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Question: To what extent do the catastrophic phenomena occurring today in nature, in social relations, and at the level of changing the goals that people set for themselves accelerate or delay the revelation of the programmer who created the universe?
Maybe He is deliberately pushing us to some kind of turning point after which there will be no other way out?
Answer: But, we still have no way out. We have only one way: either to develop according to His plan automatically or to apply our own efforts to this.
His plan is for these beings that He created to comprehend Him and find that everything He created was created in the form of great good. And since they do not want to comprehend this, they exist in an opposite world, in opposite sensations, in their egoistic desires.
Nothing new is proposed here, only to change our nature from egoistic to altruistic. And then, having mastered it, we will understand that the world, the universe, and the cosmos have a completely different picture. In our corrected brain, this will be reflected correctly.
From KabTV’s “Virtual World” 2/9/22
Question: In Kabbalah is there such a thing as a covenant of the eyes? What does it mean?
Answer: The covenant of the eyes is a high union, already into the light of higher comprehension, the light of Hochma.
As in our world there are people who say, “I heard,” and there are those who say, “I saw.” In Kabbalah, sight symbolizes the light of Hochma and hearing is the light of Hassadim.
As for the light of Hassadim, we cannot say exactly what we feel. We hear, but it is not a full realization. Full realization is seeing.
Accordingly there are prophets who said, “I saw” or “I heard.” “I saw” is an absolutely complete comprehension of the Creator and we treat such a prophecy as the highest.
The division into “seen” and “heard” is in everything that happens to us. Of course, we receive everything from the Creator. Whatever each of us experiences in life comes only from Him.
He alone fills us and moves us all the time. But the most important thing that we desire is absolute comprehension, and it can only be in the light of Hochma, that is, in vision.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 12/28/21
Question: Can I pray without believing?
Answer: How will you pray? To whom? Why? For what? After all, you have absolutely no connection with the Creator.
Of course, you can pray to get this connection. Then your request to the Creator, who is practically absent in your sensation, should be that you begin to feel Him. From this sensation that is beginning to manifest in you, you will gradually develop a connection with the Creator. This is how it should be done.
Do not be afraid to turn to Him. Do not be afraid to talk to the Creator as a friend, a partner, does not matter who. He really understands you. You should just start a dialogue with Him, and it is a dialogue when you tell Him everything and want to get an answer from Him.
From the International Convention “Rising Above Ourselves” 1/9/22, “Asking the Creator to Fill the Place Between Us” Lesson 7
Answer: A person who feels that he is in a world he does not understand but feels it was created for him and he wants to attain it, to understand it, and to adapt himself to the world or the world to himself, i.e., enter into correct interaction with it, gradually studies nature and seeks how to get closer to it.
If there are certain informational records in him, even if it is a small child, then he is already developing. He feels that he needs to understand the meaning of life, why it is given to us, and what it is all about. Such a person seeks this out and gradually finds it.
The fact that he is guided toward attaining the meaning of life is called a blessing. But if one feels that he is being led further away from it, it is a curse.
Question: Is receiving for oneself a curse?
Answer: In general, yes. Using one’s egoism, that is, using any desire or quality for one’s own benefit, enjoyment, fulfillment, and for power over others, is to a person’s detriment. Such actions are not, let’s say, damaging to others, but to oneself.
Question: When a person has an intention for the sake of bestowal and rises above his egoistic thoughts, is that a blessing?
Answer: Sure. This is truly a help from above.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 2/8/22