Questions I received on the meaning of Kabbalistic words and the point in the heart:
Question: What is the meaning of the expression, “There are many thoughts in a person’s heart, but the Creator will save us from all of them”?
My Answer: Only the Upper Light can fill all our desires and thoughts by giving them the correct properties and forms.
Question: Does the point in the heart depend on the number of life cycles one has gone through? I just don’t understand why it is still dormant in many people.
My Answer: The point in the heart awakens when a person grows disillusioned in trying to fulfill all his earthy desires. It is for this purpose that he goes through a history of lives for many millennia!
Question: I have been studying Kabbalah for the past two years or so. There are two things that seem to confuse me and that could be because I keep on associating the meaning of “pleasure” and “desire” with our world. It would be greatly appreciated if you could expand on these two words for me or direct me to the place I can find the information.
My Answer: Pleasure is the sensation of a fulfilled desire – any desire. Desire is an aspiration to fulfill oneself with something one desires, with pleasure. However, in Kabbalah the desire is a desire for the Light, and the pleasure is pleasure from the Light.
Question: Is it possible to convey the essence of your lessons through sign language?
My Answer: Yes, if someone will understand it, for example, deaf people.
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