Kabbalists On Kabbalists, Part 12
Dear Friends, please ask questions about these passages from the great Kabbalists. The commentaries in brackets are mine.
Following the Paths of Kabbalists
This means that through adhering to wise disciples [annulling himself before them], it is possible to receive some support. In other words, only a wise disciple [he who attains the Creator with his corrected qualities] can help him, and nothing else. Even if he is great in the [regular] Torah [and not Kabbalah], he will still be called “a commoner” if he has not been rewarded with learning [in the equivalence of form in bestowal] from the Creator’s mouth. Hence, one must surrender before a wise disciple and accept what the wise disciple places on him [the guidance of how to achieve the quality of bestowal] without any arguments [neutralizing his ego in all aspects], but by way of above reason.
– Baal HaSulam, Shamati #105, “A Wise Disciple Bastard Precedes a High Priest Commoner”
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