Tsadik the letter symbolizes the acceptance of sublimation, in order to access another level of existence or consciousness or to change cycle.
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Tsadik the letter symbolizes the acceptance of sublimation, in order to access another level of existence or consciousness or to change cycle. The sefer abahir presents Tsadik as the letter of the Tsadik, the Just One, who was able to sublimate and become a foundation by which other existences can continue to exist. Tradition teaches that the world exists, it is imperative that there is always thirty-six Justs on earth. It also symbolizes the simultaneous living in two worlds, the present world (olam azéh), and the future world (olam abah).
The early evolution of Tsadik is quite difficult to understand, it seems that originally it was a man lying down, maybe even a dead body in profile. But the proto-Sinaitic seems to indicate a hook or an anchor. The hook can go in the same direction as it secures a moving prey. Thus, for these symbols, the Tsadik seems to cause a fight between solid and liquid, or the fixed and mobile. Perhaps it is simply to attach the word of Pé, in this case, the Pé symbolize the Oral Torah and the Written Torah Tsadik.