We need to understand that the method of connection offered by Kabbalah does not obligate a person, but rather, and in a very real way, brings him benefit. It makes it possible to avoid blows and achieve a good life because there is nothing better than being in balance with nature.
Let us say, right now I am cold, and someone next to me is hot. Animals have almost no such sensations: they do not need to dress or undress in +100 degrees to -100 degrees temperature.
We need to bring ourselves into compliance with nature, but instead we rush in any other direction. This is the whole problem. A person needs to understand that it is best to exist within clear laws of human development because in this way we are always swimming with the most beneficial current.
Nature is one system and therefore relates to all people as to one person. And the less we are scattered between different goals and different opinions and the more we are aimed at one goal, at one opinion, in one direction, the closer we come to nature, to its current, and to this extent we will begin to receive all the benefits from it.
Right now we cannot even imagine what laws and opportunities we will uncover. A person will not need to exert any effort in the material world. Already we are discovering that with the help of simple methods, it is possible to acquire many times more energy than what we are able to now, greatly expand stores.
Hidden in nature are such possibilities and nothing is required of us. It is like we do a “reverse,” returning back to nature, and in the process find ourselves in the most positive and beneficial state.
Everything that has occupied us up to this point is the need to protect ourselves from all possible blows and threats and to provide ourselves with what is necessary. But when we achieve balance with nature, we will no longer need such protection from it. Nature will become friendly toward us, rather than being as hostile as it is today.
From the 2nd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 2/3/16, Lesson on the Topic: “Mismah Arosa (Arosa Document),” “What Is to Be Done?”