Answer: A red string has nothing to do with Judaism or religion, and certainly not with the wisdom of Kabbalah. I don’t know where this idea comes from. I think it is an invention of the famous Berg Institute that engages in the desecration of the wisdom of Kabbalah and in selling anything they can: “holy water,” red strings, and other “Kabbalistic” accessories.
Question: Are there people who cannot be corrected?
Answer: Basically yes. These are people who cannot fully perceive reality. There are people who are born detached from reality and who relate to it differently than we do, and so the wisdom of Kabbalah isn’t for them.
Question: How does the wisdom of Kabbalah relate to female intuition? Is it real?
Answer: The wisdom of Kabbalah welcomes women who have strong intuition and those who don’t, but it has nothing to do with the wisdom of Kabbalah.
Question: Were Spinoza, Leibnitz, and Newton Kabbalists?
Question: How does the wisdom of Kabbalah relate to a man’s unfaithfulness?
Answer: As the usual manifestations of animal behavior.
Question: How does the wisdom of Kabbalah regard artificial intelligence? What is its function?
Answer: This is a mechanical, computational intelligence that by calculations can resemble human feelings to some degree. On the other hand, any machine cannot recreate the Kabbalistic attribute of perceiving the upper world because it is based on the attribute of bestowal.
Question: In what way is a Kabbalist different from a prophet?
Answer: A prophet is a person who is directly connected to the upper force. It is a special attribute of the soul. You can become a prophet, but in order to do so you have to attain a special level on which you begin to feel the connection with the Creator on the level of a prophet.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 1/24/16