Seven Times More for Your Sins

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42) “My son, do not reject the discipline of the Lord or loathe His reproof.” How beloved are Israel by the Creator. The Creator wishes to reprove them and to lead them in the straight path, as a father has mercy on his son. And out of his love for him his cane is always in his hand, to lead him in the straight path and so that he will not stray to the right or to the left, as it is written, “For whom the Lord loves He reproves, even as a father corrects the son in whom he delights.” And the one whom the Creator does not love and loathes, He removes His reproach from him, removes the scepter from him.

43) “I have loved you, says the Lord,” and out of His love, His cane is always in His hand to guide us. “But Esau I hated,” which is why I removed the cane from him, removed the reproof from him so I would not give him a part in Me, for My soul loathes him. But you I love, and this is why, “My son, do not reject the discipline of the Lord or loathe His reproof.” Do not loathe, as one who runs from thistles, for those kings that enslave Israel are as thorns in one’s body.

44) When justice, which is the Din side of Malchut, awakens in his Dinim, several spirits awaken on the right and on the left, and several scepters come out. Some are scepters of fire, some are scepters of ember, and some are scepters of flame. They all come out and awaken in the world, and strike people. Beneath them are other damaging appointees, forty appointees minus one. They roam, descend, strike, and ascend, and take permission and enter to puncture the great abyss, and they point and climb. And a scorching fire joins with them, and burning embers come out and roam, descend, and stand opposite people. This is why it is written, “then I will chastise you… more,” meaning I will give the litigants addition to their Din.

There are two types of Dinim in Malchut, from the two points, Man’ula [lock] and Miftacha [key]. First, the Dinim of Man’ula awaken in Malchut, which are Malchut de [of] Tzimtzum Aleph [first restriction] that is not mitigated in Bina, harsh Dinim. Subsequently, through Malchut’s ascent to Bina, the Dinim de Miftacha awaken and the Klipot that extend from the Dinim in Malchut rise after Malchut and cling to Bina. From here comes Bina de Klipa, called “Nukva of the great abyss.” They extend from the first, but they are damaging because they jump from Malchut’s place and sabotage Bina. And they are forty minus one, since by jumping to cling onto Bina, they lose the Malchut de Malchut, the Man’ula. Also, they contain four Sefirot of Klipot HB TM, in each of which are ten, but lacking Malchut de Malchut.

First, they roam and descend and are flawed by the Dinim below, the Man’ula, like the first Klipot. Then they rise to cling to Bina, and they take permission and take the strength for it from Malchut herself, who rose to Bina, who is the section of those Klipot that cling to Bina. This is so because the place of the Klipot that cling to Man’ula are called “Nukva of the small abyss,” where they paint themselves red like the Dinim from Bina. And they climb and rise to cling to Bina, to which a burning fire from Bina is added. Then they emerge from the Nukva of the great abyss like scorching ember from the Dinim of Bina, descending and judging people with those additional Dinim that they received from Malchut in the place of Bina. And besides clinging to the Malchut of the quality of Din, the Man’ula, I will give them additional grip to Bina, too.

45) “I will never again curse the ground on account of man.” “I will never again,” meaning I will not give addition to the litigants to destroy the world, but only add as much as the world can bear. It is written about that, “then I will [chastise you] more,” meaning add what the world can bear.

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