Daily Kabbalah Definition
Definitions in the daily Kabbalah lesson guide a precise, spiritual approach to terms, & disqualify materialized corporeal definitions
is the meaning of the concept "aviut" in the wisdom of Kabbalah?
meaning of "aviut" is the degree of "size of the desire"
which is measured not according to the amount of the desires but only according
to its quality. To the extent that this desire feels more, understands more,
attains more of its standing compared to the Light, to the extent that it feels
itself opposite to the Light, to that extent the quality of the desire is
determined, its aviut.
the extent that he feels that he is opposite from the Light, then to the same
extent he awakens to correct this gap, to close it, to be similar to the Light
since he is no longer able to tolerate this state. Thus the measure of the correction is against
the feeling of the corruption, the feeling of the gap, the feeling of the aviut. And to the extent that the aviut was
the most difficult, so too is the feeling of the closeness, and the attaining
of the connection with the Upper is greater after the correction.
from the 4th part of the Daily
Kabbalah Lesson 12/12/10 (minutes 0-4)
Daily Kabbalah Tip
Advice in the daily Kabbalah lesson is recommended, practical tasks for advancing spiritually
I want the end of the act to be in the spiritual world, then the thought must
be now: Where do I want it ?
time we begin a lesson, we must rise anew. As it is written, "And in your eyes
it will be as new." A person feels like a new creation according to the number
of entrances of contact with work of the Creator.
we must renew that same contact with it, the same intention, the same yearning
for the goal, in each moment. As is said, "The end of the act is in the
beginning thought." If I want the end of the act to be in the spiritual
world, the thought must be now: Where do I want it? And I need to renew that
thought, that intention, before each and every act, each time in an even
clearer and more exact way.
the final points are collected and connected all the tendencies, the exertions,
the thoughts, the disappointments, the strengths and desires, up to
completeness. It is a drop of uniqueness, in which I, the Creator, and all of
my felt reality reach unity. Towards this state, I direct myself and imagine it
to myself as much as I can. As much as I succeed in imagining it each time in a
clearer way, in sensations and in mind, I should be happy in that I am
realizing the present Reshimot (Reminiscences) and reaching the end of
from the 1st part of the Daily
Kabbalah Lesson 12/12/10 (minutes 0-5)