The Point From Which The Exit From Egoism Begins

567.04Question: What is the exit from Egypt? What is “Egypt” from a spiritual point of view?

Answer: Exiting out of Egypt is coming out of egoism and entering the quality of bestowal, unity and love.

Question: Where does it start from?

Answer: A person begins to feel that he lives aimlessly, no “gods” or beliefs fill him, they do not give him a complete answer to what the meaning of life is, its purpose. He gradually outgrows what he was taught and what the environment teaches itself and holds on to.

He feels that he needs something more: to know why a person lives, for what, and how everything works. It is a question about his existence, which feels completely pointless to him.

Question: Are such desires that develop over the course of evolution called spiritual aspirations?

Answer: This is the initial aspiration.

Question: And then man reveals the only force of nature?

Answer: No. This does not happen immediately. The fact is that he does not even know where or how to look for this force of nature and how it controls a person.

His main task is to find the Creator, because this is the only force that controls everything. And for yourself, and as if against yourself, no matter how, but there is always only one force. To reveal it is the most important thing for a person.

However, a person doesn’t know how to find it. He comes to study in a group and is told that this force is the opposite of egoism. This is the spiritual force that exists now in him in which our whole world was created, and he must get closer to this force of the Creator, the quality of bestowal, love, and connection.

After all, our whole action is to unite us again into one single soul, which has broken into 600,000 parts, and we must unite these small private souls into one single soul.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 4/15/19

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