Answer: That’s the reason I do it.
Question: What does your attitude to your students depend on? Why do some students get special attention?
Answer: There is no such thing! There really isn’t. There are students who draw attention by wanting to ask questions every day and sometimes several times during the lesson. I limit them because I want questions from as wide a range as possible.
Question: How can we understand that the teacher is actually the one you need? After all, there are different teachers and each of them conveys the material differently.
Question: As a student, I follow the teacher and I sometimes am short of time. Can the group or the teacher plan the day correctly or should I ask the Creator?
Answer: In this sense it is much simpler for a woman. You can record or download the lesson and listen to it everywhere, and at the same time advance.
Question: Are boredom and invasiveness characteristics that depend on the perception of the listener?
Answer: If boredom and invasiveness do not take on sick forms, we can call them persistence and perseverance, and so these are perfectly normal attributes.
Question: Who was Adam HaRishon’s (First Man) teacher? Who guided him?
Answer: No one, he was the first to whom the upper leadership was revealed. There were other Kabbalists who came after him who also discovered the upper world without a teacher. But they had a special inclination. They made great efforts and received their attainment through books, not through a certain person.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 8/7/16