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Michael Laitman, PhD

Desires after the End of Correction

Q: Suppose a Kabbalist has completed his personal correction. He then continues to climb from one level to the next. But in order to rise spiritually he will probably need to fall. So what desires does such a Kabbalist go down to?

What kinds of desires exist after the end of correction?

A: In the Introduction to the Study of the Ten Sefirot, Baal HaSulam describes all the levels that we must go through in our spiritual development. When we complete the correction of our personal vessel, meaning our soul, we continue to correct our connections with other souls in the collective soul of Adam.

Then, as they also complete their corrections, the souls rise to the level of the end of correction and even higher, to levels that have never been described, because they are called “the secrets of the Torah.” It is impossible to study these, or to disclose them to others.

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