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Recent Questions

  1. Does Kabbalistic teaching encourages one to pray for their family” salvation?

  2. Every morning – especially when I was working with children and parents who have children with disabilities. I listen each morning that the creator continue to give me the wisdom to receive the capacity to listen to you everyday. I only pray that the creator to ro keep my kli open to serve him through me – through my ten and also for those who work with you each day. Your students hear my intentions and seem to feel my heart.

  3. Hi Rav

    when a person die do you feel the same that you feel before a person is born ?
    Do you feel the same that when you transcend ??


  4. My name isElizabeth Fogel. What if I told you Kabbalah opened to me naturally at a McDonalds restaurant in Lexington, SC. I made the grade. Found you later….you energetically unlocked the Zorah and gave me a massive psychic test. I had a great swim……and voila where am I. We can talk.

  5. Paradox in that Adam cannot keep 612 commandments alone either. As is the creator desires creatures to bestow upon.

  6. Hi, I’m Francis LLanto from Cebu City, Philippines, I’m a Roman Catholic but I explore more and i see Kabbalah, my question is this, How Angels work or influence to mankind, is there a Purgatory and Hell? How these system created and function to us?. I am very thankful of your basic revelation of Kabbalah that enlighten me for the dynamics of our nature.

  7. Hi, I’m Marlon and I live in Brazil. I have two questions: 1) Has God not yet created creation? (it is in process, it is not yet concluded) … 2) The ascent of the “ladder of Jacob” – if the answer to question number 1 is yes – would not mean returning successively to higher worlds, whose next to us would be Olam Yetzirah , but to inhabit a new corresponding world created to support our kli together with our conscious choice to serve the Creator. Is that what Olam Habah would mean?

  8. hello,
    its Sam from Iran,
    first so sorry for my English, i am new in English,
    i try to study In Kabbalah from your free course,, thank you all so much for it in advance,, i feel i am in the right track and way,.

    i have a question, i hope i can explain it to you with my bad English,, and you understand what i want to know,

    about teaching to be altruism and after that bestow to creator will, that everything happens to us even good or bad is lead us then understand the enlightenment,

    my problem is i am tired of bad action and bad feedback that i receive from people around me, i do my best to be altruism, and understand all people, and give them love,, but i receive Opposite and negative, what should i do,

    after i read this

    ( )

    i feel i have to change my Environment like you said

    ( Starting from a certain sphere in the field of Light, the Light’s influence on the Reshimo elicits a recognition of the cause of the suffering. This is expressed as the question about the meaning of the suffering, about its reason and purpose. It is a question about the meaning of life. A person is then brought to the group (the environment) where he can start correcting himself to become similar to the Light (bestowal). )

    , cuz i don’t have power and energy to give people around me and receive negative from them,

    am i right? do i get it right? plz some advice,
    thanks, and sorry for my English,

  9. Hi Dr Laitman,

    I have a question regarding your logic

    1) We don’t understand G_D
    2) Our cries and our begging are useless
    3) We need to follow the Kabbalah system

    If the Kabbalah system requires following Jewish commandments, what’s the point if our cries and begging through prayerful participation is useless?


  10. Hello Rav, how can man communicate with the Creator? Or is that impossible? Thanks for your effort.

  11. Hello. I am Sarah from Beirut – Lebanon.
    First I would like to send you my deep gratitude for the beneficial episodes and for the show and for Dr Michael Laitman. Thank you for spreading light and knowledge.
    My question is: What’s the relation between Kabbalah and the Scientific-Spiritual idea that our minds & thoughts create our reality?
    Thank you

  12. Dear Rav,

    I know that we learn about the ten plagues, ten sephirot, ten commandments etc. as a spirtual negative and positive and a means to overcome.
    But before Kabbalah I was also taught about the 7 mortal sins, Pride, Wrath, Envy, Greed, Lust, Glutonny and Sloth and I find myself not able to act against those much either in thought or in action. Instead these desires we are told not to have/use only seem to be increasing in me/us and I have found no mercy in the words of the Kabbalists.
    Also can you tell us something about the first death and the second death and the beast that will be judged into the lake of fire? Why was it created only to then be judged like that? Can the Creator undo his creation?
    Thank you.

  13. A follow-up question:
    Isn’t the wish for all existence to become pure light, pure delight, connected to some death drive? The wish not to be?

    Thank you!

  14. Dear Michael Laitman,

    I find it hard to imagine humanity (or the world) reaching a final, perfect state. Wouldn’t it be the end of history, even more the end of change/time? What will be left (to do) when the pieces of the vessel are put back together?

    Thank you!

  15. The Gemara in Chagigah tells of four great sages who entered the Orchard. Only Rabbi Akiva was able to enter in peace and return in peace. I would like to find out what would have happened if all four had returned successfully, and what additional information is available in English on this subject.

  16. Do you have to follow a religion to study Kabbalah?
    For example, I grew up in the church and studied the Bible. So it has brought me to a point where I have went from Baptist, to non denomination, to Hebrew Israelite, to I haven’t been to church in 4 years and recently decided to go to a synagogue on Saturdays to learn the Torah. And I’m not really interested in following traditions and rituals. Because it makes me feel that I’m (for lack of better words) “earning points” for doing those things.
    So is it necessary to be religious?

  17. Dear Rav Laitman,

    Who are the foremost female Kabbalists, past & present?

    Thank you for considering this question.

  18. After all, after entering the kabbalistic society one feels the pressure for single men to get married. So I would like to know, if this is a requirement like it seems, why this is necessary for me to do. Until now I unfortunately couldn’t find a convincing answer.

  19. Why should there be a high recognition and appreciation for a woman being at home and caring for the family i.e. a division of roles in family life (or for couples or married ones), and why is this not happening in today’s society?

  20. I have felt a prompting to study specifically the second chapter of the book of Ezra. Any tips on this section from your materials? The focus is on emerging from Exile and the prompting of the light in a Gentile King.

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