A question I received: Why do you consider all sciences to be a consequence of the science of Kabbalah?
My Answer: Kabbalah originated 4,500 years ago in Ancient Babylon, and all the secular sciences originated from the science of Kabbalah. True science is a tool by which we attain Nature (or the Creator, which is the same thing). However, in regular, secular science, one attains His qualities egoistically, using one’s will to receive. In ordinary science, one attains the Creator within one’s earthly or materialistic desires.
On the other hand, if a person has the desire to understand the Creator, to attain His plan and the system through which He influences us, if one truly wishes to know Him and His actions and to reveal the deepest meaning of His acts, then to accomplish all this, one has to become like Him. And for that, one must have the desire to learn to bestow. In this case, that person is able to reveal the science that studies the Creator – the science of Kabbalah.
Everything in reality comes from the Creator and is attained within our desires. If a person’s desires have the intention of “for the sake of reception,” then he learns the ordinary, natural sciences, using the desires he was born with. But if his desires are similar to the Creator’s, then he uncovers the truth and understands the Creator’s actions. One attains this to the extent he is similar to Him. To the degree one is similar to Him, one attains His actions, intentions, desires, and His entire plan, as well as its realization.
A person attains all of this inside himelf, by means of equivalence of form with Him. This is how the science of Kabbalah enables one to see the Creator’s world, and is the reason why it is the only true science.
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