Prophets, Joshua, 11:23: And Joshua took the whole land, according to all that the Lord had spoken to Moses; and Joshua gave it for an inheritance to Israel according to their divisions by their tribes. And the land rested from war.
The intention for the sake of the Creator, for the sake of bestowal and love covered all the desires, the whole land (Eretz, land is from the word “Ratzon,” desire). And everything calmed down for a while because the whole land had not yet been conquered. And then there was a war again because everything is revealed gradually, at certain egoistic levels.
Question: It is said that the land was distributed “according to their divisions by their tribes.” What is the origin of the division of the land, the egoistic desire, to the tribes of Israel? What is the principle of division?
Answer: The fact is that egoism consists of four levels of Aviut (depth of desire). In spiritual work a desire works on three lines. Therefore, 4 levels multiplied by 3 lines gives the number 12. Accordingly, people were divided into 12 tribes.
Each tribe has a more or less egoistic part according to that tribe.
Question: What kind of tribe should it be so that it settles on the most egoistic land?
Answer: It is the royal tribe. The strongest tribe represents the greatest egoism. This means that you have the ego in front of you divided according to its levels into 12 parts. Each of these levels is assigned a certain property. Therefore, each tribe takes its place on the ground and develops it. It was clear to the masses that entered the borders of Israel how they should divide the land.
Question: It is said: “And the land rested from war.” What does it mean?
Answer: This means that each desire realized what kind of inner work would help so that it can be directed to the Creator.
There were no problems in dividing these desires since in such a state a person clearly understands what desires, inclinations, and intentions he has.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 8/2/21