Question: In the corporeal world, we have a general picture of its perception: the sky is blue, the sun is yellow, and so on. You say that in the spiritual world each one will see his own picture. Isn’t there a general picture? Did every Kabbalist have his own world?
Answer: Each Kabbalist is in his own state but they describe them in approximately the same way; they have one key. They understand each other.
At any spiritual degree, you will feel what you sense with your qualities. In our world, everyone has the same qualities—the five organs of perception. In the spiritual world, there are also five sensory organs—Keter, Hochma, Bina, Zeir Anpin, and Malchut—through which you perceive it, but it is you who perceives.
In the spiritual world everyone is at a different level because there are a large number of degrees: 125 basic ones and each consists of many sub-degrees.
Therefore, if you want to equalize yourself with others, you take a Kabbalistic book, and by studying it, you begin to feel what the Kabbalist who wrote it felt.
Reading, for example, the works of Ari or Talmud Eser Sefirot by Baal HaSulam, you feel what they felt when they described it. Also, you must act as it is described, with your screen at the same level. However, usually you are on other levels so you have seemingly different worlds.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 8/12/18