Every particular exists only in order to point to the whole. Therefore, there is no need to delve into details, there is nothing significant in them. Every individual is required only in order to connect with the whole or to get out of it and thus teach us to perceive the common whole.
Through our actions, we discover the network of connections between us. Connecting them together, these actions are revealed as a system called Adam, the common soul. Adam HaRishon is a structure of connections between all of us. It is as if I look at a map and see a portrayal of roads connecting the cities. The same connection exists between all of us; it is not only three-dimensional but rather has an infinite number of dimensions.
This network of connections is called man, Adam. The more connections the individual points that are detached from each other can establish between them, the more roads they can pave, the more they build the common connecting system, which is called Adam. Therefore, they are also considered people, because Adam is the result of their efforts.1
The Creator deliberately broke the integral picture of the world and made it discrete so that we, by ourselves, through individual, discrete actions, would reach a common, complete form. We are incapable of such a generalization, but each of our individual actions, despite its limitations, brings us closer to the complete picture.
It is like calculating an integral, where the margin of error is added to the sum of rectangles. This addition completes those unaccounted angles, which we were unable to cover with our discrete shattering. This is called: “The Creator will finish this work for me.”
We add one small rectangle after another to the best of our ability. But how can all these rectangles be made into a smooth curve, how can we measure the entire area if we do not have the possibility of reaching the real integral picture through our “square” thinking? We can only increase the number of rectangles. Therefore, there is an addition to the integral that the Creator adds for us. He helps us perform all the actions, but then He still has to complete this work for us, adding what is missing, which we ourselves are unable to take into account.2
If the Creator is revealed within the desire of the ten, then how can we increase this desire, the area of the revelation of the Creator? The desire of the ten can be increased only through connection with each other. This entire area is divided into pixels that we cannot change, make larger or smaller. We can only increase the number of these pixels and thereby make the picture clearer. This is how it works, like a computer that detects only zero or one. Yet, through the large number of zeros and ones, all the operations are performed.3
After the convention in Moldova, the structure of the entire World Kli has changed. Because of the strong connection we reached there, we have jumped to the next degree. Now we need to build a new Kli. Now during every communication, we must take into account that we are connecting with the common Kli, with a certain area of the common soul.
For example, I connect with the Moscow group and understand that this is a part of the common soul. The sensation of this common Kli exists within me all the time. From now on, any connection in the ten is already a connection with the entire world Kli, as with the single whole. I feel that by connecting with friends in Europe, I influence my connection with friends in South America.
We are constantly adding pixels to the general picture and receiving new inner sensations. Due to the birth of these new sensations in us, the picture is constantly expanding. Every pixel is a connection within the world Kli due to which the form of the larger vessel called a man, Adam, begins to appear more and more.4
From the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 9/18/19, “Correction of the Shattering” (Preparation to the Europe Convention)
1 Minute 3:20
2 Minute 21:22
3 Minute 36:30
4 Minute 56:40