What Is The Difference Between Mutual Integration And Connection?

laitman_938.04Question: What is the difference between mutual integration and connection?

Answer: Connection is a natural external action for the sake of a goal, whereas mutual integration is an internal action where we integrate with each other via our internal qualities. It is when everyone, in motion toward the others, tries to incorporate and integrate in them.

Question: You say that when we unite, our evil inclination will be revealed. Do you mean mutual integration?

Answer: The evil inclination manifests itself in both cases. We must feel it.

If we push ourselves well to unite, then we feel that there is an inner force in this unity that repels us from it. There is a snake inside, our evil inclination, created by the Creator, and we can reveal it only if we try to unite! Then it will start pushing our ten out of the unity with all ten paws.

Question: So, in any case, we focus not on it, but on connection?

Answer: Yes. We do not need to look for this snake. We always think only about the positive and rush to it.
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From KabTV’s “The Last Generation” 6/6/2018

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