Break through the Picture of the World

928Question: It is written that the Creator has no thoughts about Himself. How can we understand this and who can affirm it?

Answer: The Creator has no ego. And the basis of egoism is the thought of oneself. The most egoistic question is: “Do I exist?”

Everything that is outside of me is what I aspire to, love, and f ill. Therefore, we can study the Creator as an upper force that created egoism outside of itself in order to bring it to correction, to altruism, to similarity to Him so that in this form egoism would manifest itself as close, dear, and like the Creator.

And then, being fundamentally opposite, but having achieved similarity, convergence, closeness, and complete merging, we would be able to come to a state that does not exist in nature where the Creator and His creations unite.

The point is that a person who perceives society, himself, inanimate, vegetative, and animate nature relates to all of this as to the work of the Creator. Then it turns out that his attitude toward the surrounding nature reflects how he relates to the Creator.

The Creator is not hiding. He does not exist at all. And a person who wants to reveal the Creator is looking for how he can still break through the picture of the world in which he is and behind the canvas of this world reveal its artist.

This is what the science of Kabbalah teaches. Therefore, it teaches about how to receive and to reveal the Creator to a person who is in this world in the corporeal state.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual states” 5/21/22

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