The kabbalah book of sex
A man may well be adept in the art of sexual mechanics and his lover may be able to accompany him at every turn but the seed of sexual pleasure is not purely physical. The Book of Zohar deals neither with the ascent to the World of Infinity after the Gmar Tikkun, nor with the so-called eighth, ninth, and tenth millennia. When we look for contact with the Creator, we should know exactly what we wish to achieve, what we need to hold on to in order to avoid errors on our path. I intended to help the student attain the heights from which he may see and investigate what the Book itself expounds. When we become aware of the spiritual purpose and cosmic role that gender plays in the grand scheme of things, we are full of discovery and spiritual energy. The color white of Atzilut passes through these three filters and descends to us already tinted.
Kabbalah and Sex
Preface to the Book of Zohar
If it is in the World of Beria, it assumes the color red. Sex becomes the truly sacred connection it was always meant to be and what we experience is thrilling, satisfying and profound. We reveal everything through the Sefirot Bina, Tifferet and Malchut. Our hearts and souls are awakened with our bodies. This happens because through these undistorted colors that enter into me, I will be able to feel what is inside them, i. In the same way, we do not feel the need for a sixth digit on our hand.
Kabbalah and Sex
As a result, we perceive not the color, but the Kli , the letters that we read. Desire is part of The Light. The revelation of Divine light is mediated only through them. I am created so that five digits are absolutely sufficient for me. So, if we discover within ourselves the slightest spiritual detail consisting of Ten Sefirot, we can reach through it the Ten Sefirot of Atzilut because they are directly connected between them. As we discussed earlier, relationships are the major part of this process. As with a violin, one can play it only if its strings are properly tuned up.
The World of Infinity is absolutely divine and refers both to the state before the Tzimtzum Aleph and to the state of Final Correction. I speak about something abstract, unconnected with a particular, concrete object. The World of Atzilut is a form, which can be clearly imagined. This light never descends below the Parsa de Atzilut. It was like plugging a lamp directly into nuclear power plant.