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In #France there are talks to replace the words “father” and “mother” with “parent 1 and 2” in order to show respect to single-sex couples. But that’s not enough: they also wish to revoke all #gender differences. Nature cannot be changed. It must be studied and we must become similar to it.
#Kabbalah study differs from any other study in that it awakens a special, positive force, light that changes the student-egoist to an #altruist, to similarity to the positive force of nature, the Creator, and fills him with this force. Today we are in the opposite state.
The entire study of Kabbalah happens in tens, similar to the authors of the Book of Zohar. The entire aim of the studies, regardless of the material studied, is just one thing: to unite us together, so that to the extent of our unity, in our unity we will reveal what we study.
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Question: If it is not the soul, then what enters a new body in the new birth in a reincarnation?
Answer: The point in the heart.
Question: What happens to our consciousness when the biological body dies?
Answer: Nothing happens. The fact is that our consciousness exists in order to safeguard our egoism. When egoism dies, that is, when it hides from us, then consciousness becomes of no use to us. Therefore, it disappears.
But with the help of our method, we develop a new kind of consciousness and a new kind of desire. The new consciousness serves the new desire—the desire to give. And we do not need to die for this. We can live several lives and deaths during the current existence of our body.
Moreover, we will not feel that we are dying because we will already be in a completely different “beyond body” state.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian, 10/7/18
What Happens When The Body Dies?
Reincarnation In Spiritual Space
Reincarnation Of The Soul
Question: Shabbat (Sabbath – Saturday) is not connected to the calendar. What are its signs? Can Shabbat be at any hour or does it have a longer interval? Is it characterized by deep contradictory feelings that come to a standstill and are waiting for resolution from above?
Answer: In our world we understand everything according to the calendar. In the spiritual world everything depends on which of the seven levels a person is on.
Question: Is it true that Baal HaSulam used the theory of meditation on oneness in theory and the practice in the study of the wisdom of Kabbalah? That is what Avraham David Fisherman claims and promulgates. If Baal HaSulam didn’t, which Kabbalists did?
Answer: Baal HaSulam did not use meditation! This is a gross lie. I don’t know about other “Kabbalists.”
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New Life #149 – Patching Together the Religious-Secular Divide, Part 1
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Nitzah Mazoz
A Jew (Yehudi) is someone who is attracted to unity (Yechud) and unification (Eichud). Israel refers to a society based on the principle “And you shall love your friend as yourself” (Leviticus 19:18) without various external religious or secular images. No individual sector will achieve anything without a good connection between the parts. We need to overcome the historical gaps between us and embrace one faith based on love from human heart to human heart. If we succeed, we will discover new forms of pleasure and the infinite power of nature that is latent among us!
From KabTV’s “New Life #149 – Patching Together the Religious-Secular Divide,” Part 1 2/26/13
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World Kabbalah Convention, “Covenant of Salt,” Lesson 9
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World Kabbalah Convention, “Love Will Cover All Crimes,” Lesson 10
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World Kabbalah Convention, “Behold, We Found a Treasure,” Lesson 11
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