Taamim Nekudot Tagin And Otiot


,qij ni'nib qisian niü®ann inN jniin ,a"iNi n"iNi ®iü'in iNini® inN (in n'iN®in nin'®in nv lonni ,n'pbnon qm niiiNn bDi ,qm lonn pitn mioi® nv'®i n®in nnip n'N'sini ,®inn nNDni aim n® n'®innni ,®Nii nab n'biv n ni'bvi n"iNi ®iü'in nv n'®vin ,N"nio nniN 'i'n 'i nnv iNii ,nin'®ii® ni'ivn

46) We said above that because of the Bitush Ohr Makif in the Masach de Guf, the Masach weakens, rises until it joins the Masach de Rosh, and becomes a single whole with it. Then both screens perform a Zivug de Haka'a, which leads to the emergence of a new Partzuf in concordance with the Aviut in its Reshimot. Now let us study the four kinds of the light TANTA (Ta'amim, Nekudot, Tagin and Otiot - in Hebrew the word begins with the letter Aleph), which stem out of the Bitush de Ohr Makif and the rise of the Masach to the Peh de Rosh.

piti® iv ,qm ni'iv bin lonb ptn Nin ,qui loni n"iNi ®iü'in '"v® ,iNini 'D (tn nnN ni'niD inin'n Nsni ,®Nii nan nv nnsn nnn®n® .®Nii nai lonb nm®ii iio 'a bv NbN ,nnN nii pitn lonn tn® ,inii ninN .n® nNDni Jim bbDii ,inv ,N"'nib i"'nin D"nNi ,i"'nib vnin D"nNi ,r'nib i"'nin nb'nnn ,ii''ni .njiinn nai lonn inD it n®vii ini'iv ni'ni bin piti® iv ,®n® ni'nib N"'nin id inNi isni isn bDi lonn nv Jintn Nim ,vji qN i'Nnbn poia li'N T'bvn hn nini .®Nii

47) However, the Masach does not lose its strength at one go; it happens in a certain order. First, the Masach loses Behina Dalet, then Behina Gimel, then Bet, then Shoresh and Aleph, until the Masach is totally free from all the Aviut and merges with the Masach de Rosh. The Upper Light never stops shining; it continues to interact with the Masach in whatever state it may be during the process of its weakening.

The egoistic desire that made TA now wants to work only in an altruistic mode and enjoy receiving for the sake of the Creator. However, at the beginning it receives only 20 per cent, then gradually gets free from the light, because it cannot receive any more as the result of the Bitush of the Ohr Makif and the Ohr Pnimi.

In fact, the light neither enters nor exits anything. The light is constantly inside the vessel (the Kli). Everything depends on whether the particular vessel is able to feel the light inside it or not. Similarly, we are filled with the Creator's light, but do not feel it due to the lack of correction, the screen. If we begin to correct ourselves and acquire the screen against our egoism, we will feel the Creator and His light.

Now that the decision to expel the light is made, Malchut, wishing to feel and reveal the Creator, starts modifying its inner sensations. The Upper Light never stops shining, but constantly makes Zivugim with the Masach in each state as it ascends.

When the Masach de Guf ascended one level above the Tabur, i.e., from the Malchut de Guf to the Zeir Anpin de Guf, there was an intermediate Zivug in the Masach de Rosh. Because of this Zivug, the intermediate Partzuf of the level of Hochma emerged.

Then the Masach de Guf continues to rise. From ZA de Guf it rises to Bina de Guf. At this time, there is another intermediate Zivug de Haka'a on the Masach de Rosh, which leads to the formation of the Partzuf of the level of Bina and so on.

There are four such interim Zivugim during the transition from Gal-galta to AB. These Zivugim lead to the formation of four intermediate Partzufim called Hochma de Galgalta, Bina de Galgalta, ZA de Galgalta, and Malchut de Galgalta.

Thus, we learned that the second Partzuf AB is born with the help of four Zivugim, which gradually emerge during the weakening of the Masach de Guf on its way to complete merging with the Masach de

Rosh. A similar process takes place during the transition from AB to SAG or any other Partzuf.

There is a general rule: the Masach cannot get free from its Aviut at one go; it is a gradual process. The Ohr Elion, which is constantly shining, makes a Zivug on each level.

-in '-n ,a"'ni- ni'iyb ni ionni ,itn -ni nmpn bi pbno:i ,-"'nin p-t:© -nN 'i .nnin nnipi o"y N'sini ,n n-N©:n a"'ni- ni'iyn 'a by ionn ny an-tn ii'byn n:'ni p- ioni -n©: Nbi ,nnin nmp na pbno:i ,a"'nin na ionn p-t:©i ,ii -nNi na ii-tn©i ii -nNi .n:'i nnipi o"y N'sini ,i"'ni by iny amtn ii'byn -in Nsn: ,'i ny an-tn ii'byn -in n:n ,N"'ni- ni'iy p- n -n©: Nbi ,itn nmpn npbno:i ,i"'nin ni'iyn na ii-t:©n .N"tn nnipi o"y nnip N'sini ,n n-N©:n N"'ni- ni'iiy by ionn by na ii'byn -in an-tn ,ni'iyn ©-i© NbN n -n©: Nbi ,npbnon N"tn nnipi ,N"'ni-ni'iyn na ionn ii-t:©n .nnbnn nnipi o"y N'sini ,ionni n-N©:n ©-i©- ni'iyn tN n:n ,qia- ni'iy ni© -iy ioni -n©: Nb 'i ,n©n npbno: nnbnn nnip nai ,©-i©-n'Nsi'i ,nNin- anti n© bbi:i ,©n-- ionn ny i-inn:i iby i'nin'©-i ionn© ini:

/|i©N-n qis-ab n-bmi p niN-p:n ,ni©-nn o"yn i'by

,p"N- 'Nn qis-an b© qia- ionnb iitnn ,a"iNi n"iN- ©TO'in i':y© ,-Nin: n:ni ,nnN nii n©y: nt i'N ,p"N- i"y ':© qis-a Nsi'i -bi: t"'y© ,ib© ©n-- nab inbyni Nil ibin© ,nia--n '-nn isni isn bii iny an-tn ii'by -in -©n ,na--nn --o by NbN i©ni ninip '- nN's' -Nin:© t'lyi .©n-- nab nun©:© -y ,inni-tn int i©ni nn'by qia- ionn nni-tn int i©ni ninip 'a niNsi' p ,i"y i-isb 'n qis-a- qian nni-tn int

.nia--nn bii in .a"o qis-ab mib'sN nyi ,i"y qis-a-

poia i:'N© ,ii'byn -ini .na--nn --oi NbN nnN nii p-tn ionn tn :bbin nt 'i .ini't i--i© na--ni na--n bii iny an-tn Nsn: ,finnnb u©annb

P'N ,na--nn --o a"y mni-tn int i©ni ionn by niNsi'© ninipn ibN n:nN (nn nbnnn n-un nNs'© n:i©N-n nnipn ini ,ni'n'nN nia--n niu©annb nn©n: b© t-n ni 'i ."t-i n"iN" n©i ni:nni .ni-ip: ni:'nib nn©n: in© NbN ,nni-tn

.nni i-iyn -ii ni-iNn nipbnon i©n: n:n ,-"'nin qia- ionn nN p'ti biyab b'nnn ©iu'in©i qi'n n:n ,'Nn qis-ai 'i .ibn ii-tnb n-nn -ii ,ii-tnb b'nnn© inn .':ni-i nspn i'N 'i .ibn p-t: -ii ibNi bii iny an-tnb ii'byn -iNb nin© ©' ,na--nn --o by ii-tnb ionn i--n© imn NbN ninipn ibN i"yi .ibn ii-tn© -y ,inni-tn int i©ni bipn ionn© ni'iy b© na--n nnip: ni:'nib p- nn©n:i ,ini i-iyn nipbnonn ni ,mipbnon int i©ni niNsi'n

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