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Kabbalah is a body of mystical Jewish teachings based on interpretations of hidden meanings in the Hebrew Scriptures.
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Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai urges the people of Israel to read carefully the section of prayers describing the compound of the incense twice in the morning and once in the afternoon, assuring them that if they do, they will be protected from every source of evil and will not come to harm in that entire day.
The Zohar stresses that as we read these prayers, we should have in mind – as by visualization – to release the holy sparks imprisoned in the outside forces and to bring about their ascent. “The compounding of the incense is precious to the Holy One,” stresses Rabbi Shimon, “for it brings about a higher level of union on High and sweetens the forces of strict justice at their source.”
Drawing on the precision of the Hebrew language, Rabbi Shimon explains how the incongruity of the term “altar” to designate the incense spices leads us to the deeper meaning of this ritual. The Hebrew word mizbeach-altar stems from the root zebichah, which means slaughtering, and points to the Altar on which the slaughtered animals were offered. Thus, why is the word mizbeach used to designate the Temple element on which the incense spices were burned? He answers that the incense burned on this Altar annihilated many evil forces – and as a result, the Other Side was bound and subdued, remaining unable to bring about strict justice below, and unable to act as Accuser on High. Hence, it is as though the Other Side was bound and slaughtered on this altar: Thus the name mizbeach-altar.
Given the benefits of reading the incense prayer Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, the Arizal enlarged the Biblical and Talmudic sections describing the compound of the incense by adding several texts. Among these are the description of the Temple menora-candelabra,
which is repeated seven times, and the Torah section describing how Moshe and Aaron stopped the plague,
which is repeated three times, psalm no. 91, which is repeated seven times, as well as other psalms and verses. Presented according to the teachings of the Inner Torah, these holy texts are read in the way that most benefits one suffering illness: The Arizal’s wisdom becomes evident as you see the combination of verses, some of which are said first in the regular order of their words and afterward the same words are said backward, while some of the letters are highlighted to enable the initiate to realize that there are Divine Names concealed within the letters of certain verses. If you read Hebrew, print the adjoining text of this prayer and follow it with your eyes while you are listening to its reading.
The Sages stress that this is a prayer of great holiness which should be read by all those in dire need of Divine help for it affords the highest level of Divine protection against pain and suffering be it physical or emotional. Since the prayer is long and challenging to secular people, we present two recordings of it, one read by a man and one by a woman, so that a person suffering serious illness can listen at home, bearing in mind that it will be accepted as if s/he had personally read it. In the spaces of silent the listener can whisper a personal request for healing.
Scientific studies of the recent past have shown to what extent reality is where you are, namely from what perspective you are examining it. By listening to the holy words of this prayer as often as you can you will be out of the harmful range caused by your left brain’s endless chatter as of your right brains’ judgmental pessimism. You will be admitted into a dimension of pure and simple trust in the love and healing coming from Above.