The Unique Spirituality of Women and Children: Chapter 14 – Awareness of Inner Dimension Helps to Create a Good Year

In the merit of the women and children may we have a very good and sweet year. We have to be partners with G-d in creating the new year. Very often we think that everything depends on G-d. The truth is that although all of our energy and life-force comes from G-d, 90% or more of our tikun (“rectification”) in creating a new good year, with everything that this implies, depends on ourselves. It depends on our meditation into the inner dimension of our hearts to bring out new reality in ourselves of which we were previously unaware.

Chassidut explains that the word to “create,” barah, means to reveal new dimensions of reality. The simple meaning is to create something ex nihilo. But it is taught that one of the meanings of bara is yetziah l’bar, the characteristic or power that previously was inside and was unknown even to the person himself, manifests on the outside for the first time. That is the creative process that must take place within. Through revealing new dimensions, new strata of ourselves, we become partners with G-d in creating a new, good and sweet year.

Other chapters in this series:

  1. Teneh–Revealed and Concealed Levels of Torah
  2. Teneh – Categories of the Jewish People Correspond to Levels of Torah
  3. Hakhel – To Learn, to Hear, to Merit
  4. Taf (Children) – Drops and Prophecy
  5. Nashim (Women) – Breath and Soul
  6. Inner Dimension of Torah and the Inner Dimension of the Heat
  7. Redemption in Merit of Women and Children
  8. Search For My Inner Essence
  9. Two Levels of the Inner Dimension
  10. Israel, Torah, and God – Inner and External Dimensions
  11. Four Directions and the Four Worlds
  12. Emanation Consciousness – No Friction
  13. Face, Innerness, Glory, and Atzilut (Emanation)
  14. Awareness of a Higher Dimension Helps to Create a Good Year

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