Every Kabbalah Congress Is Another Chance

what2520is2520mutual2520guarantee2520in2520a2520virtuaIt is very important for beginner students to participate in our Congresses. By coming to a Congress, a person is revived and inspired, and this enables him to rise a little higher spiritually. You receive the energy that is the only thing able to help you move forward. This is actually the reason why we hold our Congresses. It is impossible to advance, to build a greater connection between us, without first establishing live contact. There is a reason why there’s a saying that “seeing is believing.”

If a person still lacks a clear aspiration to the goal and the point in his heart isn’t on fire yet, then the Congresses light him up and allow him to begin his spiritual development, even if he’s starting out from the material level. The external unification leads to inner unification, according to the principle, “the hearts aspire after the actions.” The external actions help us desire to unite on the inside, with our souls or our points in the heart.

During a Congress, while we communicate with each other directly, we try to unite all of our points, the rudiments of the souls, as strongly as possible. Afterwards, everyone goes back home, but each person strives to maintain this connection, and this is how we create the spiritual space! It’s worthwhile for us to meet at Congresses until we connect our points in the heart so much that we will be able to work with them in spite of the distance between us. We will then be able to use the distance to strengthen the connection between our souls.

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