Rabash, “The Whole of the Torah is One Holy Name”: That is, any overcoming in the work is called “walking in the work of the Creator,” since each penny joins into a great amount.” That is, all the times we overcome accumulate to a certain measure required to become a Kli for the reception of the abundance.
Overcoming means taking a part of a vessel of reception and adding it to the vessels of bestowal.
Question: Can this be connected to the states that we all have experienced together after the congress?
Answer: Certainly. After all, we are connected with one another and we form a vessel, such a pot, in which I, you, all our friends, men and women, are part of. It does not matter at what level everyone is because we all want to enter this common vessel.
In it, we begin to connect with one another and with all the souls of previous Kabbalists who fill the entire volume of the vessel. And we, rising there, become included in it.
Therefore, all of us participating in the congress achieve such a state in which we join the common soul of Adam.
Question: Can we say that overcoming is accumulating like penny upon penny into a large amount and reach a certain degree called Adam?
Answer: Yes. Adam is what all the Kabbalists have done before us. And we, as we enter this state, become connected to them.
Question: We entered this state at the congress and now all of us are back to our little world. What should everyone do?
Answer: Yes, we entered the general state, but after the congress, everyone did not fall back into their own little world. Ultimately, this general state still exists. It is just that it constantly disappears for us so that we would have to awaken it again and again and like penny upon a penny would put everything into one big Kli (vessel).
Question: So, what Rabash called overcoming is actually an addition: my duty to feel the general state of connection?
Question: What exactly are we connecting and how are we connecting?
Answer: We are connecting by aspirations to be above our egoistic desires in a common unity, in the so-called ten. The ten is a boundless state. You can gather a million people and say that it is a ten, or you can take two or three people and this will also be a ten. The connection of people above their ego is called the ten.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah,” 3/1/20