Answer: If it is true love and bestowal towards others, it means that he is a Kabbalist. The problem is if we are mistaken and only seemingly love and bestow unto one another. There is no love in our world.
Comment: Many people believe that they are good and loving.
The attribute of love and bestowal is built above the ego, above our nature. Then we can actually feel what is external to us, which is only one force called the Creator. The revelation of His love and bestowal unto us is called the upper world. A Kabbalist is someone who fulfills the principle of “love thy friend as thyself,” which allows him to feel the upper world.
Question: What is the upper world?
Answer: The upper world is the sum of forces, influences, and actions of the upper force upon us. A Kabbalist sees forces that other people cannot see. He begins to cooperate with the upper force, with all the individual components of this one force that stems from the Creator. Thus we begin to respond to His call, to act in response to it, and become the Creator’s partners.
A Kabbalist cooperates with the upper force and thus changes reality. By constantly changing himself, he can make the world and people’s lives better.
Question: Can a Kabbalist use his superpowers to cause people harm?
Answer: This is impossible; after all, to begin with, it is the force of love and bestowal that he acquires.
Comment: But we often hear on the news that a person who engaged in the Torah was also involved in prohibited acts.
Answer: A Kabbalist cannot cause anyone harm. The wisdom of Kabbalah changes a person’s nature into an altruistic one. First and foremost he restricts his ego.
The Torah contains the Light that Reforms that can turn our egoistic inclination into the good inclination. A Kabbalist uses the Upper Light and corrects his nature from evil to good. This is the first sign. If a person causes others harm, he is not a Kabbalist.
From the Israeli Radio Program 103FM, 8/16/15