First, it takes time to grasp the practice of a new skill or craft. It is said it takes at least 10 years to become a specialist.
My Comment: Yes. It is even longer in Kabbalah. Knowledge cannot be acquired without effort.
Remark: Second, you need constant access to the best teachers.
My Comment: For this we have our sources instead. Since the death of my great teacher Rabash, I do not see who can replace him. It is impossible. He was the last of the Mohicans, and now we are moving toward complete correction according to his method.
Remark: I meant that today, thanks to the Internet, you can learn from the best teachers.
My Comment: This is not the point. There are simply no teachers on the level of Rabash in the world.
Remark: Another important principle is the visual assimilation of information. They say that 50 to 90% of the brain’s resources use visual perception. But you rarely use tools like presentations or even blueprints in lectures.
My Comment: The point is that spiritual states cannot be represented graphically. Therefore, they are almost never used in Kabbalah.
There was a period when many new students came to me, and literally in every lesson I drew, sketched, and depicted for them. But they have moved forward and they do not need these blueprints today. They perceive them internally, speculatively.
From KabTV’s “Management Skills” 6/24/20