Thought Is Matter

960.1Question: The prominent Russian neuroscientist and pioneer of objective psychology Vladimir Bekhterev declared that man is immortal. He believed that it could be proved purely logically for the simple reason that thought is matter, and consequently, it means that it affects matter.

What does Kabbalah say about this?

Answer: The wisdom of Kabbalah absolutely agrees with him. The fact is that thought is matter in the same way as our whole world is matter and as the spiritual world is also matter.

That is, matter is desire. Desire works either for absorption or for emanation from itself, it does not matter, but it is matter. There is nothing that is not matter. Our thought and our desire are just as material as what we feel as inanimate, vegetative, and animate nature. After all, matter can manifest itself in the form of forces and waves.

If we delve deeper into matter, then there are only waves there. Behind the waves, we begin to feel that there is nothing more than one thought there. On this thought, our material ideas about it gradually thicken in the form of clusters of matter.

It seems that this matter is developing, but it itself is not developing, rather the thought that is inside it. In the stages of the development of thinking, thought begins to manifest itself as the actions of matter in the form of forces, all kinds of mechanical transformations, and so on. But all of it is a thought.
From KabTV’s “Close-Up. Secrets of Immortality” 1/7/11

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