Answer: This is the most difficult question because I can understand, find out, and interpret myself only when I attain my full correction, meaning the level of the Creator. Then I will feel what I actually am—a small point within the higher power, within the Creator.
Question: Who are the other people in my world, inside of me, if they are derived from my characteristics, from my perception? Do they truly exist?
Answer: They don’t exist in themselves. I create them within me.
Question: When I change, will I stop being myself or will I find myself, my future self?
Answer: By changing myself, I find my future self.
Question: Is love of others really loving parts of myself since the whole world is inside me and flows and lives only within my feeling? Should I learn to love myself differently, in a broader sense?
Answer: You need to exit your ego, transcend it. With its help, but in an opposite way, when it becomes a bestower of the receiving property, it communicates and connects with others.
Question: How can I not confuse a real yearning for spiritual feeling with my emotional and mental state? All of these states are transmitted to my brain.
Answer: At first you will be confused, but you will gradually begin to shape everything within you. This will begin to transform into images, dependencies, conditions, and maybe even graphics. Gradually this method will become part of you.
Question: Does my desire have a special power? Can I correct and change something through the force of my will?
Answer: No you cannot change anything with your will. Only through your connection with others, only by actions above your egoism, can you change your nature and those around you.
Question: If all the others are parts of me and everything is inside me, then what is we?
Answer: We are parts of a single desire called Adam.
Question: If every person has his own reality, can we combine them into one by sharing our feelings, sensations, and differences in perceptions? Is that enough?
Answer: I cannot tell you how to integrate different realities into a single perception. I don’t have the words to describe this.
From a Lesson in Russian, August 26, 2018