The goal of Pesach in our life

The goal of Pesach in our life

"A personal Exodus"

Have you ever wondered what is the goal of "Pesach" in our lives, and what does the Creator want from us on Pesach?

(Due to the extensive content of our study, we will publish it in two parts)
The Torah, as well as the Passover story, describes what happens to us in spiritual reality and within us.
We can understand the true meaning of the Passover Haggadah (Pesach story) only when we experience our own Personal Exodus from Egypt and celebrate our freedom! in this celebration internally.
By nature man acts only to satisfy himself, the desire to receive called egoism, on the contrary, the Divine Attribute is the reverse, wanting to grant abundance, pleasure and delight to the human being, these are the contrary forces of the who speaks the Pesach and actually the entire Torah.
The similarity between these two forces is the entrance to spiritual reality, it is a change of consciousness, an internal change in ourselves, transforming us from a selfish nature to one of Hesed (Goodness-Altruism).
But before acquiring this Divine attribute, we must know and discover our egoism in its totality, and thus be able to generate a change.
In the history of the People of Israel and the celebration of Pesach, Pharaoh symbolizes the selfish nature of man and Moshe the Hesed (Divine Attribute of Goodness).
But what does Pesach mean?
"Pesach" comes from the Hebrew word "Pesijá" which means "Take a leap" , that is: "The leap" over the human character "
Before the Exodus from Egypt we were held captive under "the dominion of the ego", without influence over life.
After the Exodus from Egypt, already in the spiritual world, we learned to participate in the "Work of Creation" and to manage our life and the reality in which it exists.
The relationship with the Divine Force and the fulfillment of Pesach, internally and spiritually we feel it as an internal and complete pleasure.

The "Emigration to Egypt" is a place where man finds his security and material satisfaction, has possessions, status, experience, etc .., confident that this will give him satisfaction forever.

When, "a new king rises in Egypt" the man sees that everything has been acquired then now belongs "to the selfish king", the pharaoh!

The man, who felt free and happy! he suddenly discovers that he has become a slave to the desire to enjoy, that he has never given anything of himself to others, filling himself with a deep sense of emptiness and shame, he is unable to connect with the Blessed Creator! and to imitate the attribute of Hesed (Kindness -altruism). His work is very hard and tedious, but it has no purpose or fruit. Pythom and Ramses are swallowed up by the earth.

This leads us to wonder why is all this happening to me? And what should I learn to get out of this sad and painful situation? That leads me to depression every day.

Then two forces are revealed within us: "The Egyptian" who thinks only of himself and how to satisfy his pleasures .. .

And "the Hebrew" who yearns to join directly to the Creator, which is: "Isra-El" And who composes in the Hebrew language the word: "Yassar- He" (ישר- אל) translated would be: "Direct towards Him" ​​ and this is: the Divine Force, the true "Source of Pleasure"

On Pesach "Israel "(Yassar He) Prevails over the ego, when man decides to strengthen his aspect " Israel " to defeat the Egyptian, he asks for help, as it is written in the Torah:

"And the children of Israel groaned because of their hard bondage, and they cried out, and their cry went up to Hashem" (Shemot-Exodus 2:23)
< br> When the Israeli side turns to the Divine Force "The Creator" and begs it to free it from the dominion of Pharaoh "the ego", this is how the internal force called "Moshe" arises in man, which will pull!

Well "Moshe" comes from the Hebrew word limshot (pull) 'to Israel from Egypt' and it will help them to take a leap in their consciousness "Lip soach "(Pesach)

As we said before: Pesach comes from the Hebrew word " Pesija "
What does it mean to" jump "

With the help of Hashem, we will continue with our writing tomorrow

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