Cry-Out From The Depths Of The Soul
Prophets, Joshua 6:20: And the people shouted, and (the priests) blew with the trumpets; and it was when the people heard the sound of the trumpet, that the people shouted with a great shout, and the wall fell down in its place and the people went up into the city, every man opposite him, and they took the city.
The city wall symbolizes the screen that surrounds the city inside of which there may be impure desires, as in Jericho. Or, on the contrary, the wall separates people from external, impure desires. In the present case, there are more corrected desires around the city.
Question: Is it possible to deduce from this a law of the last generation? What should be done to destroy an inaccessible, egoistic fortress?
Answer: To surround it, i.e., to create such connections that would perform the function of a wall, a moat, anything that can be used to protect the inner part from the outer, depending on where the quality of bestowal is located, inside or outside. In the case of Jericho, the quality of bestowal was outside.
The children of Israel approached Jerusalem precisely in that way, and when they took it, it was already possible to clear it out in a different way, to consecrate it, and only then settle there.
Question: What should be the cry for the city to fall? I mean laws that we can call the laws of the last generation.
Answer: The laws of the last generation are simple: you must cry out from the very depths of your soul that you want to be only under the control of the quality of bestowal, connection, and love. And then, all walls will fall. Practically, these are the walls between each and everyone.
Question: Aren’t these the outer walls?
Answer: No, of course not. This is what separates a person from a person. We always talk about the wall within me crumbling.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 7/12/21
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