Being on the side of the majority always “bribes” us. People feel powerful when they stay with the majority. It’s implanted in us by nature.
In this case, a person is “bribed” by a different approach: “I need this to disseminate Kabbalah, to correct the world, since the majority of people will listen to me and I will correct them. However, to begin with, I have to establish contact with them and somehow become similar to them.”
I support these things in my students because a teacher has to care about his disciples. Constantly they attempt to persuade me that this attitude is correct. I agree with them, but then I “back track” (trick them out of it) in order to teach them how to work correctly. The contact will happen by all means.
The majority has to “bow” to an individual. In spirituality, everything is delineated by individuality, not by the majority.
Question: In other words, you are not a fan of democracy?
Answer: There is no democracy whatsoever! The world is organized from “top to bottom,” from the leader to the masses. The masses have to follow the leader. The leader has to aspire to the Creator. The leader is the one who is under the Creator. We see where democracy leads us. I hope that people finally will understand that a rigid hierarchy of justice has to come into existence.
Laws that act in nature are called justice. It’s not something that we “invent” on our own, but rather something that we learn and receive from nature.
The entire hierarchy that was made by the Creator, the Upper Light, represents justice. If in our eyes it is not so, then it means that we have to alter our properties. When we manage to change ourselves, we’ll agree with this notion. When we agree, we’ll see that it’s true perfection.
From Kab TV’s “Mysteries of the Eternal Book,” 6/24/13