The only thing we can do is to draw the Surrounding Light upon ourselves. This requires us to study together and build from ourselves (not from physical bodies, but our desires) the spiritual reality. This is why we unite around the globe in one desire and begin to strive for something higher.
It is impossible to accomplish this without a common language. We can communicate via an interpreter, but we have to somehow picture our collective desire ourselves. Each degree has a very complex structure (10 Sefirot, 3 lines) which has to be uncovered in order to understand that it is part of Infinity.
Hence, nothing is accidental in the language of Kabbalists: Everything is defined with absolute precision from the first letter to the last, and already exists in the final state in the world of Infinity. There can’t be anything accidental, especially when it comes to humanity’s ascent from below upward.
We employ a single existing system, and there is no other way to use it. The language of our world defines the connection between all of its parts, whereas the language of branches also establishes the connection between the two levels, the material and the corporeal. No other language but Hebrew is endowed with this ability.
It is not just a spoken language; it’s like a programming language that defines a connection between elements. It shows how to transition from certain properties to others, from one state to another, by using a different kind of desire (Aviut), the informational genes (Reshimot), Kelim (vessels), and the ties between the souls, everything together. The initial state, the final one, and all means to transition from one to another are there, and all of it is called language.
The point in the heart that awakens in a person is essentially the desire to connect the branch with the root. I want to find out what this entire world hints at and tells me about!
From the 4th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 2/10/2011, “The Essence of the Wisdom of Kabbalah”