Question: If a couple has adopted children, is this considered a whole family?
Answer: Yes. If a couple has adopted these children, it is considered a whole family. But this is indeed a special family, and they will receive special help from above.
Question: How can a woman fight viruses in her head, the foreign thoughts? Is this possible in Kabbalah?
Answer: Kabbalah says that all those thoughts that you consider to be viruses are just like any other thoughts, and they intentionally come to us from above. You must acknowledge them, understand them correctly, connect to their source, and then you will correctly position and work with them. But you should not negate or discard those thoughts.
Question: Should spouses connect the male and female parts in them so that their relationship would be balanced and harmonious?
Answer: Yes, each one needs to connect them so that the male part would give the Tzimtzum, Masach, and the reflected light, and this is what we call the corrected state. The female part, on the other hand, should provide the desire, the ego above which it is possible to build the correction. And both parts will interact harmoniously in every individual.
Question: There are quite a few good female members in our group who have been studying Kabbalah for a long time and are not married. How should we care for them?
Answer: You should do everything in your power to have them married as soon as possible. Then you will have many more good members. Start engaging in this seriously. You will be doing two good things at the same time: you will marry the women and you will acquire new members in the group.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah,” 3/8/20