Three questions I received on Klipot and Reshimot:
Question: Do Klipot have Reshimot?
My Answer: The uncorrected Reshimot are the Klipot.
Question: The Klipot follow a person from his birth and until his death. Afterwards, when the soul (already more corrected, but not yet fully corrected) is reborn in another body, do the Klipot cling to it once again?
My Answer: The remaining uncorrected Reshimot are the Klipot.
Question: Do the Klipot posses degrees?
My Answer: A Klipa, an uncorrected Reshimo, becomes a spiritual degree when it is corrected.
Question: A Reshimo is a gene of desires. It’s a gene that launches a person’s physical, mental, and other movements. Is a Reshimo a spiritual print that was left after the Tzimtzum? If so, then I didn’t know that it bears any relation to our desires. Can you explain how this relates to our will to receive and to the launching of physical and mental activity?
My Answer: The Light’s influence over the next Reshimo evokes a sense of ourselves and our surroundings, and our existence. It’s the same as how an electricity supply brings a computer to life.
Related Material on Reshimot:
Chapter 1 from the Book Interview with the Future: The Spiritual Gene and the Reshimot
Chapter 3 from the Book Interview with the Future: The Creation of the Reshimot
Chapter 4 from the Book Interview with the Future: The Acceleration of the Reshimot
Related Material on Klipot:
Kabbalah Blog Post: Kabbalistic Terminology – Klipot
Shamati Article #36: What are the Three Bodies in a Man?
Lesson on Shamati Article #36: What are the Three Bodies in a Man?