Kabbalistic Prayers & Invocations for Financial Prosperity

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It is not true that money is connected to the devil, but it is instead a solidified form of energy and as such can be used in a positive or negative way. Money, like blood, is a real lifeblood that must flow smoothly and harmoniously, without deficiencies, without stagnation or haemorrhage. In its highest aspect, the presence of Archangel Sachiel awakens solidarity, generosity and altruistic spirit in the human heart.

Sachiel is the patron of bankers, administrators, money changers, stockbrokers, accountants, politicians and all those who work to improve the economic level of humanity. Unfortunately, it has not met a lot of understanding on the part of the humans who try to hoard without giving anything back, but with the new ability to understand, there is still a lot of space to collaborate.

Symbolically it is a bearer of fertility and acts on the Earth by covering it with herbs, flowers and fruits. He is also the guardian of the animal kingdom to which he ensures fertility and well-being. Sachiel Prayer. Archangel Sachiel, I address my prayer to you you can satisfy my right desire for money. I want it for ….

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December 5, - Published on Amazon. Excellent book. Filled with an amazing amount of information from multiple sources which provides a huge understanding of spirituality and mysticism. June 27, - Published on Amazon. I have been a devout student of the Torah and Kabbalah for many years now, and I can truthfully say beyond doubt and without compromise that if you really desire to bring the Light of your Creator into your life, to have the candle of God shine more brightly within your Soul, then Walking In The Fire is the pearl of wisdom for which you have been waiting.

Throughout the letters and words that give body and vision to Walking In The Fire, Rabbi Ariel Bar Tzadok consistently presents, unveils and demonstrates a remarkable vessel of Kabbalistic knowledge. Among the many topics that are brought into elucidation are the proper usage and forms of Holy Names, precise and comprehensible journeys into the nature of Spiritual Reality, concise commentary covering very subtle and esoteric concepts such as the manner in which one can attach his or her Soul to the splendor of HaShem Devekut , music as a tool to cultivate a garden of meditative prayer, the power and passion of Holy Intent, the essence of the Ten Sefirot upon the Tree of Life, the unfolding of the Four Higher Worlds and the Infinite and Eternal Consciousness found within the 5 levels of the Soul.

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All of these and more are brought into such a wonderful weave of understanding that not only will you be able to succinctly embrace its wisdom, you will also be able to intrinsically bring it into your life and apply it practically and physically to the spiritual evolution of your Soul. To have such mystical secrets brought from the depths of so many ancient and sacred Hebrew texts, into a very simple, basic, light in which any seeker can find a way to truth and further motivation is truly a Blessing for all.

Thank you, Rabbi Bar Tzadok, for sharing and bringing into the natural flow of reality such an amazing array of complex, Kabbalistic thought What a great Spiritual journey awaits any Soul, Jew or Gentile alike, with the courage and desire to embrace the wisdom which will surely come from Walking In The Fire of these Kabbalistic gems, brought into a full understanding through the eloquence of Rabbi Ariel Bar Tzadok. October 3, - Published on Amazon. This Sefer did not help me understand how to make kavanot but was a nice collection of many texts that I was unfamiliar with.

The book leaves me wanting more but at the same time it provided me with texts never translated into English before.

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I have mixed feelings about this book. Some people may benefit from it and some may be disappointed. Truth is not relative, nor is it the opinion that carries the most weight. And Truth is not merely an aspect of our morality code, insofar as it demands that we always tell the truth.

Truth is an idea, notion or activity containing the fundamental reality of the Lightforce.

This is the essential thing we must understand when we pray. Truth is then absent, despite the recitation of each and every word of the prayer. A person who has just returned from a journey and is consequently unable to concentrate kavanah properly, should not pray until three days have elapsed.

What seems to emerge from the preceding Talmudic passages is that the words by and within themselves do not serve the essential purpose of prayer. When the proper meditation for any particular prayer is not made, the words of prayer fall short of the target. According to the Zohar , kavanah , the directed-meditation system, is a significant and integral element for spiritual growth. They said further that all depends on the kind of speech, action and kavanah to which a man habituates himself, for he draws to himself here below from on high that side to which he habitually cleaves.

I found also in the same book the rites and ceremonies pertaining to the functions of the planets and signs of the constellations, and the directions for concentrating the thought upon them so as to draw them nearer to the worshipper. The same principle applies to him who seeks to be attached to the sacred spirit on high. For it is by his fervor and devotion kavanah that he can draw to himself that spirit on high.

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What emerges from the preceding Zohar passage is that prayer is something more than merely a method or device by which we express our gratitude to the Creator for the beneficence that He sheds upon us. In another section of the Zohar , we find that the recitation of the words themselves is not to be considered as fulfilling or accomplishing the objective of prayer, as is clearly stated in the following excerpt:. Prayer is made up of both action teffilin , tallit , standing, sitting and other prerequisites and speech, and when the action is faulty, speech does not find a spot to rest in; such prayer is not prayer, and the man offering it is defective in the upper world and the lower.

This is not the only Zohar passage that clearly indicates the power and importance of prayer and teaches that prayer is anything but a matter of obedience, a form of request for assistance, or an expression of thanksgiving. Indeed, prayer is anything but a robotic instrument for alleviating the hearts of the saddened and the conscience of the evil doer.

Our very lives and environment depend on this very powerful instrument, because it allows us to achieve control over our destinies.

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The hostile environment, the threatening cosmos, the natural enemies of our physical body, the degenerative process of aging — all represent the trials and tribulations that each of us faces every day. Life, as humanly experienced, is a picture of chaos and suffering, from the first day that we breathe life into our physical system. No matter when it starts, the bottom line reads like a broken record: chaos, misfortune, and more of the same tomorrow. Somehow, despite our reverence and belief in prayer, nothing has really changed.

The time-honored ritual of prayer has not retained its magic spell in most religions. And yet, prayer with kavanah , as practiced by the Kabbalah Centres all over the globe, has drawn tens of thousands to its practice, despite their inability to understand the meanings of the words used, or, for that matter, even to be capable of reading the words. For the majority of its adherents, scanning has more than sufficed for them to experience the effect of prayer. No doubt, the added ingredient of kavanah changed the feeling from that of robotic-obedience to one of connection with the Lightforce.

The body possesses twelve members that participate in the outer, bodily connection with the Lightforce namely; two hands, two feet, each of which contain three segments making a total of twelve parts. Then there are the twelve internal members which are considered the spiritual aspect of the body, namely: the brain, heart, liver, mouth, tongue, five wings of the lung, and two kidneys whose act of connection with the Lightforce is of benefit to the spirit.

For this is the internal and precious worship of the Lightforce, as expounded among the mysteries taught by Rav Shimon, and as belonging to the mysteries of supernal wisdom known to the Companions, praiseworthy is their portion. Prayer belongs to and is connected with the spirit.

Deep mysteries are attached to it. At the moment of daybreak, when the light becomes separated from darkness, a proclamation goes forth throughout all the firmaments, stating: Prepare yourself, you guardians at the doors, you sentinels of the Palace — each one to his post! For the day-attendants are not the same as the night-attendants, the two groups replacing each other with the succession of day and night.

Each one, following the proclamation, is assigned his suitable place. The Shechinah [the quantum, collective consciousness of the entire universe] then descends and Israel enters the place of prayer to offer praise to their Master in song and hymn. It behooves, then, every man, after equipping himself with the emblems of the outer, bodily connection such as the fringes and phylacteries , to unify his heart and internal being for the act of worship and to say his prayers with devotion. The angelic attendants all await the proper prayer to ascend to the ethereal realm.

And if it is fitly uttered, all the chieftains kiss that utterance of prayer and carry it aloft into the supernal firmament where other chieftains await it. Then the letters of the Divine Name that abide in the ethereal space soar upwards.

That Divine Name is formed of twelve letters and is the one by which Elijah the Prophet literally flew to the ethereal regions until he reached heaven. The letters, then, of the Name fly upwards with the prayer-utterance, in company with the chief who holds the keys of the ether and all the other chiefs, until heaven is reached. Happy is the portion of the man who knows the proper way in which to structure his prayer.

The power and significant consequences connected to and resulting from prayer as presented by this Zohar passage are something we might expect to read in some science fiction novel or to appear on some movie screen as a first-rate outer-space film. Prayer as described in this Zohar passage does not seem to resemble or reflect the concept of prayer that conventional religion proposes or postulates to its congregants. The notion that prayer, when properly directed, can provide mankind with the opportunity to fly in space will most certainly be dismissed, if not rejected outright, by most religious leaders.

However, considering the uselessness and futility of conventional prayer, our civilization can ill afford to reject the significance of kavanah. And yet, for years, the majority of worshippers with well-meaning intentions have realized that something is amiss. The result is empty places of worship, because for the most part those same worshippers have become disillusioned and consider prayer an exercise in futility. Most well-intentioned members of congregations are completely ignorant of the fact that kavanah is the mainstay of prayer.

How often have we asked: Where was the Light when I needed Him most? How does the Light choose his victims or survivors? Who determines which people shall be the lucky or unlucky ones? The Light?

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The answers to these questions, states the Zohar very emphatically, are found in examining human activities, and this is where using the knowledge of Kabbalah comes into play. With the proper kavanot and the use of the 72 Names of God , Moses became the master of our corporeal, material realm.

Armed with the awesome power of the Kabbalah, Moses and the Israelites were able to overcome the obstacle presented by the Red Sea. We may believe that the events we encounter originate with the Lightforce of the Creator. Nothing could be further from the truth. The all-embracing unified whole, the Lightforce, has become shrouded in mystery as regards its essential meaning. Consequently, service, worship, and devotion have become menacing demonstrations of violence, mistrust, conflicts in which each side believes itself right and the other wrong, and even murder, all for the sake of, and in the name of, God.

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These distortions, unfortunately, considering they are even stronger than the poor social or political reasoning that leads to violence, emerged concurrently with the establishment of varied religions and their offshoots — and there are so many.