Kabbalah Speaks Only About How Man Can Attain The Creator

We Raise the Entire Universe Up to the CreatorQuestions I received on parallel universes, the Zeitgeist movie, the year 2012, and Jesus:

Question: On a show called “The Universe,” scientists explain the possibility of parallel universes and that they will soon be able to mathematically prove their existence. I know these worlds aren’t the spiritual ones we learn about in Kabbalah, but is it possible that for every spiritual world that exists, there is a corporeal universe – parallel to this one – that also exists in direct relation to each spiritual world? And if so, and also given the fact that all of creation exists for the purpose of correction, could other corrections be occurring simultaneously on these other parallel corporeal universes?

My Answer: There is nothing in existence besides what is described by Kabbalah: our world and the five spiritual worlds. See Talmud Eser Sefirot and Baal HaSulam’s drawings.

Question: I read your blog post where somebody asked you about the Zeitgeist movie. I watched that movie as well, and I’m shocked because I saw many Kabbalistic ideas in it. I really encourage you to watch it. I would like to know your opinion about it – similar to that about the movie “What the Bleep Do We Know!?

My Answer: I tried to watch it, but couldn’t keep going after a few minutes…

Question: I have read and watched numerous things that had dealt with the year 2012. 2012 was said to be “the end of the world.” I also read that by December 21st, 2012, it will be a new age and the attainment of the highest individual human potential. Does this have anything to do with Kabbalah?

My Answer: No. Everything depends exclusively on us – and on you!

Question: Some teach that Jesus is the middle line, yet I strongly believe that he does not move like a Kabbalist. I wanted to know if I was right or not to feel this way about Jesus?

My Answer: Kabbalah speaks only about the Creator and man, about how man can attain the Creator.

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One Comment

  1. Dear Rav,

    I am enjoying everything you teach, I do now have a question though. When you say ” there is nothing in existance besides what is described by Kabbalah” . Isn’t that a closing of one’s infinite possibilities?
     I do understand that Kabbalah points to the opening of one’s sensation of the Creator in a most sublime way, and in addition provide us with a method of unequivocal results in experiencing exactly this, which I’ve been experiencing before I started studying Kabbalah 3 weeks ago, and in following the method wih my studies, my experiences has been enhanced, to the point of feeling a great appreciation for everything, and everyone; past, present and future. And with so much desire to bestow in the same manner that the Creator bestows, and to receive only so that I might be able to bestow. Perhaps I am going in circles but, then again, it’s true, there is no way to put in words what would describe best these sensations. They are all too powerful to put in raw language. 

    Respectfully, and sincerely,

    Maria.

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