Subtleties Of The Perception Of The World

764.2Comment: In our world, we deal with ordinary corporeal sciences. From the point of view of Kabbalah,  does the phenomenon of consciousness require that we somehow try to change the habitual perception of the world, which is completely attached to materialism or mysticism.

My Response: Mysticism is out of question here. There are fields that today we cannot measure. We only guess about their existence in the same way we do about some cosmic actions.

We cannot feel everything with our hands. Although modern science is far from medieval, it is already the science of the 21st century, but still, it is necessary to introduce some concepts about the fact that we exist inside a field and feel it.

Since we consist of a certain structure, this field, acting on us, causes certain sensations in us, and we perceive them as the world around us and we exist in it. Inside each person, there is a kind of sensor that feels that it exists in a certain world, inside a certain field.
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From KabTV’s “Meetings with Kabbalah” 1/3/19

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