Torah, Deuteronomy 9:25 – 9:27: So I fell down before the Lord the forty days and the forty nights that I had fallen down; because the Lord had said to destroy you. And I prayed to the Lord and said, “O Lord God, do not destroy Your people and Your inheritance, which You have redeemed in Your greatness, and which You have brought out of Egypt with mighty hand. Remember your servants, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; do not turn to the stubbornness of this people, to their wickedness, or to their sin.
Moses protects his people all the time, because he is a quality of Bina. He is the only one who has connection with the Creator. This is a quality that exists deep within us, and today we are trying to create it in the connection between the friends in the group. This quality will save us.
Question: At what moment do I fall down before the Creator?
Answer: When I agree with the fact that everything that is done, is done by Him for the better and I am ready to lower myself before all the actions that He thinks to carry out through me. I agree with absolutely everything. This is considered a very high degree.
If I don’t do it, I won’t be able to correct any of my 613 desires, i.e., I won’t be able to perform 613 commandments (Mitzvot). This is what is called “destroy my people.”
Question: And what does the exclamation “Remember your servants, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob” mean?
Answer: The forefathers aren’t the slaves of Pharaoh, but the servants of the Creator. They laid the foundation of the three lines in our soul. Thus, thanks to their preparation within us, we can move on. They are constantly holding the connection between the people and the Creator.
Question: In other words, it is a request? It gives us an opportunity to walk along the middle line because we constantly deviate to the left.
Answer: This is the way it should be. A person should rejoice when something strong and serious falls on him. It means that now he rose to such a state where he can accept an additional burden and, of course, additional connection with the Creator.
Question: Usually such states come when we don’t expect them. However, can we ourselves cause them, feel ourselves reaching a dead end, and start working with them?
Answer: I personally don’t see states that a person can cause himself or even more than that, not to cause, but to provoke.
The Creator has His plan, His terms, and He works with them very precisely because everything consists of ten Sefirot, five Partzufim, 125 degrees, 613 desires on each degree and so on. It means that everything is calibrated and installed from the top down. And from the bottom up, we can only rise according to the same laws.
From KabTV’s, “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 5/11/16