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Michael Laitman, PhD

Working with a Rabbi

Q: There is a notion of “work with a rabbi.” How can a group reach a state in which its relations with the rabbi would turn into “work” and what does this notion actually mean?

A: Baal HaSulam wrote about this type of work in his article, "A Speech for the Completion of the Zohar". He writes there about a disciple and a rabbi, but a group and a rabbi relates to a similar situation. If it is a real group, then it is like one student. At first, the “mouth to ear” condition for relations and learning is applied, and afterwards, if the group merits it, “mouth to mouth” is also applied.

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