How To Change The Evil Ruler To Good

laitman_206In today’s world (i.e., in what seems in our sensations as an external reality), our egoism—the qualities opposite to the Creator—rules. To the extent we correct our desire in the direction of bestowal, we will see and agree that the world is ruled not by egoism, not by Pharaoh, but by the Creator.

Everything depends only on us: we change the evil ruler into good. All our work is to reveal the governance of bestowal and love instead of the governance of egoism. This depends on the person because the entire world is a reflection of one’s desires, as it is written, “Everyone judges according to his own flaws.”

A person’s task is to correct his desire so that it does not prevent the Creator from filling it in the same way He fills all the rest of reality. For this, I should not feel myself as separate from the Creator. It is a matter of our perception of reality, which we must correct in order to feel that “The whole earth (desire) is full of His glory,” meaning that the Creator reveals Himself in all of a person’s desires.

Our uncorrected desires that are opposite in form to the Creator are revealed within us, and we need to try to replace them with the principle “There is none else besides Him.”

A person is not capable of doing this alone. He can only imagine it. If he wants to really achieve correction, then his desire should become similar to the Creator, to the qualities of bestowal and love. Therefore, we need to work together with others so that the Creator will rule in the common desire.

This is how, over and over again, we correct more and more of the uncorrected desire that is revealed from the shattering. Through connection with friends, we achieve connection with the Creator and thus correct reality until we see that all of it is filled with only one force and “The whole earth is full of His glory.”
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From the 2nd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 1/8/18, “Life in Reality: There Is None Else Besides Him”

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New Life #925 – Inner Solitude

New Life #925 – Inner Solitude
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Yael Leshed-Harel

Summary

Spiritual development requires introspection. While solitude can mean being alone with oneself to reflect, it can also refer to the idea of exiting oneself and thinking of someone else. In order to develop spiritually, we need to annul ourselves and connect with others. In this way, we become similar to the Creator.
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From KabTV’s “New Life #925 – Inner Solitude,” 11/28/17

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Daily Kabbalah Lesson – 1/30/18

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My Thoughts On Twitter, 1/28/18

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#Kabbalist_advice
-What are we responsible for?
-For our future/future of the whole system. It’s given for us to bring to equilibrium, total unity–here lies the entrance to spiritual dimension. Light/Creator is a force that helps us, but only to the extent we demand it.

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Transmission Of Spiritual Information

laitman_243_01Question: Is it correct to say that the Creator teaches a student through the teacher?

Answer: Of course. It happened this way starting with the first Kabbalist Adam through the series of Kabbalists described in the Torah: Noah and all his sons, who really are not his sons, but his disciples, up to Abraham.

And further, from Abraham through other Kabbalists: Isaac, Jacob, etc., who are called his children and grandchildren. But, in Kabbalah, family relationships mean souls related through the transmission of spiritual information.

When it is written in the Torah that someone has given birth to someone, it refers to spiritual objects (Partzufim) that give birth to each other, multiply, and develop.

Question: So, Issac is not Abraham’s son, but his disciple?

Answer: Of course. He could have had 20 wives and 100 children, but so what? It is the disciples who are described in the Torah.

Question: When it says “Abraham’s family,” what does the term “family” mean?

Answer: It is a spiritual state: Abraham’s desire, called Sarah, from which the soul called Isaac , the left line, was born.
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From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 10/1/17

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New Life #924 – The Power Of The Desert

New Life #924 – The Power of the Desert
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Yael Leshed-Harel

Summary

Everything on earth is a copy of the person’s internality. The internal desert is experienced when our ego cannot be corrected immediately and we must find a way to accept it as it is before we are able to move forward. It is hot and dry in this state. It is said that our forefathers always began their quest for the meaning of life in the Sinai desert, searched for sources of water by, for example, digging wells, and eventually entered the land of Israel.
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From KabTV’s “New Life #924 – The Power of the Desert,” 11/28/17

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-If we don’t clearly sense the Creator, does the ego control us?
-The Creator controls us thru the #ego #MotivationalQuotes #qoutes

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– Who controls whom, and how?
– The Creator controls man, and #man controls the Creator.

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-Don’t you think the #ego cannot be defeated at this stage of human development?
– The ego needn’t be defeated, but partnered with. As the saying goes, if you can’t beat them, join them. #Wisdom #life

Mike #Pence declared a messianic worldview the foundation for international relations, law & the planet’s future. Isaiah the prophet says “And the nations shall raise the sons of Israel on their shoulders and elevate them to the Creator’s mountain and all shall know the Creator”

Davos is a vanity fair! The ego, which is our nature, compels us to extract profit everywhere and from everything, up to demise of mankind. When Davos meets next years, the masses will fall even lower in quality of life, but there’ll be more billionaires! #WEF18 #Davos @business

DOE: In the last 20 years, popularity of virtual schools in the US grew 10x. #Generation_Z write and read a lot, speak little, like quiet & information. Firm virt. control over students. Free education. Good test scores. Enough time for sports. Can live in cheap area.#Education

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