Always Strive for Perfection!

65Question: If I begin to feel inside everything that happens in my daily life, is this a sign of progress as a result of reading The Book of Zohar?

Answer: No. When I read The Book of Zohar, there is no everyday life for me.

I have an embryo of the soul, a point in the heart, and now I am with it in the upper system that The Book of Zohar tellis about.
How can I connect, sensorially and rationally, all these properties, three lines, ascents and descents, and spiritual actions with this tiny point in which there is nothing?

That is what I am looking for. How can I stay in them, feel them, and experience them for myself there in the ZON of the Olam ha Atzilut?

I do not want anything from this world, not myself or my friends, as I perceive them in the five senses, and even more so the whole world. Why do I need it?

It does not exist, it only appears to me inside my egoism, my desire to enjoy. If I rise to a higher level, that of bestowal and faith above reason, then I will see everything differently.

I do not want to deal with this world! I just want to rise and adhere to the upper one! I approach this realistically without leaving our world.

But I study The Book of Zohar, as well as the entire science of Kabbalah, in order to reveal for myself the upper world, and not to draw it into our world. This will never happen! The spiritual world will never clothe in the corporeal one.

On the contrary, the corporeal world will rise to its roots, to the spiritual world. Through the corporeal world, I will subsequently see the spiritual one. But first one needs to perceive spirituality.

Therefore, before the beginning of the lesson, I try to disconnect from everything that I have in this world. After all, now I am studying perfection, spirituality, the Creator.
From the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 6/10/10, The Book of Zohar “VaYetze”

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