Answer: The daily Kabbalah lesson will be held beyond the Machsom. Now, too, I give you energy and the knowledge of everything that happens beyond the Machsom.
Talmud Eser Sefirot and the other sources are written on the spiritual level, but at the moment you perceive them on the level of the corporeal world. Beyond the Machsom you will already feel it on a different level.
Suppose I examine a painting together with the artist and he says: “You can add a bit of yellow here or red here and here a bit more blue.” He relates to the painting in a strictly technical manner, while I am impressed by the colors of the picture and how it influences me. Usually a painter sketches an outline of a picture by using a pencil before he begins to paint it. And I don’t see that.
The Creator also makes a pencil sketch before he paints the whole colorful picture before us. Gradually, you begin to see the inner connections, the inner forces in this general picture. You begin to feel how he adds certain new colors to the painting, something illuminates, and something is removed and creates new contrasts. All this sparkles before you in your senses. You will determine the level of interaction by the Aviut (the depth of the desire) through the Masach (screen), through the forces that depict this world to us. It will be clear to you that everything stems from one force only, from one intention: to make you as perfect as He is, as your source.
Question: What did you feel just before you transcended the Machsom?
Answer: The same states that one feels before the exodus from Egypt: terrible pressure on all sides, a full yearning forward, fear of the unknown, of what there is before me, and at the same time, the fear of not reaching the spiritual attainment. All this happens not when you yearn forward artificially, but when you really act, yearning for the center of the group and at the same time pushing yourself from behind by disseminating the integral method, just like you spur on a horse by using a whip in order to push ahead, and then you break through.
From the Talk about Group and Dissemination 10/22/13