Torah, Deuteronomy 22:13 – 22:14: If a man takes a wife, is intimate with her and despises her, and he makes libelous charges against her and gives her a bad name, saying, “I took this woman, and when I came to her, I did not find any evidence of virginity for her.”
Among those who study Kabbalah, there are people who say, “Why did we come here? We have been studying for several years and where are the results?”
The desire with which a person came is the “woman” with whom he began to work. However, he leaves everything because he doesn’t see the results. Instead of connecting with his dream and moving on, he begins to hate her and runs away.
This means to “make libelous charges” that this method doesn’t work and to “give her a bad name.”
“I took this woman, and when I came to her, I did not find any evidence of virginity for her” means, that she isn’t mine. I can’t use her in order to create my future world, so-called offspring, together with her. This desire doesn’t relate to me and I can’t control it.
Torah, Deuteronomy 22:15: Then the girl’s father and her mother shall obtain evidence of the girl’s virginity, and take it out to the elders of the city, to the gate.
This is a revelation at the upper level, on the quality of Abba ve Ima. It refers to those people who begin to face clarifications and analysis on the spiritual path. They don’t run away from emerging problems, but such complexities do exist for them.
A “virgin girl” is a person’s personal egoistic desire, not one he received from someone. This is what we need to prove.
To “obtain evidence of the girl’s virginity, and take it out to the elders of the city, to the gate” means to raise the desire from Abba ve Ima to the next level.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 10/5/16