Question: It is not clear how we can remain opposite and at the same time be united with the Creator. How can something unite with something opposite to it?
Answer: Thanks to your intention. I cannot change my thought, my desire, but I can change the form of its use—for whose sake it is. It turns out that on one hand, we become equal to the Creator in our intention, we act together with Him in unison, in homeostasis.
On the other hand, we remain in our nature, which we cannot change. And we do not need to change it. Thus, we emphasize our independence, our oppositeness to Him. As created beings, we do not dissolve in a common thought, but are superimposed on it like two waves.
Initially, when we were created, we were dissolved in this thought, we did not feel ourselves. A person in our world, too, does not feel himself. The little man who exists in seven billion copies does not feel himself. He automatically does what the general thought of the universe prescribes to him, what it induces, directs at him.
From KabTV’s “Close-Up. Secrets of Immortality” 1/7/11