The Wisdom Of Kabbalah And Religions

laitman_567_01Question: How is the wisdom of Kabbalah related to Judaism? Which of the religions today is closest to the wisdom of Kabbalah?

Answer: Modern Judaism appeared about 2,000 years ago when the Jews fell from the level of “love thy friend as thyself” to the level of unfounded hate.

The people lost the feeling of the upper world, which means that the wisdom of Kabbalah was lost. Until then the people lived entirely in two dimensions, in feeling the two worlds!

Before the destruction of the Second Temple, until 2,000 years ago, the Jewish people lived in the feeling of the upper world. A totally different world was revealed to them! But they fell into unfounded hatred and the feeling of the upper world disappeared, instead Judaism as we know it today replaced it, i.e., keeping simple customs, which exists to this day.

Other than Judaism there are nearly 3,800 religions, faiths, and methods today that are called “spiritual.” None of them has anything to do with the wisdom of Kabbalah because they are all based on a person’s ego.

We can clearly see that they are intended to dividing people between themselves, while the wisdom of Kabbalah aims to connect people and raise man above his egoistic nature.

The wisdom of Kabbalah isn’t a religion. A Kabbalist doesn’t believe in anything. According to the wisdom of Kabbalah, faith is the attribute of bestowal. If a person acquires the attribute of bestowal, he reveals the upper world to the extent that he possesses this attribute.

Faith that a person has in our world is being told something and believing what he has been told. This is not faith in the Creator, but faith in a person who has told him about the Creator. The wisdom of Kabbalah negates this approach.

The wisdom of Kabbalah is a science! It reveals the upper world according to the law “a judge only has what his eyes can see.” This means that a person has to discover the upper world and only what you reveal do you have the right to speak about.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 10/4/15

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One Comment

  1. It is said there is a lineage of Kabbalists as Jewish patriarchs according to each one of the levels of desires, Adam for the Still level, then Abraham, Moshe, and as I heard from you in a convention, this lineage with this level of desire ends in you. Even though Kabbaist have come from many countries and many nationalities, (an even stated by Nuro de Manhar in his Zohar introduction, Kabbalah has even roots in Indan Vedas) I think this idea of the lineage of Jewish patriarchs as masters of he ladder, has a Zionist agenda at Bnei Baruch. I have never understood why “40” being the Kabbalist number related to the point in the heart, has never been taking into account in the case of been the exact year between Yeshua crucifixion and the destruction of the second temple. Just as we read in the Zohar in he “Mistery Stranger” chapter, Two lions have been slaughter, now the temple is surrounded by dogs. Is it really too hard to consider Yeshua the Kabbalist (read Lucas 10, come and try) crucifixion as the end of the upper world for Israel?

    Also, let’s not forget that Budhism is a technology for the abolition of ego, and different from Israel, there has never been a war in the name of Buddha, neither a wall made on his name, neither a military expansion, neither a crusade, just so we become more fair with what’s been said in this blog in terms of other religions.

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