Answer: They should study in the same group since men and women have different groups of ten any way.
Question: What is the right prayer for my husband?
Answer: “Creator! I am asking you to help my husband be closer to me,” and that’s all!
Question: How should we avoid imposing our spiritual states, our egoistic assessments, and our personal views on to each other? How should I respond if my wife shares her feelings about the lessons with me?
Answer: You should treat her as your friend and not as your wife. When you engage in spiritual work, she is your friend and this is a small group for the two of you.
Question: Is the family at risk in the corporeal sense if a husband and a wife in the spiritual sense are both men?
Answer: No, they mutually impact each other each according to each one’s spiritual essence. What is more, their spiritual essence has nothing to do with corporeality. Therefore there is no nullification, but rather the opposite, they can express themselves better in the male or the female form, but it is important to support and keep the corporeal family life.
Question: How does the wisdom of Kabbalah explain unity and the struggle between opposites?
Answer: There is no struggle between opposites. There is only struggle for unity.
Question: Is the point in the heart a male or a female attribute?
Answer: The point in the heart is considered a male attribute. It isn’t a man in our world, but the attribute of bestowal, which can be typical of women just like men.
Question: Is there a difference between the words “friend” and “companion” according to the wisdom of Kabbalah?
Answer: No, friend, buddy, and companion are synonymous. What is important is the relationship, the connection, the yearning for a connection between you and the Creator.
Question: What is betrayal in the spiritual path?
Answer: A change of intention from bestowal and yearning for the Creator to the opposite direction.
Question: What are the criteria according to which a woman should choose a husband in order to build a family?
Answer: First, they have to be physically compatible to each other, and second, they have to have a desire to mutually concede to each other.
Question: What can you wish for our men?
Answer: Let’s learn to give in to our women, but I would also like to say the same thing to the women. Mutual consent is what builds the right connection between friends, in a family, and between our children and us. Let’s all learn this. Good luck and happiness to all of you!
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 6/26/16