Jewish Mysticism
Bless the Lord, O my soul [Ps. 103-1, and elsewhere], and join with the angels… Give her passage [Cf. Zech. 3-7] amongst the angels–in the dwelling of His servants and in the station of His angels, the servants of His kingdom, the messengers of His angelhood, and those who do His work… Gaze upon the Rock from which you have been hewn [Cf. Isa. 51-1] … Lift your eyes and turn your face to the pure candelabrum [Cf. Exod. 31-8, 39-37, Lev. 24-4] which is before the Lord, from whose light you will be illuminated… And the Lord will shine His countenace upon you [Cf. Num. 6-25] and spread His wings over you [Cf. Ezek. 16-8]… Then you will behold the resplendent light [Cf. Job 37-21] which darkness cannot dim.

Translated by Elliot Wolfson in Through a Speculum that Shines- Vision and Imagination in Medieval Jewish Mysticism, Princeton- Princeton University Press, 1994.