And he shall dwell in that city until he stand before the tribunal for judgment, until the death of the High Priest that shall be in those days. Then shall the slayer return, and come to his own city, and to his own house, to the city from which he fled (Prophets, Joshua, 20:6).
We are talking about the fact that a certain segment of correction is closed, and then a new stage begins that a person no longer relates directly to. Then he can, as if, start a new life.
Question: Does it mean that this is a new cycle, the path of correction again?
Answer: The length of punishment is determined from above, but the person does not know for how long.
Question: It is written that after the death of the High Priest, the murderer can return to his city, to his home. Does he return to his old desires or already to some kind of new ones?
Answer: Everything that he has done wrong is erased and he begins a new cycle.
However, he definitely gets credit for everything that happened because it is due to these years that he undergoes corrections, and therefore now is able to live them again in the correct form. Everything he experienced accumulates in him, does not disappear anywhere, and later he uses this experience.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 8/16/21