Daily Kabbalah Lesson – 11.14.10

The Book of Zohar – Selections, Chapter “Hakdama, BeLaila De Kala (The Night of the Bride),” Item 1
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The Book of Zohar — Selections, Chapter “BeShalach (When Pharaoh Sent),” Item 437
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Baal HaSulam, “Beit Shaar HaKavanot,” Lesson 16
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Rav Yehuda Ashlag, “The Essence of Religion and Its Purpose,” Lesson 1
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  1. I understand that to work in lishma, I must be sure, through experience, that all I seem to sense is sent by the Creator. I understand that I ought not subvert, ognore, or otherwise dispense these with an egoistic intent. I understand that to cultivate the intent to bestow, the arvut, I must be neutral toward these sensations. My question is, how may I experience these sensations as a neutral disposition, without trying to dispose of them, that I may use them effectively in using the will to receive in order to bestow?

  2. I am often concerned about physical cleanliness. I do not know how to interpret the management of this concern sent from the Creator. If I get no impression from the group about what is necessary, does this mean that it never matters, and that it is all a matter of preference whether contamination results or not, and that the result cannot displease the Creator?

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