Lift Up Your Hands to the Sanctuary

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204) The sanctuary is a high place, Hochma, from which the stream of the deep river, Bina, emerges, as it is written, “And a river came out of Eden to water.” The river is Bina, and Eden is the upper sanctuary. For this reason, “Lift Up your hands to the sanctuary”; he should raise his hands to Hochma and receive abundance of holiness from there. And one who does that and is rewarded with it, it is declared about him, “The Lord bless you out of Zion.” You will bless the Creator from a place called “the upper sanctuary,” and He will bless you from a place called “Zion.” Thus, you and the queen will be blessed together.

205) As man’s bonding with Malchut is to praise the King together, from that place where the assembly of Israel is blessed out of Zion, her Yesod, from that very place will he provide the blessings for you. It is written about that, “The Lord bless you out of Zion and see the good of Jerusalem.” “The good of Jerusalem” are those blessings that come out to the Malchut from the King through the holy degree of Tzadik [righteous], Yesod de ZA, as it is written, “The Lord bless you out of Zion and see the good of Jerusalem.”

206) “And see your children’s children. Peace be upon Israel.” “Upon Israel,” since that man increases peace above—for he has been so rewarded—he increases peace above and below: peace on the ordinary Israel, the Israel below, and peace which is the praise of the upper and lower, the praise of all the worlds. And words of Torah increase peace in the world, as it is written, “The Lord will give strength to His people; the Lord will bless His people with peace.”

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