Answer: Not necessarily. We shouldn’t wait for it. But if it appears, it means that we can rise above it. But, in general, we can be in such a good field that it will not appear.
Question: Once, I came to the workshop downhearted and left it full of happiness. Now, I am always looking for this sadness before the workshop. Is it correct?
Answer: No! Why should I look for something, especially something bad? You shouldn’t! I rise from good to better.
Question: Is it desirable that there is no walking around during the workshop?
Answer: No! Only if a person has problems with the functions of the body, then there is nothing you can do; it’s above nature. There are no other excuses!
Naturally, all the phones must be turned off; everything is absolutely quiet: Now, we are working on the ascent to the spiritual world, to the next degree. It is possible that this will happen during one of the workshops, or between them; it doesn’t matter, but in general this action is the ascent to a spiritual degree.
Question: How should you respond if the group suggests that you should leave the workshop because they think that you are disturbing them?
Answer: If the group thinks so, a person must obey. Later, he may require an explanation, but at the moment he has to leave the room, and most importantly quickly, without arguments, to let others continue to unite.
Question: Sometimes pauses occur during the workshops.
Answer: They arise because you don’t want to empathize! You don’t include what the friend says into yourself. Then you would just get a complete picture.
The same is true in the classroom, unless it’s a lesson that is perceived solely by the mind.
Question: Does one need just to hold this center of the group within himself?
Answer: You do not need to hold this center. If you are always trying to be included in the others, you inevitably find yourself at the center.
From the Virtual Lesson 5/20/12, “Fundamentals of Kabbalah”