The 72 Names of God #60. Freedom – Guardian angel, Mitzrael – Kabbalah and New Life Wisdom


Mitzrael is the angel of reparation and change. He helps you to recognize and to fix your mistakes while also ensuring you act better in the future.

He helps you to understand the nature of obedience and authority. Thanks to the natural powers he brings you, you have the ability to lead others and to take on big responsibilities. With his help you will live your life with great ease.

He makes it easier for you to practice psychology and psychiatry. Under his influence you will come to possess a great talent for neurobiology, neurotechnology, and the technological world in general.

Should you ever suffer from mental illness he will bring you healing, but to fix these problems you must be aware of them first. He brings you unity between your emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical sides.


The guardian angel Mitzrael makes it easier for you to accept and to fix your mistakes therefore allowing you to build a new life for yourself. By his side you will no longer have the habit of giving up and throwing in the towel without putting up a fight first.

He will help you if you have a fear of change because he knows that this is what is stopping you from moving forwards. He will also help you if you are unable to accept your karma and if you refuse to improve yourself. He also protects you from feelings of fragility due to distance.

He protects you from problems of authority with your father or with the person who plays a fatherly role in your life, as well as with your boss or superior. He protects you from deliberate disobedience and from insubordination. He also keeps you from oppression, rebellion, and revolt. He will help you to change if you are a vindictive, difficult, or critical person.

The guardian angel Mitzrael will make sure you have enough help and that you do not lack in mutual support or opportunities for collaboration. He helps to rid your mind of the mentality that everyone is out for themselves. He is able to protect you from mental illnesses like madness, paranoia, schizophrenia, etc. He will also protect you from migraines and from chronic fatigue. He prevents you from taking medicine in ignorance.

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As we begin to transform our lives and experience true fulfillment, we are tested again and again. Each test of our ego injects doubt. The optimism and excitement we felt at the start of our journey vanishes, we start to complain, the ego is back!


As slaves and the children of slaves, the people of Israel were in bondage in Egypt for 400 years. Then came Moses. Sent by the Creator, he won freedom for his people. Then he led them on a long and arduous journey, including that famous passage through the Red Sea. Eventually they reached Mount Sinai, where they had a date with destiny.

Strangely, however, the Israelites began complaining as soon as they escaped from bondage. They even begged Moses to lead them back into Egypt! How could this be possible? Was the journey through the desert worse than 400 years of slavery?

Kabbalah offers a startling explanation for this. The entire story is a code! It is a veiled narrative of individual spiritual transformation!

Let’s decipher the code. Egypt refers to the human ego, the oldest slave master in history. Any aspect of our nature that controls us is Egypt. Egypt also denotes the seductive trappings of the material world.

The moment our spiritual path becomes challenging or uncomfortable for the ego, we long to return to our own personal Egypt—that is, to the lower level of being that we’d grown used to.

The path to transformation requires self-knowledge and personal accountability. It’s not easy. We’re constantly tempted to turn back. Escaping from spiritual bondage means liberation from the enslavement of our own former selves.


You perceive the balance and harmony that fills all Creation, especially in the hardships, challenges, and tests that you must face throughout life. With the power of this Name, you arouse strength to pass all those tests, to rise to a higher level of being, and to gain the joy and fulfillment that accompany true spiritual transformation. You unlock the chains of ego and achieve freedom!


Trumah (“Offering”)

(6) “That they bring me an offering”

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Perfection comes partly through striving and steadfast self-transformation with the right intent; yet there is more to bettering ourselves. We can increase our merit by tutoring the wicked, helping them to be free of evil.

Through our meditation upon this verse, we grasp in our hearts the source of all goodness from whence we sprang. The evil tendencies of the wicked are abolished and the Other Side is immobilized. We are now free to attain unity with the Light of the Creator.





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