When we compare the wisdom of Kabblah with natural science, we discover a number of similarities and differences. According to Kabbalah, “a judge has only what his eyes can see.” Since this is purely a scientific approach, a person has to approach corporeal sciences and spiritual science in the exact same manner, which means according to the wisdom of Kabbalah.
Everything ordinary science uses is also typical of the wisdom of Kabbalah: attainment, repeatability of statistical data, graphs, etc. The wisdom of Kabbalah isn’t blind faith but attainment. According to the wisdom of Kabbalah, faith is the feeling of the upper world, which means the feeling of the force that fills the world and manages it wisely. This is also the difference between the wisdom of Kabbalah and other sciences that perceive only the outcome of the upper force at the level of our spiritually still world.
The wisdom of Kabbalah explores the actual governing force that ordinary people in our world don’t feel or perceive. In order to do so, they have to acquire corresponding attributes that are similar to this force. According to the physical law of equivalence of form, a person can feel only what matches his senses. Only then can he explore the single, upper force of nature.
Kabbalists record and process of their studies as data, drawings, graphs, and so on. They also claim that the Hebrew alphabet is made of special symbols that signal the different connections and ties of the two forces of nature, the positive and the negative.
In fact, the Hebrew and the Aramaic language mutually complement each other, and they appear as a result of studying the two attributes of nature, bestowal and receiption, that are at the basis of all the actions and phenomena in our world, the positive and the negative, etc.
Since the wisdom of Kabbalah relies mainly on the attainment of the basic force of nature, it is more accurate, more broad, and much more profound than all the other sciences; it is the universal wisdom.
This is also expressed by ancient philosophers and philosophers of the Middle Ages, scientists, and Kabbalists. Moreover, according to recently published Newton’s diaries, he studied Hebrew and Kabbalah and from it learned the laws he wrote about.
The uniqueness of the wisdom of Kabbalah lies in the fact that it requires a person to create additional new senses unlike corporeal sciences, which study the nature using our pre-defined senses. Kabbalah is a science for any person who development an additional sense within himself or herself.
There is the force of bestowal in nature, the force of the mutual connection, that we cannot perceive because we don’t have the inner sensor, the receiver that perceives it. We cannot feel the force of bestowal or measure it, so we don’t know anything about our existence. We know only a small part of the creation and it is rather one-sided.
The wisdom of Kabbalah is a science that tells us not only about our world, in which there is one force of receiving, but about all of creation that is made of two forces: the force of bestowal and the force of receiving. Scientists don’t understand this at the moment, and only perceive very little of this. The problem isn’t the human mind that is meant to serve the small egoistic force, but the need to feel the whole volume of creation, which manifested within us.
It is actually this need that pushes a person forward. A person understands that he has to attain the meaning of life, its reason, root and purpose. Without them there is no meaning to life.
Scientists speak about the attainment of the human state while the wisdom of Kabbalah tells us about its root: what manages a person, why, for what, and toward what. At the same time, Kabbalah explains what we are have to change inside us since we can investigate the upper force only to the extent that we are similar to it.
And most importantly is why does a person study it? This is also the major stumbling block. A Kabbalists studies in order to care of others, to help others for the good of others, which ordinary science, in principle, doesn’t do.
Ordinary science investigates what exists and it’s not interested in how to apply this. Kabbalah offers its services to politicians and to the rich who then twist scientific achievements the way they want. A Kabbalist, on the other hand, studies and changes the world within him, and politicians or the rich have no use of it.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 2/28/16