Question: A wide variety of people are trained in integral education courses. They may include a professor, a locksmith, or a millionaire. Everyone is used to a certain form of communication. For one person, some jokes can cause complete disgust, for another it is normal. What are we supposed to do in this situation?
Answer: I don’t see this as a particular problem since we are dealing with an area of communication that none of them are currently in, even because of their past activities and interests. So it doesn’t matter what sort of people will be in the group.
There are, of course, certain stages of development that help intellectually developed people quickly grasp what the science of Kabbalah says. But, in general, it doesn’t matter. If we are talking about the spiritual development of a person and the spiritual connection of people, then absolutely different people can take part in this.
Question: In other words, such external barriers as language, traditions, even, perhaps, the form of clothing, cannot interfere with communication?
Answer: No. This is completely out of the question.
Question: And if untidily dressed people who do not observe hygiene come to the courses, is it worth making a direct remark to the person? And who should do it?
Answer: The moderator. He should warn people to come in clean clothes even after work. It doesn’t matter if it’s a doctor or a worker from the workshop, a chemist or a mechanic from the garage. All of them should come to classes in such a way that others feel comfortable with them.
From KabTV’s “Communication Skills” 10/14/20