Dreaming of Moshiach

Friday, May 25, 2007

Olam Haba Dream

The dream began when all the Jews from all around the world were gathered in Eretz Israel. Moshiach has not arrived yet but it was a matter of spiritual minutes till we will be able to really see him, the Melech HaMoshiach. The reason for the delay was because there was a "war" in Yerushalayim and Jewish residents wanted to leave the holy city for safety reasons. Yerushalayim was "flooded" with Moslims and Arabs and most of them were very violent.

The Jews were given a choice to go either to Yerushalayim or Bnei Brak. I didn't know what to choose and I asked for permission to give me a minute to think where to go. During that minute, I physically woke up and literally debated in my mind - Yerushalayim is the holy city but is it safe to go there now? Bnei Brak is a city full of Tzaddikim Nistarim and Nigla'im (secret and revealed Tzaddikim) but it's too much populated and the streets are narrow, will there be room for us? I decided that I choose Bnei Brak and fell back asleep that second.

The dream continued and I was in Bnei Brak and somehow, the city "stretched". The streets were not narrow at all and there seems to be plenty of room for everyone. No one talked with one another because we were not there for a social gathering, there was no need to waste courteous words about nothing. Everyone understood that we are here because we survived the Galut and we are so ready to "see" the Sh'china (Divine Spirit) and greet Melech HaMoshiach.

There were no old people, babies, handicap, or strollers - there was nothing but us. I don't remember seeing houses, cars, stores, trees. I remember seeing only people, many people. We were all standing on "nothing". There seemed to be nothing underneath our feet. I don't even remember that I was wearing shoes or physical clothing. The sky was above us - the clearest color of "beauty". Never saw such skies in Galut life. The Yehudim (Jews) that chose Bnei Brak felt it was the right decision. Those that chose to go to Yerushalayim also made the right decision, for them.

HKB'H let us know His name (Holy Name that no one ever knew before) and with this Holy name, the Kings of all Kings gathered all the Yishmaelim, Amalekim, and Esavs for the purpose of destroying their seed forever in Yerushalayim. It was not a war in the sense of men against men with physical weapons and jet fighters. We knew that in the Holy Name of YKV'K, the Holy Almighty Creator was destroying the wicked seeds for the purpose of Mida Keneged Mida (measurement for measurement).

I don't know what happened with the Yehudim that lived in Yerushalayim or those that decided to go there.

Our minds did not think in the same ways like it did in the Galut. No one was rushing or felt "needs". We all knew that YKVK is our Father and the best Father in the World and even if we didn't understand "decisions", we knew that our Father always chose for us what we deserve, for our benefit. This concept was a tremendous revelation to us. This was the real Olam (world) and the smell was enormously delicious. We all knew that we are in the Olam that was created the first 6 days of creation. We became acutely aware that we needed to go thru the Galut; the tests and hardship for the process of purification. The Kingdom of Shakai was restored to its Glory.

We understood with a new mind why things happened the way it happened and why we chose to be in Bnei Brak. We all felt such tremendous love for our Father and the urge to worship HaShem with great gratitude; it was an overpowering feeling of pure love and gratefulness to our Father, the Almighty Creator.

There was a tremendous light coming from the "sky" and coming towards us in slow-motion. We knew it was the Sh'china (Divine spirit) and we were no longer in our physical bodies. We were like Malachim (angels). Millions of Yehudim became one; one mind, one mouth, one unit separated into millions of people. We all thought alike and each Yehudi was totally connected with HaShem as a "team".

(It's very hard to explain this concept. Imagine a candle giving fire to 100's of candles. All the candles are lit equally and become as one light, or a family of 10 children and the parent give all the children attention and love equally. There is no feeling of jealousy or competition between the siblings. It is equally given and each child connects to the parent as a "team").

We were like Malachim, and although millions of Yehudim, we all felt equal as one. In total unison and harmony, we said "ה' הוא האלוקים" (HaShem is GOD). The Light of the Divine Spirit YKV'K came closer to us and in perfect synchronization, we said לעולם ה' דברך ניצב בשמיים (Eternally HaShem, Your Word Firmly Stands in Heaven). We said it 12 times and as we were saying it, the Sh'china embraced us with affection, pure love, and tenderness.

Dream of Sept. 20, 2006/27 Elul, 5766




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