In our world, we can first feel one thing and then another, i.e., one thing against the other, but not at the same time. And Kabbalah allows you to simultaneously attract both bad and good states, master them at the same time, connect them together, and feel good states many times more vividly.
In addition, if in the material world it is impossible to attain some physical phenomenon because we cannot be in two places at the same time, we cannot agree at the same time with the minus and the plus, we have some incomprehensible, impossible combinations as is usually the case in quantum physics, then Kabbalah allows us to solve all this very simply.
Question: And imagine such a situation: a mother punishes the child; he, of course, suffers but at the same time understands that she loves him and does it for his good. Thus, he justifies her. In principle, in our world, this is unrealistic. However, can we take this as an example of integration of opposites?
Answer: This is not quite the right example because a person who wants to go by faith above reason equally attracts both negative and positive qualities. He understands that they can only manifest correctly in combination with each other and can give him the full measure of sensation and attainment.
The task of a Kabbalist is to correctly deliberate the negative and positive qualities and nothing more. He understands that there is no negativity in nature, but it is felt as such because it has not been yet integrated with the positive.
Question: So a Kabbalist has no fear at all for himself or for others?
Answer: Almost none. Of course, he goes through various states. While in-between different levels, he feels all sorts of negative impacts, but this is only for a short period of time when he is in a state between two levels.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States”