The Torah, “Leviticus” 26:3 – 26:4: If you follow My statutes and observe My commandments and perform them, I will give your rains in their time, the Land will yield its produce, and the tree of the field will give forth its fruit.
The Creator’s commandments are the laws of nature—both the laws of nature of our world that we partly see, understand, and know about, and the laws of the upper nature that is concealed from us—which are based on the attributes of love and bestowal, mutual cooperation, and understanding.
Your threshing will last until the vintage, and the vintage will last until the sowing; you will eat your food to satiety, and you will live in security in your land. (Leviticus 26:5).
This means that everything will return to its normal state, not only in our corporeal life when a person has everything that he needs, but also in the spiritual life. If we begin to keep the laws of the Torah, we will receive a reward on the level that we fulfill them, either on the spiritual or the corporeal level, or on both levels together.
The system is built so that if we are normally incorporated in it and fulfill our role, taking our niche in nature, all of nature operates harmoniously, thus filling each of us with harmony.
Question: What is the meaning of, “you will eat your food to satiety, and you will live in security in your land?
Answer: It refers to the two levels. One level is our human level that we feel in order to bring and adapt us to the second level, to the spiritual level. Bread is the embodiment of the attribute of Hassadim (bestowal, Bina). “You will eat your food to satiety,” means connecting to Bina and fully attaining this attribute. The word, land, stems from the word, desire (Ratzon). “And you will live in security in your land,” means that we must fulfill all the conditions in our desire, and then all the desires will be filled.
The Torah describes the structure of the system that operates and influences us, which is called the system of the spiritual worlds: Adam Kadmon, Atzilut, Beria, Yetzira, and Assiya. We advance in these Sefira, and our mutual cooperation with it is only possible when we are connected mutually in a right, harmonious manner, complementing one another and creating one whole sphere of all of humanity inside it.
If we keep this condition, we find ourselves in total harmony with the external Sefira as a result of our common desires (desire meaning land), and everything that is good fills us. We feel this system in a perfectly precise manner, and it feels us in the same manner, and thus we work together.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 11/12/14