A Continuous Connection

Dr. Michael LaitmanI need to organize myself in my inner work so that I will react in a correct manner to any condition that manifests in me. In order to do this, I need to get in touch with its cause—it comes from the Creator—and consequence: I must return this condition to Him. And in the middle, I correctly organize reception and bestowal. I accept “There is none else beside Him” and “everything comes for my own benefit,” and in the end, I bless everything that happens with my desire.

Instead of the “bittersweet” analysis, I use the “true-false” analysis, I relate whatever is happening to truth, and return it to the Creator with gratitude. This is called that I have corrected myself through the circle.

How is that possible? I discover in the process that I do not understand whatever is happening, and this is why I need to ask the Creator for the Light of understanding. Then I need to process this condition properly, meaning that I ask for strength. I also need to have a connection with the Creator in order to develop a proper attitude towards the event. It turns out that even after having received something from Him, I must constantly be connected with Him in my work. How am I to properly process the data otherwise?

After all, all I have is the desire to become like the Creator, connect with Him, and where is the work? This is the work, what else can there be besides it?

Of course, the group is also a part of it. Without the group I do not know how to approach that which I have received from the Creator. After all, I must approach the state I have received from the Creator with my vessel, called the vessel of bestowal, in order to process the state with my mind and feeling.

The group gives me the importance of the Creator, otherwise how am I to regard Him?

I receive the proper attitude towards both the Creator and my action from the group. This is our work.
From the 3rd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 11/26/10, Talmud Eser Sefirot

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