Answer: It is an innate attribute in every individual, but it is very limited and is not necessarily expressed in this life.
Question: I want to complete my whole correction and reveal the Creator in this life. Where is my freewill? What exactly depends on me?
Answer: Get rid of everything that is unnecessary, choose what is most important and necessary for the revelation of the Creator, and that’s all. This is how you will solve your problem. This is what the wisdom of Kabbalah does.
Question: Do I need to give up my needs in order to attain freedom?
Answer: We cannot give up any of our needs. We can simply reassess our values internally so that we can engage only in what is necessary for the attainment of the most important goal in life.
Question: In what way is the implementation of my freewill expressed every second?
Answer: You should gradually reach the point where you determine what your most important goal is and move toward it correctly.
Question: Was Baal HaSulam a free man?
Answer: Every Kabbalist is a free person because he ascends above his egoism.
Question: Can we say that freewill comes down to the creation of the correct external and internal boundaries of one’s conduct and living up to them, and the more you adhere to them the freer you are?
Answer: Freewill is expressed by one’s total devotion to the right environment.
Question: When does a person stop living from one day to the next and thinking only about himself?
Answer: Whenever he wants to. There is no other answer.
Question: Are there limits to freedom?
Answer: There are no limits to freedom. It is all in the desire to bestow, and so it is infinite.
Question: What can you do if you feel great doubts before making a choice, how do you choose?
Answer: Always choose connection and kindness with your group and not any other way.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah,” 11/17/19