Dreaming of Moshiach

Sunday, June 25, 2006

Tchiat Hametim

April 2006
"אני מאמין באמונה שלמה שתהיה תחיית המתים בעת שתעלה רצון"

There were no materialistic things around us. No trees, flowers, grass, houses, cars, etc.[+/-] show/hide text

It seems like we are standing on sand and all we can see is the ocean and the sky, matching in color. The sand was very soft and comfortable. We knew that many Jews have died after the horrors of Gogumagog. There were thousands of Jews but we knew that a much greater number of Jews did not survive. We knew that the Jews who did not survive Gogumagog would come back in Tchiat Hametim but did not know when. We have witnessed the horros of Gugumagog and survived. We all stood united (complete Achdut) and full of thanks to Hakadosh Baruch Hu. We did not talk amongst ourselves, only davened to HaShem.

We were dressed in clothing that I do not recognize and cannot explain. All of us were dressed in the same clothing and same color. There were men and women, the men and boys stood on one side and women and girls on another side. Couples did not stand together. No one had complaints or discomforts, no one was ill or handicapped. There was no feeling of hunger, thirst, or tiredness. No feeling of desire for worldly pleasure. There were no strollers or cribs or mothers holding babies, the youngest also stood. We were all equal in every way possible. We were all standing, completely unified, looking upwards to Heaven and giving thanks to our Father, the Kings of all Kings.

We lowered our eyes and saw Tzaddikim that we daven about them daily, Kodshei Elyon. They appeared out of nowhere standing across us. Our eyesight was perfect. We were able to see their facial features from afar and know whom each Tzaddik was. They did not have "name tags" but we knew who they are. They were dressed in different clothing than we were. We were trembling with excitment. We were tremendously overwhelmed that we are zoche (merit) to see these Tzaddikim. The men began running towards the Tzaddikim and a few bowed down to them. The women also ran towards the Tzaddikim, in a modest way. There was no verbal communication between us but all the women did not think that it's proper or if it's allowed to bow down to Yelod Isha (human being) - only to HaShem.

The few men whom bowed down to the Tzaddikim disappeared. It seemed like it was the final test of true Emunah (full devotion and trust) to our Father. The women communicated non-verbally to the men to stop bowing down. The men "heard" it and did not bow down. The men stopped running and walked towards the Tzaddikim in a very respectful manner, with awe. The Tzaddikim were also walking towards us.

The Rambam in Halachot Melachim says in regards to GogUmagog and Geula that no person knows how it will be, till it be. The Zohar Hakadosh says that the final redemption will be similar to Galut Mitzraim. In the plague of darkness, 80% of the Jews that did not want to do Tshuva and did not want redemption, did not survive. I debated whether to tell this dream or not. While davening today, I felt very strong that I should tell it and hopefully it will encourage us to do Tshuva - amen




Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this Nava. I think that all of your dreams urging tshuvah are instructive.

Questions: In your dreams were people davening with siddurim, saying certain tehillim? Do you have a sense of most appropriate halachot to learn? This may be reavealing.


Blogger nava said...

Hi David,
It says that Eliyahu Hanavi promises that if a person learns 2 Halachot a day, he is guaranteed to survive Gogumagog.
It seems that in my husband's dream and mine, Tehillim is very powerful in Shamayim.


והיה השם למלך על כל הארץ, ביום ההוא יהיה השם אחד - ושמו אחד ישתבח שמו לעד לנצח נצחים בכל העולמות Blessed is His name for eternity in all worlds אין עוד מלבדו