Question: Why is the sensation of something born in the junction of opposites?
Answer: How else could it be? I can’t feel only sweet or only bitter or only sour. I can feel something from another because I have receptors and there is an internal recording.
Inside me there are as if cones with prepared tastes, and therefore I can try, compare, and say yes, no, etc. That’s how it goes in everything.
Question: A person must make some kind of internal movement in order to move on to a diametrically opposite sensation, for example, from hatred to love? What happens at the time of this qualitative transition?
Answer: A person begins to feel that one quality is perceived from another. This isn’t a transition, but rather the inclusion of both properties.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah” 12/29/19