Thursday, 7 September 2017

Miracle Making with Hebrew Letters

Last week I signed up for a Theta Healing workshop that I absolutely loved and I intended to write about that class this week, but since then, I have had an epiphany that I want to share instead. Theta Healing is similar to the type of intuitive meditation that I had done in the past. One of the side effects is meant to be a stronger, more fluid connection to the Universe. It helped me connect the dots =)

Yesterday I was thinking about a project where I would like an influx of prosperity. I asked for guidance and the message that came through was that it is OK to ask for "more of the same" because the idea is to multiply bread, and not divide it. 

That very specific wording reminded me of a Bible story where Jesus multiplied bread and fish to feed a large crowd on a hill. This is where the rabbit hole section of my puzzle-piece epiphany began ...

Puzzle #1: Multiplying with Magic Numbers

In psychic school, one of my teachers told us not to take notes in class because we had our Guardian Angel with us. A teacher might say something that we didn't know how to process, but our angel takes note, and years later when that piece of information becomes relevant and useful, voila! It comes to mind.

This happened yesterday, as I recalled my intuition tutor Amanda telling us that the specific number of fish, bread, and crowds in those Bible stories were the important from a miracle making perspective. 

So I went looking for a copy of the Bible and read the stories. In one, it tells you that there were 7 loaves and an unspecified number of fish. The loaves and fish were multiplied to feed 5000 people, and at the end of the day, there were again 7 full baskets full of food that had not been consumed that day. #7. 

In another account, it speaks of 2 fish and 5 loaves of bread (which add up to 7), being multiple to feed 4000 people in the crowd. Again with a big surplus....

Puzzle #2: Was Jesus a Kabbalist? 


My mind went back to my student days at The Kabbalah Centre in London and how at one point, I scoffed when a teacher implied that Jesus was a Kabbalist, and that was how he performed some of his miracles. 

At the time, I cynically thought that K-Centre was trying to take credit for Jesus's miracles, but now I think that they may have been right. Or at the very least, the person who recorded the New Testament was familiar with the Torah, with Hebrew letters and (if he was a Kabbalist) with the 72 of Names of God, which we will come onto next. But first, what is Kabbalah???  

Over the years there have been different schools of thought. To put it simply, Kabbalah can be described as the mystical side of Judaism, where one reads between the lines to understand the Torah, including parables and even spelling and grammar (the exact way in which Hebrew letters and grammar appear in the Torah has significance). The word itself means to "Receive" and when we study Kabbalah, we receive lots and lots of information and insights. 

The idea is that every story in the Old Testament has layers to it: first a literal description of events, then metaphors or symbolism that can be extrapolated from that description, then the interpretation of those metaphors and under all of that, the mystical meaning that can be hard to put into words. Yesterday I extended this take on the Torah to include the New Testament and some of its passages. 

There is also a book called the Zohar that explains the Torah or Old Testament's symbolism. For example, the Jewish people being led out of Egypt and to Israel, is seen to be about the Human Spirit breaking free from the Ego and finding its way to the Light, to God or to its own unfettered Soul.... 

Puzzle #3: Numerology in Hebrew Letters

I really liked class at the Kabbalah Centre, but with my Neptunian vibes, I wanted to go down a mystical and less academic route. Rather than read about the Kabbalistic Tree of Life {link} I wanted to astral travel there, and yes it is possible! So I began exploring and found several currents of Kabbalah study that went down a more experiential or mystical approach. 

Along the way, I signed up for a Practical Kabbalah class {link} where we began to link planets and numbers with the Tree of Life. We also looked at the mystical meaning of Hebrew letters and how they have a unique vibratory pattern. Legend says that God created the Universe with specific combinations of Hebrew letters, and that Moses parted the Red Sea by activating certain Hebrew letters in sequence. 

Call it spiritual technology or magic, but we can work with Hebrew letters to create changes in our lives and our communities. I was not sure how, though...

Puzzle #4: The Secret Code! 

Each of the letters in the Hebrew alphabet has a numerical value. I dug out a copy of the Bible and looked up the numbers in the parables. Then I reached for a meditation deck called The 72 Names of God, by Yehuda Berg {link}, with 72 combinations of letters. Each card has a theme, relating to an aspect of spiritual connection. Without even shuffling the deck, it opened to one specific card: Diamonds in the Rough. This is about how to take ordinary rocks (or problems) and turn it into diamonds, or light. 

There were three letters on the card, and I was shocked to discover that the numerical value of those letters mirrors the number of fish, bread, and baskets  in the parables, which were then multiplied into the thousands. I guess this means that if we want to create manna from rocks, this combination is the key.


72 Names Of God {Amazon}
By Yehuda Berg




This isn't a "get rich quick" story or card, but it could be about multiplying resources to help a larger group of people, or about transcending the laws of nature to feed the spiritually and materially hungry. I would love to hear your thoughts on this, or on how to work with the letters in meditation, music, etc. Thank you! 


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