Friday, April 17, 2015

A Vision of a World - Omer Day 14

Malchut of Gevurah
by Judith Felsen

Today we know a vision of a world enhanced by conscious rigor
is a potential outcome of restraint embodied in commitment to Your will
as we begin to act to shift the fate of earth from futures of destruction to its Eden.
We recognize today in this sefirot’s light an image of a planet
with apparent history of each human’s lower nature
once concealed and now revealed.
The scars of our desires now become the guides exposed
to offer pathways of correction, our teshuvah, in cooperation with Your will.
Correction is within us and apparent in our daily life
as we create new structures  which do manifest our values changed
as centuries of darkened habits of the other side are altered.
We can restore Your kingdom here as we meld into one with You.
There is no separation of our will from Yours in this world redeemed.
Your light, all emanations of reality flow through divine sefirot and abide in us.
We catalyze Your essence and rebuild Your majesty.
As Your schliach we protect and heal our planet.
We are mighty farmers of Your light, all workers of Your earthly kingdom.
We come today to till our fields with consciousness, now fueled by our atonement,
to sow our crops as You advise with discipline and willingness,
to yield Your blessings once revealed, then concealed and now revealed again.
Creation through divine restriction, malchut of gevurah
is empowerment and emanation of Your will
as with divine restraint we restore balance,
heal our earth and harvest holiness in crops of life.

Today is the fourteenth day, which is two weeks of the Omer.
Today is the fourteenth day, which is two weeks of the journey from bondage to revelation.

Copyright 2015  Judith E. Felsen, Ph. D. Used by permission.

Judith Felsen holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, certificates in hypnotherapy, NLP, Eriksonian Hypnosis, and Sacred Plant Medicine. She is a dancer of sacred circle dance, an AMC kitchen crew, trail information volunteer, trail adopter, and daily student of Torah and Judaism. She is enrolled in Rabbinical Seminary International. She has studied Buddhism, A Course in Miracles, and other mystical traditions. She is a hiker, walker, runner, and lives in the White Mountains with her husband and two large dogs. Her life centers around her Jewish studies and daily application.

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