Daily Kabbalah Tip
Advice in the daily Kabbalah lesson is recommended, practical tasks for advancing spiritually
Connection of the Souls
the souls connected?
don't know what a soul is, not mine and certainly not other souls. And we will
never know. We need to develop the relation to this thing called souls. The
relation towards souls is called, "bestowal."
don't know who I am or who he is, but I know that I love him. That's enough. To
love another is to attain the force of the Creator that dwells between me and
this other person. My good relation towards another is the force of bestowal,
i.e., that I become a part of him. My attention needs to be on the relations
between us, to invest efforts in bringing myself to bestowal and to bind myself
to the others in a relation of love. The measure of the connection of
love between us will reveal the souls.
we can do is to make an effort that the deficiency for this love is revealed,
and the way there is only via the group. I have to reach baseness of myself and
the greatness of the group in order for this to happen. I press on the friends
and they press on me, and then a small point of love is revealed to me. Just a
small push on this point is enough in order to kindle Light in all the worlds.
from the 2nd part of the Daily
Kabbalah Lesson 01/12/11, The Zohar (minutes 32-37)
Daily Kabbalah Definition
Definitions in the daily Kabbalah lesson guide a precise, spiritual approach to terms, & disqualify materialized corporeal definitions
is "faith in the wise"?
"Faith in the
wise" is not blind faith but a means to advance spiritually. The
intention is to be adhered to those Kabbalists who went this way and left us
the system. They explain the system to us in a very reasonable way, very
realistic, logical. But nevertheless, a person who hasn't reached attainment
must in the meantime believe in what they say. Despite that he has a point in
the heart and that he exists in some kind of agreement with them, nevertheless
there is still some room here for "faith in the wise." In any case he
must deliver himself to the Upper knowledge, that he is the experienced one, to
go after him even though after all the clarifications a person isn't so sure of
it. But in any case, he needs to execute what the Upper tells him.
isn't blind faith because after a person annuls himself towards the Upper and
acquires his head, he sees that the Upper is right. It's like a child believing
a older person. It's actually not so much belief, but learning. The child needs
to get an example from the older one, to implement it, and to see that it's
correct and thus, step after step, to advance.
from the 1st part of the Daily
Kabbalah Lesson 01/12/11, Writings of Rabash (minutes 37-43)