Daily Kabbalah Lesson – 07.15.11

Writings of Rabash, Dargot HaSulam, “The Merit of the Smaller One”
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The Book of Zohar – Selected, Chapter “Truma (Donation),” “Menorah Shekalim this Month,” Item 586, Lesson 24

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Kabbalah for the Student, General Preface,” Item 2, Lesson 3
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Matter and Form in the Wisdom of Kabbalah,” Lesson 1
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  1. Thank you very much for today’s Zohar lecture and for explaining that when approaching the Zohar to see that everything in it talks about our spirituality and nothing else in the terms and words. This helps a lot with reading it now. Thank you.

    Also, you are right about just worrying about our wants. It is a lot of work, but I have to look at each and every want that I have all day long and examine them. First, I have to be aware I have them, then I have to ask myself what I am really wanting it for, myself or for others, and if it is not with intentions to give, then I have to measure it against the Creator to see the difference and close the gap between my desire and the Creator’s and change the intention. But the desire doesn’t change unless the intention changes, so that is very important. Then, my wants are in line and consistent with bestowal. I don’t know if this will help others or not to say so, but linking one intention of bestowal to the next helps me. If I have any doubts about a want or desire I have, I look at a previous transformation and try to make it the same. So, you can have one transformed desire after another happening.

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