The Beit HaMikdash represents a man’s shape. To see how Shlomo’s Beit HaMikdash represented Yaakov lying down during his dream, please see Tony Badillo’s brilliant diagrams (

To understand the Beit HaMikdash as a healing center, let’s flesh out Badillo’s concept by adding the sefirot and elements for healing.  Note  When we include both Keter and Da’at (usually we count only one or the other to arrive at a total of 10 sefirot), we find 11 sefirot matching 11 items of furniture in the Beit HaMikdash. This parallels 11 items of mizbei’ach (3 parts) + High Priest clothing (8) as well as the 11 incense spices. Click here to learn more.  BeitHaMikdashChart040318.pdf