Looking At Ourselves From The Creator’s Level

Dr. Michael LaitmanKabbalah is the utmost spiritual psychology. It adds a dimension to each move that we make, to every intention, desire, and action… This is something that this world’s psychology lacks. The materialistic psychology talks about many things, but they “hang” in the air.

It’s impossible to measure, touch, take accurate notes, (keep in mind that humans are computers) size our desires, intentions, and interactions since in order to be able to do so we have to achieve a higher developmental level and rise from our current state to the Creator’s.

To the degree of our similarity with the Creator, we begin regarding ourselves from His level. Then, we can measure ourselves and our feelings with a “probe” that we “place inside” each of our desires, properties, intentions, directions, etc. We acquire a chance not only to measure them, but also to take accurate notes, transfer, exchange, compare the data we received, and connect with each other… In other words, we acquire a system of communication.

However, it is possible to act so only if we have attained the upper level; there is no other way to achieve it. Similarly, humans are at a higher developmental level than electronics and other automatic mechanisms that they create.

When it comes to philosophy, we should keep in mind that it pertains to speculations about the higher realm from people who still are at the inferior, material state. All philosophical trends are groundless. However, when one rises to a more advanced level and talks about something that is below him, one acquires a position that is similar to the relationships between the roots and the branches. The branches cannot contemplate about the roots since they don’t have any idea about what they are.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 3/11/13

Related Material:
A View From Above
Thank You Psychologists, Farewell Philosophers
Psychology As A Mirror Reflecting The Development Of Ego

Discussion | Share Feedback | Ask a question

Laitman.com Comments RSS Feed

Previous Post: