Question: Let’s say a person watched a video where you explain some phenomenon from the point of view of Kabbalah. This set him on fire, he was inspired, agreed with you, and supported you internally. Then time passed, and everything was forgotten.
What is left for him after this? In order for a person to be permeated with this information, does he need to be constantly hooked on it like on to a “spiritual needle”?
Answer: Undoubtedly, constant replenishment is necessary. And not just that.
The fact is that spiritual connection is a network that connects everyone with one another, and therefore, if a person is hooked somewhere in this network, he must hold on to it and expand this contact.
He will not be able to just go somewhere and work alone. It is impossible. It will not help. He must be among people he feels attracted to, not egotistically, but where he understands that he can spiritually realize himself.
Kabbalah is not an ordinary science. Here, we are talking about entering into a system of communication with others and discovering in it the one single force that fills this system.
If a person does not connect to it, then he is nobody and nothing. Separated from this system, he feels only our world, and by being included in it, he begins to feel the life of this system called the upper world. So, you cannot be alone!
From KabTV’s “I Got a Call. Get Hooked on a Spiritual Needle” 11/3/09