A Woman Who Engages In The Wisdom Of Kabbalah

laitman_627_1Question: Will the Light operate on the husband of a woman who studies the wisdom of Kabbalah regularly, who tells her husband about everything she reads, and shares her Kabbalistic experiences with him? And, will he eventually become a Kabbalist? If a husband accepts the fact that she studies Kabbalah, but he is busy working and providing for the family, will her studying affect his material success?

Answer: There is no difference between a man and a woman in spiritual work, and everything depends only on a person’s spiritual actions.

The man can provide for the family, and she can engage in the spiritual part.

As for the second part of the question, I can say that her studies will not interfere with her husband’s material success if she doesn’t disturb him. She mustn’t upset him by trying to teach him the basics of the wisdom of Kabbalah with every move he makes.

She must let him live his life quietly.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 6/26/16

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  1. It’s obviously for us that a ten is a partzuf ,but why don’t speak about the union between man a women. It’s a central point in Kabbalah.
    Indeed, the entire Seder Hishtalshelut–the kabbalistic blueprint of the spiritual infrastructure of creation–is modeled on a male-female dynamic: masculine “lights” (orot) unite with feminine “vessels” (keilim), masculine “wisdom” (chochmah) unites with feminine “understanding” (binah), male “holiness” (kedushah) unites with female “immanence” (shechinah), and so on. On each level, masculine and feminine energies unite to “give birth” to the next spiritual degree.

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