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Yaakov Brawer

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Now that we have some insight into the concept of Techilah, we are in a position to explore the premise stated in Sefer Yetzirah that “their beginnings (Techilah) are wedged in their ends (Sof) and their ends are wedged in their beginnings”
Subtleties in the concept of Techilah. Etzem as opposed to Etzem Mamash.
The exploration of the concept of “Techilah” continued.
The analysis of the stages of “beginning”: 1) Techilah – essential, 2) Kodem – hidden, 3) Gilui – revealed. And using as examples: 1) Radla – Essential, 2) Chochmah Stimah – Hidden, and 3) Chochmah – Gilui.
The stages of “Beginning” (Essential, Hidden, and Revealed) and the distinctions between them.
Continuation of the discussion of the meaning of נעוץ תחלתן בסופן.
נעוץ תחלתן בסופן
Absolute beginning is found only in absolute end. Likewise, the absolute end is the singular expression of the ineffable cause of all, i.e. the absolute beginning. Although fulfilment of the Ratzon, which initiates and drives the evolutionary chain of bei...
Ratzon: process and outcome
Until now, the Maamer has discussed the sequential process by which Ratzon commands the evolutionary development of being. In this process, the light the ‘primal will’ is most apparent at higher levels and progressively diminishes and divides as the multi...
Continuing the discussion of the evolution of Ratzon from its source to actualization in Maaseh.
Beginning the Maamer כי המצוה הזאת
The evolution of Ratzon, from its source to actualization in Maaseh: How the terms “Hischalkus” and “Hislabshus” apply to the progression of Ohr, which is, in essence, a Makkif.
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