Comment: Kabbalists write that there is no time, speed, or place in spirituality as in the material world. From the point of view of Kabbalah, time is a change of states.
My Response: Yes, time does not exist in itself since everything that happens is interpreted with respect to the observer who comprehends this. Therefore, everything is relative, as well as according to Einstein.
But how does this happen on its own? We don’t know. There is nothing happening outside of us. Everything is in our sensations only.
Comment: They say that there is no speed in the spiritual world, only acceleration.
My Response: Constant speed means almost no movement. Here we are dealing with a derivative and not with a constant speed. This is also stated in the theory of relativity.
Question: As for space, is it spiritual in a desire?
Answer: Naturally, because again everything is comprehended regarding a person, regarding an observer. The organ with which one perceives everything is a desire.
Therefore, everything happens in the will of a person only. If what is happening in the desire is constant, then one simply ceases to understand this. We feel only changes, and not the impact itself.
Comment: It is interesting that the ancient The Book of Zohar, written in the 2nd century AD, says, “The Zohar doesn’t speak of material events at all, but of higher worlds, where the order of times is not the same as in the material world. Times in the spirituality are revealed through changes in forms and steps that are higher than place and time. ”
My Response: Yes, that is true, there’s nothing that changes by itself, only with respect to the observer.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah,” 6/10/19