Kabbalah On Astrology, Death, Homosexuality And More

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Questions I received on changing one’s name, astrology, clairvoyants, time, death, and homosexuality:

Question: My parents changed their last name from Kroni to Karni in order to make it sound better and simpler. My daughter Noga was born on 02.07.2003. Will the name Noga Karni be favorable to her?

My Answer: This is not a question for a Kabbalist. Kabbalah engages only in the correction of egoism, human nature.

Question: What do you think about the science of Astrology?

My Answer: I don’t value it.

Question: Mediums or clairvoyants are people who have the ability to “see” things that others can’t. What is the difference between them and Kabbalists, who have developed the sixth sense?

My Answer: People will extrasensory perception and people who are close to nature are, in fact, able to “see” things about people. However, they can only see the things that relate to a person’s animate or earthly essence. Kabbalists don’t see these things. Instead, they engage in correcting the soul and pay no attention to the body.

Question: If time doesn’t exist, does this mean we are already united?

My Answer: Yes, but not in our perceptions.

Question: What is death?

My Answer: It is the end of one’s sensation within the egoistic desire at the level of this world.

Question: My cousin is a homosexual. What should he do if he really wants to study Kabbalah? The Creator gave him a desire – an attraction for other men, and you always say that we don’t have any power over our desires because everything comes from Him.

My Answer: He can study. The Light will correct whatever needs to be corrected.

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4 Comments

  1. Question: My cousin is a homosexual. What should he do if he really wants to study Kabbalah? The Creator gave him a desire – an attraction for other men, and you always say that we don’t have any power over our desires because everything comes from Him.

    My Answer: He can study. The Light will correct whatever needs to be corrected.

    I wish religion had the wisdom to see this.

  2. is kabbalah a religion? is it against homosexuality? do you have to agree with all the teachings of kabbalah?

  3. So, I am curious. .. why are some people are born homosexual? It is definitely not an unfair question. Why would they be challenged like this? It is way more than just a desire for something impossible. It challenges their basic need for a fulfillment in one of the most important human needs… I am not even talking about sex. I mean fulfillment in a relationship… I have, personally, met people who did not accept religion because they said: “G-d knows HE CREATED ME a homosexual. Why would he create me like that, but forbid me from what is most important in my life, love. I must love and bind to the one I love, but how do I do it, if I just cannot fall in love with anyone I can bind?”
    This question made a lot of logical sence to me. I also had seen spiritual gay people who accepted their religion… and who had been struggling with very emotionally painful experiences for DECADES?
    What about other perversions? Gender Identity? Desire for cross dressing? Pedophilia? These ARE fair questions to ask!

  4. If gay sex was wrong, nobody would do it. It is intensely pleasurable, just as pleasurable as heterosexual sex. The idea that only men and women can have a perfect happy family is a joke, the amount of divorce, cheating, hatred within heterosexual families is epidemic.
    When a kid realizes they are gay that realize themselves fully, they learn from others that they are “wrong” and internalize it but the truth is no there is nothing wrong with love and pleasure. Is that not why we are here.
    As for cross dressing…it’s just fabric and paint on ones face it has nothing to do with being female. African tribes paint make-up on their faces, where things that look like skirts to us are they cross-dressing? It’s all nonsense.

    Paedophilia, now that is a question that nobody asks religious people. The Catholic Church should be able to answer that one.

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