Nowadays, maintaining the balance of nature is especially important. Many speak out against interfering with nature: the ecologists and others. They are fighting to ensure that we don’t pump oil, burn combustible materials, etc.
We do terrible things to nature. But the most important thing is not that we destroy vegetation, dig channels, kill animals, build nuclear power plants, or test bombs detonating them below and above ground.
The main thing is that we are damaging the nature of man. And man, in essence, is at the height of nature, its very crown. As a result, we got the coronavirus because we don’t care about the crown of nature, about man who has to complete, correct, and bring nature to balance.
But let’s hope that due to our efforts, we will be able to achieve it.
The fact is that Kabbalists, who received the methodology of the integral development of nature, received it for a good reason. As the doctors in our society fight for the health of people with their own methods, we Kabbalists must do the same: gain knowledge to be able to, just like the doctors, bring into balance not the animal organism of a person, but our whole society with its still, vegetative, and animate nature, meaning the whole universe, into the right balance. This will be its healthy state. This is what our mission entails.
Therefore, we are at the forefront of the struggle against the disruptions man causes in nature. I really hope that we will expand this science, master it, apply it correctly, and achieve a general equilibrium of all levels of nature.
And all of nature will be revealed as one single organism, and we will enjoy its ideal balance, its integrality, interdependence, and perfect health. As a result, we will stop sleep-walking as if we’re half-blind, and become vital participants in absolutely all of nature of all the worlds.
I hope that this will manifest itself precisely as a result of our recuperation from the coronavirus.
At least, this should be our goal, and whether we succeed is no longer our concern. We must try as doctors do when they see a patient in front of them. They do not take into account his hopeless state or the advanced stage of illness, but they try to cure him by all the means at their disposal. We must do the same.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah,” 3/15/20