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My Thoughts On Twitter 7/25/18

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When our actions engage the light, we feel changes. By studying and disseminating the wisdom of Kabbalah and working in the group, we notice that we grow worse, see evil in ourselves and around, have ups and downs with respect to the properties of bestowal, connection, love, the Creator.

Ordinary #egoism is not an evil inclination, but our nature, in which we are born and grow. If a person does not engage in Kabbalah, he has neither a good, nor bad effect on his nature. After all, a change in one’s nature occurs only with the help of the light that created it.

Baal HaSulam, “The Peace”: Each state lasts until the evil in it ripens to the extent that it becomes unbearable, at which point it will have to be destroyed, and a better one built in its place. Thus the states alternate, until they become evil-free.

Baal HaSulam, “The Peace”: Each state has a strictly defined length of time, required for the growth of the degree of evil contained in this state, to such an extent that society can no longer bear it.

#BaalHaSulam Evaluation of good and evil depends on the goal of creation: every state nearing the goal is positive and distancing from the goal—negative. The law of development says that a defect and sin included in a certain state cause the appearance and construction of a good state.

Baal HaSulam, “The Peace”: The law of development embossed in mankind by the Creator pushes us forth. Incorrect behaviors themselves engender and create positive states. In fact, each good state is nothing but the fruit of the labor of a previous negative state.

Baal HaSulam: The Creator made the world for people so that with His help they reach the exalted goal of merging with Him. All that the Creator predetermined in the creation and gave to people was not given as a gift. The Creator secured our reaching His goal with a guarantee.

#BaalHaSulam, “The Peace”: Circulation of souls. Although it seems that everything that exists disappears, there are circulations; and no particle is at rest, for it is in constant motion in the circulation of the change of form, all the while losing none of its essence along the way.

#BaalHaSulam—Souls don’t disappear, but change the desire-bodies until final correction. There are no new fulfilled souls that get renewed like body-desires. A certain number of desire-souls undergo incarnations in a changed form, dressing in new desire-bodies in a new generation

The Galei TZAHAL radio station issued an apology for broadcasting 2 news stories in January 2017 in the “Good Morning, Israel” show slandering the non-profit Bnei Baruch—Kabbalah L’Am Organization.
From Twitter, 7/25/18

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Transferring The Knowledge By Word Of Mouth

laitman_232.08Question: Do we consider our lessons to be acquiring knowledge by word of mouth?

Answer: No. To convey something by word of mouth is the highest degree, a spiritual action called a “kiss” (Neshikin), when two people obtain a common screen.

It has no connection to the physical human body, to our lips or kisses; it is only described using these terms because there are no words in spirituality—we use all the words from our world.

If we achieve this conjugation, when both our screens connect and work precisely in unison at the level of the highest part of our common Partzuf, our common soul (HBD), then we are in a relationship “in a mutual kiss.”

This is an interconnection between two people: a student and a teacher, two students and two teachers, between anyone, at the highest level of their attainment (HBD).
From the Kabbalah lesson in Russian 3/11/18

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Everything Is Relative To The Observer

laitman_276.02Question: What does it mean to rise to the level of the governance of our world? Does Kabbalah rule our world? What is it about?

Answer: Kabbalah does not rule our world.

The fact is that everything we perceive is what we call our world. This is my world. I do not know what the world really is and what it consists of. I only know what I feel and perceive. This is a very important point with which we have to start talking about a person and about where he is.

We have to understand that our world is one that we build within. Therefore, this concept cannot be objective. Everything is relative to the observer. For example, today one might comprehend some things a certain way, and tomorrow interpret them differently. There are, of course, general laws, rules, and methods, but in the end, we are only speaking of a person’s individual comprehension.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 3/11/18

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New Life 21 – A Warm Relationship At Home

New Life 21 – A Warm Relationship At Home
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi, Nitzah Mazoz and Orit Dolev

Happiness stems from positive relationships. A warm atmosphere at home brings emotional and material security. In order to maintain this type of atmosphere, family members should smile at each other, show warmth, radiate joy, and support one another. Parents provide the example for the family. Criticism should be shared only at a specific time. Society needs to promote positive relationships through public campaigns similar to the “stop smoking” campaign that was so successful in changing attitudes and behavior around the world. Let’s build society together!
From KabTV’s “New Life 21 – A Warm Relationship At Home,” 6/26/12

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Daily Kabbalah Lesson – 7/25/18

Lesson Preparation

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Lesson on the Topic “In an Effort to Connect the Hearts, the Evil Inclination is Revealed” (Preparation for the Convention in Italy 2018)

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Writings of Baal HaSulam, “The Peace”

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