A Detector For Revealing The Creator

Dr. Michael LaitmanThe Book of Zohar talks about the connections between us because there is nothing else to talk about in all of reality. Reality is one. We are inside of the Light, the Creator, the Maker, and we have to reveal our true state.

To the extent that we make attempts to reveal it, we are given the sensation of internal darkness, which we can disperse, cast off, with the help of mutual efforts in the connection between us. With these mutual efforts, we help the Light to become revealed.

This is exactly what we have to do. There is nothing besides our efforts, desire, concern, request, and aspiration to the state of revelation. So what’s the problem? The problem is that desiring this revelation means desiring the state that’s opposite to us. We find ourselves between two aspirations: the natural pull toward ourselves, and the artificial aspiration outwards, outside of us.

Therefore, through different efforts, by any means possible, I have to be inspired by the environment and attain a state where the aspiration outwards will become more important to me than the natural pull toward myself.

If I am able to acquire this importance with the help of the efforts and the request for the Light, for it to become revealed and help me, that means I am able to reveal the connection between us. And to the degree I reveal this connection, I reveal the Light, the Creator. That’s because the Light becomes revealed inside of our connection, but I cannot reveal it—I lack the detector.
From the 2nd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 8/1/11, “The Zohar

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  1. This is probably the most important thing, putting the idea of others before myself above all the things I chase in my corporeal desires and remembering that it is the bigger goal. The hardest thing is staying focused on it with all of my desires constantly popping up in my head. It’s a constant struggle. I get past it, but it is a constant effort to focus on it, and the more I focus, the harder it gets! There is no break when it comes to this for me. Everyday is an effort. It’s work!

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