Question: How should we prepare for the Arava convention in the days we have left?
Answer: First, the desire is not corporeal so you don’t need a cable to connect to with the friends in order to exchange impressions or to build a network of pipes through which our desires could flow from one to another. The mutual connection already exists in reality, and although the men don’t feel it yet, they are all filled with the female desire and feel the results of the female convention that took place yesterday.
Desires know no barriers, and so all our successes are passed on to a collective vessel without any delay. After all, we are all one desire, one soul. If we unite, if we attain a certain equality, then it spreads not only among us but everywhere. It isn’t by chance that Rabash kept abreast of the news. We will see how the spiritual events are reflected in our world; by our aspiration upward, we activate spirituality and from there activate corporeality, and as a result new conditions are formed in this world.
Today, before the Arava convention, we have to feel as if we are approaching Mt. Sinai. During these three days a person cleans himself and should cut himself off, as much as possible, from all the daily interruptions. Then, of course, new interruptions will come his way, but they will already be according to the connection for which he prepares himself.
Here we must limit ourselves and draw a line, a real cut between the worries of this world and the worries about the convention. We have to be clean of all the corporeal accounts with the world, which can be very simple if we go there and turn off our cell phones. But it can be more complicated with the group. Eventually you should be left with only the spiritual accounts with the friends, and we already start preparing for that, or more accurately, it is not the preparation but already the fulfillment.
From the 4th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 1/14/13, Writings of Rabash