Question: You say that, when a person feels bad, he can connect his sensation with the Creator. But in that case, am I simply accusing the Creator for not giving me enough Light for me to feel good?
Answer: First of all, it is not that important whether I am blessing or cursing the Creator, whether I treat Him well or badly. The most important thing is not to interrupt the connection with Him.
Even if the connection is back to back—when I am unhappy with the Creator and constantly contradicting Him, struggling, and in conflict with Him—that is not important. The main thing is not to forget that I have a connection with the Creator.
We must always maintain this connection in all cases and circumstances. I should not be afraid to discover that I am not happy with Him.
Always hold Him before you as the only partner. All others are just images, shadows, not people—everyone, without exception, and they are given to you so that by revealing your attitude to the Creator through them, you will reveal Him.
Question: But how can I come to the quality of bestowal from constant anger toward and accusations against Him?
Answer: You will see how useful this is when you are cursing Him constantly.
The key here is the constancy, the continuity of your contact: from morning to night, without stopping. You present your demands and accusations to Him, you blame and curse Him, but through that you do not attribute any of your actions, thoughts, or desires to any other factor except Him.
If this is the case, then you will reveal the Creator that same day. Reveal Him in practice, without long years of delay. We need a strong concentration, focus, whereby you begin to understand how He governs you, and then you will make out His game, what is called “the dance of the groom with his bride.” From there, we begin to manifest intentions.
From the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 7/22/15, Shamati #241