Answer: This is inherent in absolutely everyone. It only happens in very limited amounts and not necessarily in this life.
Question: I want enough to be able to finish the entire correction and discover the Creator in this lifetime. Where is my freedom of will here? What exactly depends on me?
Answer: Get rid of everything that is unnecessary and choose what is most important, which is what is needed to discover the Creator. That’s all. You will answer your question this way. This is what Kabbalah does.
Question: Do I need to part with necessities in order to attain freedom?
Answer: We cannot part with any needs. We can simply reassess our values in order to engage only in those actions that are necessary to achieve the most important goal.
Question: What is the realization of freedom of will at every second?
Answer: It is to gradually come to a determination of what is our most important goal and to move toward it correctly.
Question: Was Baal HaSulam a free person?
Answer: Every Kabbalist is a free person because he rises above his egoism.
Question: Can it be said that freewill is comprised of a person’s voluntary formation of the correct internal and external limits of behavior and thoughts and their observance? And the more carefully you observe them, the freer you are?
Answer: Freedom of will is to completely surrender to the right environment.
Question: When will a person stop living one day and think only about himself?
Answer: Whenever he wants. There is no other answer.
Question: Does freedom have boundaries?
Answer: Freedom has no boundaries. Freedom is all in the desire to bestow and therefore it is infinite.
Question: What if you experience a strong doubt about a choice? How can you choose?
Answer: Always choose toward connection, kindness, and with your group, and no other way.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah,” 11/17/19