My Answer: Reincarnations of souls are changes in the desires. After all, nothing exists but the desire and this desire changes. Within this transient desire, we perceive ourselves in one reincarnation or in the next one, within the intention for the sake of receiving or for the sake of bestowal.
The difference between this world and the future world, between the Creator and the creation are all different states of the desire. The desire that is in the state of bestowal is called “the Creator.” The desire that is in the state of reception is called “the creation.”
Currently we perceive within our desire that we are living here, in this world. The desire will change, and we will begin to feel that we are living in a different reality. A change in the desire determines everything. But, we cannot imagine states in which we do not yet exist.
However, for Kabbalists who exist in the desire to bestow as well as in the desire to receive, both parts of reality are above corporeal life and death, since they are in control of both types of phenomena in the desire.
Certainly, a person who has not corrected himself yet goes through reincarnations or various changes of the desire, until he completes his path by acquiring control over all the desires, all the qualities that can possibly be revealed.
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