The Torah, “Numbers,” 16:20 – 16:22: The Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron saying, “Dissociate yourselves from this congregation, and I will consume them in an instant.” They fell on their faces and said, “O God, the God of the spirits of all flesh, if one man sins, shall You be angry with the whole congregation?”
When opposing attributes like Moses and Korach rebel in a person, then there is not just a desire to cancel them for a while because then they will still need to be corrected, but the desire to find out how they can be corrected today.
As they appear opposite, unfit for use with the intention for the sake of bestowal and love, the question arises: Is it really possible to do something with them, without having to kill them?
Moses is the attribute in a person that regrets that now so many egoistic desires, which could soon be corrected, will die, but they are thrown back, and he remains with his pure attribute, the attribute of Bina (Intelligence). But what is the need for it if it’s not connected with Malchut (Kingdom), which needs correction?
On the one hand, it’s good that we reveal the contradictions between these attributes and the inability to use them at present. However, on the other hand, they are thrown very strongly to the back! Is it possible to correct them somehow?
The attribute of Moses within us wants to actualize the correction as fast as possible. And we really can do it! If we connect now in a special request and call to the Creator, then this MAN (Mayin Nukvin, female waters), will raise the Reshimot (reminiscences), and there will be a possibility that we may correct ourselves in some way. In principle, the prayer, meaning the right desire, corrects everything.
But on the other hand, even if it doesn’t work out, the search itself, the attempt to persuade the Creator to correct these attributes, constitutes an effective act through which much can be corrected.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 5/20/15