohim continue to bless us; let all the ends of the earth revere him”: with this they will envision the Holy Mother pouring out blessings upon all – and they will make offerings and take up the sacred chant:

Yah-Ma-Ma-Yah Ah-La-Ho-Yah-Ma; as they chant they will envision the dissolution of the Holy Mother into pure fluid light, she pouring into all, merging with all and blessing all in this way.

As they envision this, in Body of Glory they will envision themselves magically transformed into Hayyah Yeshua, and as Hayyah Yeshua they will bring the Supernal Influx down the Middle Pillar into Adonai-Malkut and will celebrate the Wedding Feast, consecrating bread and wine and offering it, inviting all who desire to partake.

The Wedding Feast completes this movement. Whatever is left of the bread and wine will be offered upon the altar as a prayer of blessing for the people and the land, and so the altar and circle will be left in place as a talisman of the blessing.

In this way the navi or wonderworker will invoke this holy psalm to bless the people and the assembly.

May Elohim bless all creation; may all beings realize their perfect joy in Kodesh Achad – Amen.


Shabbat Shalom!

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