Answer: Of course it is. Read it translated in the language you understand.
Question: You say that if we do anything at the expense of others, we draw further away from the upper world. But we live only at the expense of others: we eat, dress, and so on. What do you mean when you say at the expense of others?
Answer: At the expense of others means that I steal another person’s efforts, what he deserves and not me.
Question: I think that a person attains the Creator after much suffering and pain. Is that really so?
Answer: Not necessarily, a person must feel pain, but it must be pangs of love, like a person in love yearning for his loved one. This means that he experiences pain, but it is sweet.
Question: Is the wisdom of Kabbalah similar to Buddhism?
Answer: No, according to Buddhism, you are supposed to destroy egoism. But in Kabbalah you are told, “Don’t give up anything; yearn for spirituality and, to the extent you yearn for it, the desires for this world will begin to diminish by themselves.”
Question: I have strange dreams. The feeling of reality is blue and white. I come out of my skin and feel free. What does it mean?
Answer: I think that it is a problem and that you should consult your doctor.
Question: Nature speaks to me in a language that I understand perfectly, so how can I discern the thin border between a psychological illness and a healthy perception of reality?
Answer: I can say only one thing: a person who studies in a group with friends according to the right sources and guided by a teacher will not have such difficulties, neither of white and blue dreams nor problems with his psychological perception.
Question: Must a person live with a partner as a couple? Sometimes two people meet, then their kids grow up and one of them dies. Must the other look for a new partner or carry on by himself?
Answer: It is up to you and to what your heart feels.
Question: How can you discover and feel the upper forces in our five senses?
Answer: It is only with friends. When you begin to build the network of forces, you will discover the upper world in it.
Question: Why do I sometimes begin to shed tears during the lesson?
Answer: It happens because the upper force begins to operate in you, but your desire cannot perceive it since its volume is bigger than your desire. But it is a very good thing.
Question: Is all of humanity on the same level?
Answer: All people are on different levels and will never reach the same level of the wisdom of Kabbalah. Those who have stronger egoistic desires are more attracted to it because they want to find an answer to the question about the meaning of life. Those who have smaller desires are more passive in this life.
Question: Why does the Creator need the creation to resemble Him?
Answer: It is in order to reach a state of absolute pleasure.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 10/11/15