Basic Exercises Of Nature

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: In every system there are deviations that are considered the norm; therefore, it’s doubtful that everything can be ideal in an integral system.

Answer: When we begin to be involved in balancing the system through an integral society, we discover that nature enters into an internal dynamic balance with us. It gives us the exercises required for our development, not to harm, but to benefit us. It’s like parents who give a child all kinds of games that present him with a particular goal: assembling a puzzle, Lego set, and the like.

It becomes clear to us that nature is intentionally playing with us in order to develop us. Therefore from the threatening conditions we begin to see its subtle relationship and kind face towards us.

Question: Which problems and exercises can nature present to us?

Answer: These can be of all kinds. Everything that happens today are also exercises. They seem to us to be too harsh because we are not ready for them; we are so behind in our integral development that we cannot resolve the simplest exercises. We are like students that were left in a class and missed all the materials covered; we look at the records that nature presents to us in the form of pictures and don’t understand anything. A person within the group understands everything because he looks at the world integrally and correctly through the center of the group. For him this is a game.

And this game already has a nature which is friendly and good and not dangerous! In that which seemed threatening and lethal to us in the past, we now discover the love and tremendous concern of nature for our development.
From Kab TV’s “An Integral World” 10/26/13

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  1. I now see nature from a proper perspective .infact I sense a connection with all ..thus feeling as if I just woke up from a very deep sleep. thank you kabbalah

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