New Life #509 – Meditation And Contemplation, Part 1
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Nitzah Mazoz
Meditation helps a person relax and contemplate himself and the world from inner relaxation. Yet according to the Kabbalistic definitions, this activity is not spiritual!
Only in the wisdom of Kabbalah is there the power of the Light that can take a person out of the desire to receive and bring him to the desire to bestow. When a person eliminates his ego, he senses that the entire world is a single system, yet he cannot control this system.
The Kabbalists make “intentions,” concentrating their energy on connection with others, to discover the upper force. In a Kabbalistic group, people work together on transitioning from the “I” to “We” to “One” with the help of the power of the Light; this is something that doesn’t exist in other methods. The levels of ascent are described in detail in the books of Kabbalah.
The wisdom of Kabbalah doesn’t suppress the ego; on the contrary, it makes use of all its intensity. This wisdom is for learning how to receive correctly: in the “Middle Line” integrating the power of reception and the power of bestowal found in nature and expanding them without limit, so we merit receiving in the best way.
From KabTV’s “New Life #509 – Between Kabbalah and Mysticism: Meditation And Contemplation – Part 1,” 1/25/15
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