We are discovering the universal law of nature, Einstein’s dream, who dreamt of connecting mass, energy, and the speed of light into a single formula. That is how we connect desire, Light, and the screen, which balances between desire and Light.
This means that a Kabbalist is a true naturalist who discovers that he is found in an interesting place, which is his world, and simultaneously it is also someone’s home.
By investigating this home, by discovering its laws on the level of the still, vegetative, and animate, he begins to perceive a higher characteristic that hovers in this home, someone who is real, a thought, a deficiency, a desire, and gradually he understands that through investing some effort in his human nature, he can discover the “master of the house” through it, through himself and not through the lifeless laws of the sciences of this world (physics, chemistry, biology, etc.).
So the wisdom of Kabbalah is a science, and a Kabbalist is a scientist. He investigates nature, but on a higher level than humanity has as has been given to man. He investigates nature not on the level of the still, like physics, not on the level of the vegetative and animate like biology and zoology, but on the supra-human level, beyond the entire nature of our world, above egoism.