Imaginary And True Freedom, Part 6 – True Freedom

laitman_527_03Question: Is going “out of yourself” towards love for others, true freedom or imaginary?

Answer: This specifically is freedom. It is because when I rise above myself and go out towards love of others, I don’t just move myself into the others and instead of my ego another person enslaves me.

No. In going out of myself, I go to the next level of existence and thus detach from myself.

I stop seeing this world in the same form I see it through my five egoistic senses, and I begin to look at it through five altruistic senses: Keter, Hochma, Bina, Zeir Anpin, and Malchut. They are completely different senses.

I begin to see our world as eternal, infinite, and whole, and I see myself in the same way. And that selfish piece that always held me and didn’t let go of me can no longer hold me; I am detached from it and begin my free flight.

Now I am not limited in any way, not in realizing love, not in realizing my mutual connection, and not in anything else. I enter into a new space that is not enclosed within the “pot” of this world; my “self” is determined there by my connection with everyone else.

Everything that is found outside of me is all my “self” because I have moved into another space within only one point, which in principle is what awakens me. Specifically within this point, thanks to which I somehow felt myself within a pot, I leave the closed space. Everything else remains within the pot.

To be continued….
From KabTV’s “The Last Generation” 6/11/15

Related Material:
Imaginary And True Freedom, Part 5 – Freedom After Solution Of The Problem
Imaginary And True Freedom, Part 4 – Slaves Of The Ego
Imaginary And True Freedom, Part 3 – Absolute Freedom

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