A Universal Transformation

Dr. Michael LaitmanWe are going to the convention in the Arava because we urgently need the forces of unity and cohesion. They will give us the power and the understanding to bring correction to the world. There is no greater force in the world than our unity. All other means are material, whereas we have the spiritual force, allowing us to change the common system and transform the universe.

Our universe submits to a limited number of constants, such as the speed of light. It’s enough for a tiny shift to occur in these fundamental dimensions, and then all of nature will become different. When constant values change, our world won’t be able to exist in its previous form.

Thus, we can slightly adjust the correlation of these constants with the help of the spiritual force. And then the world gradually “flows” and changes form. No one is aware of it, but suddenly everyone becomes smarter and more perceptive, everyone’s eyes open, people understand and feel more, and every person rises in his consciousness, coming intro greater contact with the idea of unity and realizing the need for change.

We are turning on the Light that reforms for people, and it develops them. However, it does not develop them in earthly wisdom, but in the upper wisdom, the wisdom of unification. That is the path we must open up to humanity with our unity.
From the 4th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 2/16/12, “Introduction to the Study of Ten Sefirot”

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One Comment

  1. Dear Rav,
    I am a student in the intermediate class and have a question on how do achieve unity with the group. Do we create unity when each one of us aims at correcting his/ her actions/ intents so that these actions reflect the qualities of the creator? By aiming to correct oneself does each member in the group contribute a unique assembly of qualities to the group? When we sum up all of these ” quality fragments” represented in the group does this create unity in the group by assembling a system whose overall qualities reflects the qualities of the creator? Hence do we unite by correcting ourselves for the purpose of contributing our qualities to the group in order to please the creator? Is this the goal we should be striving for in preparations for conventions?

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