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Living Soul Hayyah Nefesh

#1 Postby Elder Gideon » Fri Mar 15, 2019 2:15 pm

Shalom Tau Malachi:

Then the Lord God formed Adam from the dust of the ground, and breathed into the nostrils the breath of life [neshmot]; and Adam became a living being [hayyah Nefesh] (Genesis 2:7).

You and I and Sister Sheryl were in a lovely discourse recently where it occurred to us in a new light that Nefesh Behamit and Nefesh Elokit prepare the ground for Hayyah Nefesh, Living Soul. You wrote about this in a beautiful commentary on Mem-Vav-Mem, the Seventy-Second Name of Gevurot:

Our central focus, of course, is the realization of the three aspects of the soul that are intended to be p’nimi, internalized or embodied in our incarnation, nefesh, our vital soul, ruach, our intelligence, and neshamah, our divine nature. When we transform nefesh behamit, our bestial soul, into nefesh elokit, a godly soul, then we bring about our part of the tikkune of Nukva, and as nefesh elokit is realized, so we reach into ruach, and we join ruach with nefesh, and when ruach is actualized and realized, united with our nefesh, this accomplishes our part of the tikkune of Zer Anpin. This opens the way for the influence of neshamah to enter into our incarnation, the realization of our divine nature, our heavenly and supernal soul, and the experience of nearness and unification with the Infinite One. When the influence of our neshamah is embodied in our ruach and nefesh, when we are reborn from above in this way, this corresponds with our part of the tikkune of Imma.

You go to to explain in a way that touched me today in study and contemplation of Hayyah Nefesh:

When neshamah is realized, then a man or woman of God can reach into hayyah, their life-force or light-power, and embodying expanded consciousness, so there is an experience of the development of consciousness beyond the body, a radical mystical ascension of the soul, and they are no longer bound in the flesh, the physical body, but they can engage in souls ascents into the heavens and the realms within them, and into supernal palaces or light realms, venturing higher and higher into the heights, as well as deeper and deeper into the depths, consciousness expanding into endless space, and into the Infinite One. As a soul ascends and descends, and runs and returns in this way, the soul’s portion of the tikkune of Abba is accomplished, all as ordained by El Elyon, the Supreme.

Mysteries of Messiah as male and female have recently echoed to me in the contemplation of the First Adam as male and female. Messiah and First Adam seem synonymous. It now seems that Hayyah Nefesh is a state of Neshamah in a way I've not heard before, somehow beyond yet in the flesh without a contradiction: entirely Supernal. I'm feeling the Risen Savior, Hayyah Yeshua, is inseparable from this Hayyah Nefesh of the First Adam.

What more might the Presence have to say about this state of Nefesh?

Gratefully,

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Re: Living Soul Hayyah Nefesh

#2 Postby Tau Malachi » Sat Mar 30, 2019 1:11 pm

Grace, peace and all blessings to you from Hayyah Yeshua, the Risen Messiah!

There are, as has been said, three states of nefesh, the vital soul. There is nefesh behamit, the bestial soul, and nefesh elokit, the godly soul, and there is hayyah nefesh, ‘living soul.’ In the development and evolution of the soul, and its realization, there is a progressive transformation of the nefeshim of the incarnations of the soul and in the various forms of life that it assumes. As we know, souls pass through many incarnations as they come into being, through mineral, vegetable and animal until eventually emerging in the human life-wave. Naturally, at the outset, when a soul first emerges in human incarnation they do so in a state of nefesh behamit, the bestial soul, the bestial and material humankind. Initially, ruach, the human and divine intelligence, and neshamah, the divine nature, are not actualized and realized, but rather for the most part in initial human incarnations souls live from their nefesh, in effect ‘cut off’ from their ruach and neshamah. It is not that ruach and neshamah are not within and behind, and may not exert some influence, but they are not truly active so that a very strong self-cherishing, and unconscious play of desire and fear, drives life and there is little, if any actual faith in God and communion with God. At some point, though, as souls evolve there is a growing influence of ruach, and in the grace and mercy of God souls are touched by the Spirit of God and heaven, faith awakens, and souls begin to seek enlightenment or God. Essentially, nefesh behamit is the state of nefesh largely divorced from ruach, but as the realization of the soul reaches into ruach there is a greater and greater influence of ruach and this brings about a transformation of nefesh, generating nefesh elokit - a ‘godly soul.’

The realization of ruach and nefesh elokit, this is the actualization and realization of the soul under the law - through exoteric religious observance and an active labor on the part of people to live in righteousness and to enact what is good and true, all according to the revelations of God through the prophets and apostles. There may even be a reaching into neshamah in this way, but as we know there is ‘no true salvation,’ or full enlightenment and liberation, through the law, but under the law souls are bound to error and sin, and there is no escaping error and sin, or the generation of negative karma. Thus, the full reaching into neshamah and realization of neshamah, and the interiors of neshamah, requires the intervention of heaven and God; hence, the issuance of Supernal Grace and Mercy through the coming of the Messiah, the Divine Incarnation. Through the Messiah, the anointing with the Supernal Light and Spirit of El Elyon (God Most High) the full realization of neshamah comes to pass, and with it the gifting of hayyah nefesh - ‘living soul.’ This is the state of nefesh with the realization of neshamah and the interiors of neshamah, the hayyah, life force or light power, and yechidah, unique essence or divine spark. Thus, through neshamah, hayyah is joined with nefesh, and there is true light and life in nefesh; as esoteric scriptures teach us such a soul is ‘bound up in the bundle of life,’ counted among the ‘living ones,’ the ‘immortals.’

Though, indeed, the realization of hayyah nefesh is not possible under the dominion of the law, or through the keeping the law alone, nevertheless with God anything is possible, and as we know a special anointing was given to the prophets of God and great tzaddikim before the coming of the Messiah, the light of all prophets and apostles being the Holy Light of the Messiah. Thus, there were those chosen ones who through the grace and mercy of God received the gift of hayyah nefesh and attained the realization of neshamah under the law before the coming of the Messiah in this world; but then the ordination of these chosen ones by God was for the sake of opening the way for the coming of the Messiah, a glimpse of Messiah as it were, for the development and evolution of the collective consciousness of humankind so that humankind would be able to receive the Messiah, the influx of the Supernal Light and fullness of the Holy Spirit.

As we know, aside from the degree of realization of the soul in previous lives, in every new incarnation we begin in the state of nefesh behamit and must labor for the realization of nefesh elokit and be taken up again by the Spirit of God into a greater spiritual or supernal realization as for the first time. Naturally, though, if there has been such a realization of the soul in past lives then it may occur more swiftly and with more ease than if that were not the case; but then, with the coming of the Messiah, and the grace and mercy of God in the Messiah, as we know any soul may be taken up swiftly, all as God choses, all as God ordains. If and when souls receive the Messiah - the anointing of the Holy Light and Spirit, and they turn to God and cleave to God in the Messiah, hayyah nefesh may be swiftly gifted to them; hence, a radical spiritual conversion or transformation through the Spirit of God, the ‘Breath of God.’

As we have said, the light of all prophets and apostles is the Holy Light of the Messiah, and as we know, when their anointing, their call and ordination by God, happens it is through the Holy Spirit coming upon them and merging with them, and they are given hayyah nefesh. Before the Holy Spirit comes upon them in this way, of course, there is a generation of nefesh elokit, so that they were chosen from among godly souls, being uplifted by the Spirit of God to the station of prophethood or apostleship. In a similar way, as is known, there is the baptism of water and the Spirit, and in the Messiah hayyah nefesh is gifted when the Holy Spirit comes upon a faithful soul transforming them, making them spiritual - which is to say one having the Spirit. Thus, only when the Holy Spirit comes upon a person, and truly they receive the influx of Holy Light from above, and so are reborn from above, from heaven and God, are they established in hayyah nefesh, who they are in God being joined with who they are in themselves.

In this you may understand that hayyah nefesh comes through Divine Grace, the Holy Spirit, and apart from the Spirit of God (Ruach Elohim) there is no generation of hayyah nefesh. It needs to be understood, however, that for the realization of hayyah nefesh we must remember and keep the Word of the Lord and follow the leadings of the Spirit, living according to the Truth and Light revealed to us, living the Life Divine, laboring always for a greater realization, resurrection, and so abide in the Sanctuary of Grace - Messiah. If, God forbid, we do not engage in the works, actions, of integration with the Holy Light and Spirit, or we turn away from the Lord and go astray and become unrepentant, and therefore the Spirit departs from us, so with the Spirit hayyah would be removed from us. Receiving Divine Grace, the Holy Spirit, there must be an active and dynamic surrender to the Messiah and Holy Spirit, an active co-labor with Divine Grace to integrate our person and life with the Holy Light and Spirit - the Truth; then, indeed, we will stand among the living ones on the Day of Be-With-Us and be well established in the Word-That-Is-Coming.

This was the intention of God for human beings from the very outset of creation, that the Divine Presence, Holy Shekinah, Holy Spirit, might become fully embodied in humanity and they might truly be hayyah nefesh, ‘living beings,’ ‘immortals,’ having eternal life. Thus it is written in Genesis of the First Adam (Human Being), the Eternal God (Yahweh Elohim) breathed into that one and that one became hayyah nefesh, a ‘living being.’ From that First Human One, as we know, Adam and Havvah (Eve) emerged, man and woman, and this gift of hayyah nefesh is the promise of the Eternal God to all who return to be One with and in God, the True Light; this, as it were, is their divine destiny, and do know and trust that what the Eternal God intends will come to pass, what the Most High has spoken will be done just as it has been spoken.

Now concerning those who realize hayyah nefesh through Divine Grace, we may consider those holy and enlightened ones - prophets and great tzaddikim, from ancient times who continue to appear in dreams and visions of the faithful and elect from one generation to the next throughout the ages, their nefeshim becoming immortal, never ceasing to ‘live’ in the Light Continuum. All in a great and supreme mystery, if hayyah nefesh is generated in more than one incarnation, so each nefesh is established in eternal life. As an example, we may consider the soul of Elijah, which reincarnated as Yohanan the Baptist; as we know, both Elijah and Yohanan continue to appear to the faithful and spiritual in their dreams and visions, both of those incarnations of that holy and supernal soul (neshamah) being held in the ‘bundle of life,’ having eternal life in the Holy One. You may contemplate this mystery and invoke the Name of the Lord, asking that the Holy Spirit gives you insight into it.

Here I shall pause and abide in the Divine Presence, waiting upon the Holy Spirit.

O Holy One, may we too be blessed to be among the living ones on the Day of the Lord! Amen.

Shalom Aleichem!
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Re: Living Soul Hayyah Nefesh

#3 Postby Bevan » Sun Mar 31, 2019 12:55 pm

Shabbat Shalom!

I am grateful for the revelations of God making clear what is in the Scriptures, so that we may walk the Straight Path remembering our True Nature.

As an example, we may consider the soul of Elijah, which reincarnated as Yohanan the Baptist; as we know, both Elijah and Yohanan continue to appear to the faithful and spiritual in their dreams and visions, both of those incarnations of that holy and supernal soul (neshamah) being held in the ‘bundle of life,’ having eternal life in the Holy One.

Nefesh of those from the past assumes a physical body and vital soul in a time and place in history. I understand the nefesh typically does not continue beyond an incarnation. However, I read that when an enlightened one is gifted with hayyah nefesh their form continues! What function does the eternal nature of hayyah nefesh perform? Does this level of soul continue so that those who spiritually resonate with that individual may receive support in their realization? When practices like Partzuf Meditation are taken up is their something of hayyah nefesh in this?

May we serve others in this life as we are served by the prophets and apostles that have come before us and are with us,
Bevan.

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Re: Living Soul Hayyah Nefesh

#4 Postby Tau Malachi » Tue Apr 02, 2019 2:20 pm

All blessings and grace to you from Messiah Yeshua!

“If anyone should rise up to pursue you and seek your life, the life of my lord shall be bound in the bundle of the living in the care of [Yahweh Elohenu]; but the lives of your enemies shall be slung out as from the hollow of a sling” (1 Samuel 25:29).

These are among the words spoken by a woman called Abigail to David at a critical time when he was fleeing the persecution of Saul who sought to kill him, and clearly she was a wise woman, and we may say a prophet, or at least and illumined mystic, given her knowledge of the secrets of the soul and God. This verse speaks directly to the potential fates of nefeshim, whether there is nefesh elokit or nefesh behamit, and more so of the gift and realization of hayyah nefesh through the reception of an anointing from the Lord (Yahweh), for as we know David was an anointed king and is also accounted among the prophets.

Understand, in the state of nefesh behamit, the nefesh being divorced from ruach and neshamah, ruach and neshamah are not realized and embodied, but rather life is lived in ignorance, in the way of a ‘beast of the field,’ in vanity and futility, the unreal. If, in effect, ‘cut off’ from ruach and neshamah, so cut off from our humanity and divinity, and understanding that it is in neshamah, and the interiors of neshamah, that we have an innate oneness with God, the True Light, so in this state souls are, relatively speaking, separate from God. If and when completely in this state of ignorance, the illusion of separation, never cultivating, generating, nefesh elokit, let alone hayyah nefesh through the reception of the Messiah, the Anointing, living in vanity and futility, the unreal, having been unreal, in death nefesh passes away as it sojourns through the afterlife and another nefesh arises of the next incarnation; hence, that souls remains bound up in the gilgulim, the aimless wandering of unconscious compulsion in cycles of transmigration, reincarnation. In that there has been no seeking of enlightenment or God, no turning to God, and little, if anything, has been done in God, or has accomplished the desire of or mission of neshamah, nothing of the life lived is preserved save the karmic continuum of the soul. When souls go to God, the True Light, in death, what is good and true, what is real, is preserved, for it was done in God, the Light and Life, the Real, but what is not good and false, what is unreal, having no life and light, no reality, is revealed for what it is and so, in effect, vanishes. Never having had true existence it ceases to exist.

Now, if and when ruach is realized, and nefesh is joined to ruach, and there is a generation of nefesh elokit, and there is influence of neshamah in the life of a person, and there are, indeed, things done in God, things done in harmony with the desire of the neshamah, or towards the fulfillment of the mission of neshamah, these righteous actions of body, heart and mind are held in neshamah, and they gathered into God, the True Light, and are preserved, having been real, being done in the Real - God. If and when a soul receives the Messiah, Anointing, and through the grace and mercy of God is able to realize ruach and neshamah, receiving the gift of hayyah nefesh, and they live in surrender to Divine Grace, living according to the Truth and Light revealed, embodying ruach and neshamah in nefesh, the entirety of nefesh is gathered into the ‘bundle of the living,’ which is to say it is gathered into God, the Pleroma of Light, and that soul has ‘rest’ in God.

When we join who are what we are in ourselves with who and what we are in God, so then we are ‘real’ and we appear in the Real - the Supernal Abode, the eternal realm.

The realization of hayyah nefesh corresponds with the fulfillment of the soul’s purpose - God’s will for the soul, and it corresponds with transcendence of the gilgulim, the potentially endless rounds of transmigration - such a soul is established in the Great Resurrection and Ascension, the realization of bornless being, eternal life. This does not mean, however, the such holy and enlightened souls will not continue to incarnate, but rather, having realized the Absolute Oneness of God Most High, and the Sacred Unity underlying the entirety, and having love and compassion for living spirits and souls bound up in the gilgulim - having the mind and heart of the Messiah, the Anointing, they desire to fulfill the desire of God for universal salvation and they continue to enter into incarnation for the sake of the harvest of souls, the enlightenment and liberation of all creatures. As they enter into incarnation and in various lives realize hayyah nefesh, so those nefeshim are also gathered into God, appearing in the Light Continuum, the eternal realm.

This is a great mystery, how there may be multiple hayyot nefeshim with a single neshamah, hayyah and yechidah, but we see and hear and know this reality in the Light Continuum and so bear witness of it; but then the Holy Scriptures themselves bear witness of it, as with the Prophet Elijah and Yohanan the Baptist. In ordinary mental consciousness and its inherent linear and dualistic way of thinking this will, no doubt, bewilder us, but in supernal or supramental consciousness, ‘non-dual gnostic awareness,’ it is clear and there is no contradiction, nothing confusing at all!

As we know, Adam Elyon - Supernal Adam, Adam Ha-Rishon - First Human Being, was, is, male and female, and is created in the image and likeness of Elohim, the ‘soul’ within that Human One being the radiant holy breath of Yahweh Elohim, corresponding with neshamot and the realization of hayyah nefesh. As we also know, the Name of Elohim indicates unity, oneness, in multiple emanation, manifestation, and Yahweh Elohim indicates the Infinite and Eternal One revealed through countless Divine Attributes and Actions. Understand, our neshamah, and its interiors, is inseparable from that One Soul, Adam Elyon, Adam Ha-Rishon, and from the Eternal God (Yahweh Elohim), the Absolute Light. Just as there can be many various appearances, revelations, of the Holy One, so also the holy neshamah, our supernal and heavenly soul, which shares in the nature of the Holy One, the Infinite and Eternal. Truly, in our neshamah we are the image of Yahweh Elohim, and as we generate the likeness of that image in our incarnations - hayyah nefesh, so there is the play of elohim, divine beings, incarnations of divinity, or the divine nature - neshamah.

The ongoing appearance in inner dimensions and ongoing incarnations of holy and enlightened ones, great and perfect tzaddikim, is a manifestation of the grace and mercy of God, the love and compassion of the Sacred Heart, a play of divine intervention and intercession for the sake of the harvest of souls, universal salvation - the enlightenment and liberation of all spirits and souls. These ‘saints,’ along with the angels of God, labor without cessation to gather spirits and souls into God, the True Light, or for the realization of the Absolute Oneness of God Most High (El Elyon).

Understand, in Messiah Yeshua and the Magdalene, in the reception of this holy anointing with Supernal Light and the Spirit, we are gifted hayyah nefesh through Divine Grace, and though by our own power and efforts alone we may not be able to realize hayyah nefesh, if we will live in the Messiah, living according to our faith and the love of Messiah, and live in an active and dynamic surrender to Divine Grace - the indwelling Messiah and Holy Spirit, the Messiah and Holy Spirit will accomplish this Great Work, the Great Transformation, in us, and we will stand among the living ones, the ‘immortals,’ on the Day of the Lord! I can assure you of this, because it is the promise of God in the Messiah, and God fulfills God’s word! Praise God!

It is for this very reason - the gifting of hayyah nefesh and the realization of oneness with God Most High - that the Messiah was sent, that the Divine Incarnation transpired, God becoming a human being so that human beings might become God - Elohim.

Here, again, I’m inclined to rest in the Lord and wait upon the Holy Spirit.

God bless you and keep you, and gather you in! Amen.

Yeshua Shalom!
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Re: Living Soul Hayyah Nefesh

#5 Postby Tau Malachi » Wed Apr 03, 2019 11:03 am

Blessings in the Holy Light of the Messiah, the True Light from God!

There is something more I’m inclined to share about the blessing of hayyah nefesh in Messiah Yeshua and the Holy Bride.

The story of the creation of Adam, the Human One, in the image and likeness of Elohim, and the radiant holy breath of Yahweh Elohim animating Adam Elyon, Adam Ha-Rishon, this corresponds with the movement of the Spirit of God (Ruach Elohim) in Atzilut, the Supernal Universe, or World of the Sefirot (Divine Attributes); as we know, this corresponds with the eternal realm and with non-manifest entities and prototypes, the ‘preexistent’ state of creatures, living spirits and souls, in the foreknowledge of the Most High, as it were, before they are called into being and so come into being in creation as manifest entities and forms, images. As we also know, this Divine Action in the emanation, creation, formation and making of Adam, the Human One, corresponds with the ultimate intention of God in creation, and more so a predestination, so that the Eternal God has ordained from the outset the eventual attainment of hayyah nefesh for all creatures, all spirits and souls, knowledge of God, embodiment of God, being their divine destiny.

In effect, reading the story of creation, it is a story of what God intends to do, and is doing, in the ongoing play of creative evolution; and we may say that the coming of the Messiah, through the self-offering of Messiah Yeshua and the revelation of the Risen Messiah, and the imparting of the fullness of the Supernal Light and Spirit to his disciples, so the ‘radiant holy breath’ of Yahweh Elohim came into humankind in this world, generating a true humanity, supernal and divine - the reception and realization of hayyah nefesh.

In this light we may consider the two stories of a communication of the Holy Light and Spirit with the Risen and Ascended Messiah, both of which we are told occurred in the ‘upper room’; first the breathing upon the disciples the Holy Spirit by the Risen Messiah, and so the full power of Compassion, or Mercy and Judgement, and second the fierce wind and tongues of fire alighting upon the disciples in the pentecost, their consecration as Holy Apostles following the ascension of the Messiah. This corresponds with the actualization and realization of Yahweh Elohim breathing true life and light into Adam, the Human One, Humanity, understanding that Messiah Yeshua was the Word made flesh, abiding in conscious union with Yahweh Elohim, the Eternal God, the ‘Bornless One.’

As has been pointed out, the word for this ‘breath’ of the Eternal God is ‘neshamot,’ the plural of neshamah, and so it is neshamah, and the interiors of neshamah, hayyah and yechidah, through which the state of hayyah nefesh comes into being; hence, it is through our supernal or heavenly soul being embodied, through the realization of our divine nature joined with our human nature. Understanding the various aspects of the soul, and the reality of neshamah, our supernal or heavenly soul - our being in the eternal realm, the Pleroma of Light, we may acquire deeper insight into the teaching of Yeshua Messiah that to ‘enter into the kingdom of heaven’ and experience our ‘salvation’ we must be ‘reborn from above,’ from our neshamah, from heaven; here we may understand that this is the gifting of hayyah nefesh, and that when it is said that we are blessed with ‘eternal life’ through the Messiah, the anointing with the Holy Light and Spirit, it corresponds with the gift of hayyah nefesh - living soul, immortal soul, bornless being.

As it is taught in the New Testament, through faith in Yeshua Messiah alone, and living according to our faith and the love of the Messiah, through Divine Grace we may be uplifted, gathered into God Most High, and so receive eternal life, being established in the Messiah in the World-To-Come; such is the grace and mercy and compassion of the Eternal God in Messiah Yeshua and the Holy Bride. What God Most High has done in Yeshua Messiah is truly awesome and wonderful, and is indeed very ‘good news’! Hallelu Yah! Praise the Lord!

Yet, do understand, there are many grades of spiritual and supernal realization, and the knowledge, understanding and wisdom of God, as one Holy Apostle taught, there is always the possibility of a ‘better resurrection,’ and quite naturally, receiving knowledge of God in the Messiah and Holy Spirit there is a sparking of the desire for greater and greater knowledge of God, a more intimate nearness, a deeper oneness with God. Joined with this there is also naturally a growing love and compassion in the Messiah, and a deeper and deeper awareness of interconnection and interdependence with all spirits and souls, all creatures, all creation - knowledge of the Cosmic Christ, Universal Messiah. This becomes a very strong impulse, drive, desire in souls that are gathered into God, the True Light, to reincarnate, seeking a greater spiritual or supernal realization, and seeking to engage in active love and compassion, laboring to uplift spirits and soul in return to God. Such souls are no longer bound up in unconscious compulsory cycles of the gilgulim, but rather their is a conscious desire for life and light, a conscious choice to incarnate to labor for the kingdom of heaven, or a feeling of being sent by God, and knowing God and loving God therefore having the desire to fulfill the will of God and bring glory to God.

As we know, in the Messiah there is this Sanctuary of Grace, there is forgiveness of sin, there is divine intervention and intercession, and as we pass from nearness into the experience of oneness, so the dispelling of ignorance, the illusion of separation. As you might imagine, once a soul is established in the Sanctuary of Grace in an incarnation as they reincarnate the Sanctuary of Grace will extend to them, and the Spirit of the Messiah and powers of heaven will be with them, and regardless of what transpires as they reincarnate there will be an inclination to seek God and turn to God, and there will be divine assistance and they will not become lost in aimless wandering again - there will be a certain guardianship of their soul and a certain ‘merit’ they carry in their journey.

These were a few thoughts I was inclined to add to our contemplation this morning; may the Lord gift us with a growing insight and understanding of this deep mystery of the gift of hayyah nefesh in Yeshua Messiah! Amen.

Yeshua Shalom!
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