Torah, Deuteronomy 29:18 – 29:21: And it will be, when he [such a person] hears the words of this oath, that he will bless himself in his heart, saying, “I will have peace, even if I follow my heart’s desires,” in order to add the [punishment for the] unintentional sins [of this man] to that of [his] intentional sins.
The Lord will not be willing to forgive him; rather, then, the Lord’s fury and His zeal will fume against that man, and the entire curse written in this book will rest upon him, and the Lord will obliterate his name from beneath the heavens.
And the Lord will separate him for evil, out of all the tribes of Israel, according to all the curses of the covenant, written in this Torah scroll.
The point is that the verification must be very strict. It is based on completely new assessments of analysis, identification, and separation of certain properties from others, their correction, etc. And only after this does the correct use of the desire for receiving for the sake of bestowal take place.
After all, a period begins when you receive the upper revelation in your egoism to transmit it to others. You are the transmission link for all the other souls or all the other parts of one collective soul. Therefore, if you pass that poison that you may not notice inside yourself on to others, then it becomes your problem multiplied many times over. You are responsible for this.
It is written: “And it will be, when he [such a person] hears the words of this oath, that he will bless himself in his heart, saying, ‘I will have peace, even if I follow my heart’s desires.’” That is, you depend on others. When you start working in the land of Israel, you are connected to others and they depend on you because for them you are in some way a representative of the Creator.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 1/9/17