Article in the Newspaper “Yedioth Aharonot”

Article in the Newspaper \Today, Israel’s most popular newspaper, the Yedioth Aharonot Yedioth Ahronot Logo, published an article I wrote about Kabbalah’s take on the food crisis.

Yedioth Aharonot

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The Revelation Of Godliness (Baal HaSulam)

Baal HaSulam“Love your friend as yourself; this is a great rule (also collective) in the Torah.”

The word “collective” points to a sum of elements that, when put together, form that collective. Hence, if we say about the verse, “Love your friend as yourself,” that “it is a great rule (collective) in the Torah,” we must understand that all other 612 corrections of the will to receive are the details of the correction, “Love your friend as yourself.” [Read more →]

Antidepressants and Kabbalah

Antidepressants and KabbalahA question I received: Within the course of ten years leading up to year 2002, the use of antidepressants in Great Britain increased by 234%. The U.S. independent report of 2005 announced that 11% of women and 5% of men who are not undergoing official treatment (in the year 2002) take antidepressants. What effect do antidepressants have on a person’s spiritual development? Can a student advance in Kabbalah if he’s on antidepressants?

My Answer: Antidepressants are definitely one of today’s leading drugs. Not only do we prescribe them to children, we prescribe them to animals as well. Egoism is incapable of being fulfilled in our world, and at the same time, it hasn’t yet realized its fulfillment in the Upper World. As a result, egoism remains in a sort of intermediate state between the two worlds. Egoism’s growth will lead one to the discovery of Kabbalah as a method of fulfillment, but in the meantime – suffering!