Question: What is the difference between the infinite pleasure that is offered through the wisdom of Kabbalah and the acquisition of eternal happiness as promised by most of the religions that exist in the world?
Answer: All of the religions that exist mislead people to one degree or another.
According to the wisdom of Kabbalah, a person must achieve his true state while living in this world, and precisely because of this, he is here.
Baal HaSulam writes about this and asks: What is the connection between working within this temporary and small world, and the infinite pleasure that is to be attained after the death of my body?
How can it be that I carry out conditions that are dictated to me by religion for which I gain the next world full of enormous, eternal, and wonderful pleasures and paradise? In what way does a person pay for his next existence? Why is everything arranged like this, and where is the logic?
All of the Kabbalistic sources say that pleasure is to be felt by a person in this world in the present situation, here and now, when he discovers the Creator and approaches Him. The greatest pleasure prepared for us by the Creator is through this. That is why we were created.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 8/28/16