Tzav: Section 2
This time we'll look at this section without the commentary in Capitals. Note: I choose whether or not to include the commentary of Rav Ashlag based upon the clarity it brings to the text in terms of the criteria I use to formulate my Modern Kabbalah commentary. As always the analysis needs to be cohesive and stick to the central idea of man standing in the middle of creation directing by his intention the experiences he chooses to emulate by reflection.
Tzav Section 2. We explained in relation to the verse: "His left hand is under my head," (Shir Hashirim 2:6) When the North Side stirs, then rises with love to be adorned with the right, She, is attached to the middle, and everything shines from within the secret of the Holy of Holies, This happens through the secret of man by the wish of the priests, the prayers, and the singing.
Commentary: The first part comes from the Song of Solomon.
Let his left hand be under my head, and his right hand embrace me.
The left is North and the right South. She is attached to the middle. We are talking about a mystical operation taking place within that releases our thoughts and raises them to the Holy of Holies. The Holy of Holies may be thought of as a kind of Star Gate into another unique dimension. This dimension opens up into every conceivable good outcome determined both by the focus of our Intention and our ability to let go of our doubts and rise up into this central core of connection. When we balance love (the feeling of the completion of our hearts desire) with the certainty of our fulfillment or the right hand that embraces then the awesome power of creation is released. It is she who sends out then the reflections of the perfection of our heart's desire by shining inside of the Holy of Holies resonating the realized thought with it actualized proof of its expression. Now what is this secret of the Holy of Holies? Simply it is the vibration of unity. Thought becomes therefore unified with expression. Another world comes into being. How is this so? 'Through the secret of man by the wish of the priests.' All of Israel are called upon to be priests.
Ex 19:6 and ye shall be unto Me a kingdom of priests, and a holy nation.
These are the words which thou shalt speak unto the children of Israel.'
Then what follows is that all are called upon to make this connection with the Holy of Holies in the same way our thoughts rise we also rise in our perceptions of the highers forces invoked. Also the secret of man is that he is in the image and likeness of creation. Within man creation continues. When man see rightly then he drives the chariot of creation and whatsoever he asks for or envisions becomes a physical reality. All of man's reflections build upon and within creation. The perfection of this creation is by the priests and singing. These priests (all of Israel or everyone who chooses to reach up for their hearts desire) perform the function of intermediary between thought and its expression. By reaching up the vibration of thought is raised. By singing it is raised yet again via the naturally occurring octaves of sound which directly resonate with those thoughts being sung.