Does A Kabbalist See The World As A More Corrected Place?

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: Does a Kabbalist see the world in the same way as an ordinary person does, or as a more corrected place?

Answer: On one hand, a Kabbalist sees the world as a more corrected place to the extent that he discovers that the Creator is already dressed in the world, and then he has no claims or complaints. But he also notices places in which the world needs the action of the Creator where the Creator cannot be dressed there since there is no deficiency.

Still, I must say that even a big or a small Kabbalist and even one who has not entered the spiritual world yet and has not revealed the Creator depends on what he is shown. Here a great man doesn’t differ from a small one; the upper force, the force of concealment or revelation, fully dominates everyone.

A great Kabbalist may be given such a concealment that he will fall. Anything can be done with him from Above. The more a person advances, the more he realizes that there is nothing inside him that he can manage by himself and that he can control.

The Creator first gradually reveals his domination of a person this way, so that a person will finally recognize the Creator by feeling that He dresses in him. “Dresses in him” means that He fully controls him.
From the 3rd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 4/18/14, The Zohar 

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