New Life #1110 – The Development Of Judaism: Egypt And The Wilderness, Part 1

New Life #1110 – The Development of Judaism: Egypt and the Wilderness, Part 1
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Nitzah Mazoz

Judaism is founded upon the correction of 613 desires to receive by combining them with an intention to bestow. In Egypt, the people of Israel acquire the power of reception, discover that this ego is enslaving them, and learn how to correct it with the help of Moses. In the wilderness, the people ate both physical and spiritual Manna. They were nourished by the spiritual Manna, which is the rise of a request for the ego’s correction and the reception of the unique power of love in nature that enveloped them. They discover the higher power whose goal is to bring them to connection, wholeness, and eternity.
From KabTV’s “New Life #1110 – The Development Of Judaism: Egypt And The Wilderness,” Part 1, 4/9/19

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