Answer: You begin to understand Kabbalistic sources. I also understood corporeal sources this way, since I have a good healthy human mind. I am not Einstein, of course, but I graduated from school and university successfully, I have a doctorate, and I have engaged in different interesting research. But this has nothing to do with the wisdom of Kabbalah.
When you begin to study the wisdom of Kabbalah, a change takes place inside you.
When engaging in ordinary science a person attains and absorbs different facts that simply accumulate inside him. But when one engages in the wisdom of Kabbalah the absorption of the Kabbalistic knowledge changes a person.
Question: Does this mean that a person has a different analysis, for example, could his perspective of human history change?
Answer: Even an ordinary person’s perspective of human history can change when he engages in it. But in spirituality it is the person himself who changes. Proceeding from this, one begins to perceive, feel, and absorb everything that exists in himself in accordance with his new level. Instead of the property of receiving, it acquires the property of bestowal.
In this new property of bestowal, which manifests more and more in him, he begins to see the world in a different way: end-to-end, outside of time, space, and motion. He begins to look at the world precisely from the point of view of ever greater compactness, the mutual dependence of all the elements of creation, until he passes from matter to its inner quality and passes through this world.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah” 1/20/19