Answer: I do so by revealing its general, global, mutually interdependent laws, by explaining them to others, and by trying to ensure that they study them from Kabbalistic sources and reveal this nature in themselves as well.
In principle, Kabbalah is a process of self-discovery. Thus, by advancing, people would bring positive forces into our world.
Question: How can one make his loved ones realize and admit their mistakes?
Answer: Only by setting an example and not through moralizing. Just set an example for them, demonstrate an action that they can learn from without words.
Question: How can one overcome the fear of being judged and criticized?
Answer: No need to fight it. Fear is useful. It should constantly compel us to move forward, to get excited, to try and build explanations correctly.
Critique is also helpful. How many criticize and scold me! But I believe they support me in this way. I love the people who stood their ground and opposed me over the course of many years. I know and respect them. They allowed me to think even more about what they are saying and find new, better answers, more detailed explanations. In general, it is impossible otherwise.
From KabTV’s “Meetings with Kabbalah: Victoria Bonya,” 3/29/20