How To Achieve What Does Not Exist In Nature

Dr. Michael LaitmanA question I received: Why did you say that at first we notice only that which differs in its qualities from us; that is, we would not notice someone who is equal to us, but only one who is either above or below us? And then you said that equivalence of qualities is a necessary condition to catch the spiritual wave with your “receiver.”

My Answer: Our egoism does not notice ones that are equal to it. And if we want to perceive equality, we need to rise above our ego.

I need the group in order to reach equivalence with the Creator in the quality of bestowal. By attuning myself to equivalence with the friends, I thereby align myself with the Creator. Otherwise, I will not be able to be equal to Him. Instead, I will bend down before Him expecting a profit or wishing to adhere to Him like a child in order to have Him govern over me. In other words, I will place Him above or below me, but not equal to me.

I can become equal only through the group. The group is that transformer. Only with the help of the group can I achieve equivalence and similarity of qualities to the Giver. The group actually exists only in my imagination in order for me to reach equivalence with the Creator, the kind of equivalence that does not exist in nature!

From the 4th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 7/8/10, “Introduction to the Book, Panim Meirot uMasbirot

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  1. Above and below may be equivalent to motion when ‘on the level’ supplies no stimulation, no information. It takes motion to give stimulation, information. The group stimulates us and creates motion in us causing us to have what we would not have otherwise. The group is a great gift. And how many does it take to make a group? What is the absolute minimum to constitute a group?

    The group is “imaginable” but real. It enables us to rise above nature…and achieve similarity and equivalence to the Creator.

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