Question: What should my intention be when I read Kabbalistic sources?
Answer: I should have only one intention: to discover the uniqueness of the upper force that manages not only my perception of the world, but the entire world. Everything stems only from that force, and I must reveal it and connect to it so that all of the sights that it invokes in me will serve as phases in its direct revelation.
Question: What forms of art help us discover the soul?
Answer: Kabbalists don’t use any forms of art to express their feelings, other than music and poetry.
Question: If a student of a Kabbalist writes a book, is he closer or more distant than we are?
Answer: If we are speaking about a true student of a real Kabbalist, he can even write a book that is closer to you, a book that can serve as a bridge for you to more serious sources. However, it is always a good idea to read the writings of Baal HaSulam and Rabash. I also consider my books as a bridge to the sources.
Question: Will there be another commentary to The Book of Zohar?
Answer: I don’t think that any other commentaries should be written, considering all of the materials that have already been prepared.
Question: Is it true that the Hebrew language has a special power and that wonderful energy stems from it?
Answer: I see millions of people who speak Hebrew, but I don’t see any special, wonderful power in them. No miracles happen in our world, and if something seems to be a miracle, it is because we haven’t revealed its cause and source.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 2/7/16