Blitz Of Kabbalah Tips – 9/7/19, Part 3

Laitman_138Question: How do the four phases of the development of nature (inanimate, vegetative, animate, and human) correspond to the physical age of a person? At what age does he become a man (Adam)?

Answer: There is no correspondence with this. The created being can become a man (Adam) at any age. The spiritual experience does not depend on age.

Question: There were such cases when the sages prayed to forget all their knowledge and to start from scratch. How is it possible to advance without comparative analysis? By what parameters can a person compare the revelation of one’s feelings or any change?

Answer: The more a person can forget so that there will be nothing left in both the brain and the soul, the faster and better one can advance.

Question: What are the stages of development of the Creator in the ten?

Answer: These states are called conception, nine months of development, birth, two years of suckling, upbringing to the age of six, then from 13 to 20, 70, and to 120 years. These are the phases of the development of the soul.

Question: You said that thought is primary, above the flesh. What does it mean?

Answer: Naturally, thought is the most important thing in our world, even in the egoistic one. Therefore, above thought there is only the next level—the Creator. However, thought does not exist on its own. Thought is the expression of the heart, expression of the desire.

Question: How can we ask the Creator correctly when there is a split in the ten?

Answer: Ask Him to bring you together. Imagine that you had nothing except a plate and suddenly it shattered. You could receive everything on it. How would you ask the Creator to assemble this plate for you? Otherwise, there will be nothing.
From Lesson 4, World Kabbalah Convention in Moldova 9/7/19, Rejoice in What We Lack/Work in Concealment

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