Answer: Consciousness is always collective, but the level of awareness of the world’s people depends on how deeply one is included in the general consciousness. All of us are combined in it in a holographic form.
In other words, on one hand, each of us is always a part of the general consciousness. On the other hand, our perception depends on the degree of our participation in it .And it turns out that even though my picture on the one hand, is holographic (the so-called “ten Sefirot”), but on the other hand, the ten Sefirot manifest themselves on an individual scale.
When it comes to the perception of the higher level, even though one is already connected with the universe, one’s personal, individual level still depends on one’s discrete participation in the general hologram.
The general picture exists from the very beginning. One penetrates inside its vibrations, and to the degree of one’s connection with the other souls that also perceive the same picture, we find ourselves in the bigger and more genuine world.
However, it can be felt only inside us. We never go beyond the limits of the ten Sefirot.
Comment: There is nothing except the Creator and me?
Answer: There is no Creator. He is in me. As a result, there is nothing but me.
From KabTV’s “Kabbalah and Science” 10/7/15