Daily Kabbalah Tip
Advice in the daily Kabbalah lesson is recommended, practical tasks for advancing spiritually
How should I decide what kind of dissemination work I should do?
Dissemination needs to be done where I am most beneficial and not according to calculations of being easy or difficult to do. My question should be where am I most needed as a delegate and which dissemination work of mine brings closer the revelation of the Creator to the creatures. If I know that in a certain job I am the most beneficial in advancing the wisdom of Kabbalah in the world, then there are no more questions. The group decides where I am most necessary and beneficial, i.e., in the kitchen, writing books, or establishing a new group in Hawaii. I need to devote myself to this work.
-from the 4th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 11/16/10 (minutes 39-42)
Daily Kabbalah Definition
Definitions in the daily Kabbalah lesson guide a precise, spiritual approach to terms, & disqualify materialized corporeal definitions
What is "sacrifice" in spirituality?
is from the word, "near." "To offer up a sacrifice" means
to bring our egotistic desires nearer to the intention of "for the sake of
bestowal" and to do this more and more.
are sacrificed (brought closer) to situations in which it is possible to take a
little more from the corrupt will to receive, more small morsels and raise them
more and more to "for the sake of bestowal" and thus to become closer, to
become similar to the Creator, i.e., to take desires from myself, from the
beast in me. In other worlds, from the inanimate, vegetative, and animal in me
and raise them to the level of Adam (man). This is called that I "offer
up a sacrifice."
moment, each day, each night there are sacrifices of ours. There is "always
sacrifice," each time, each moment that we need to worry if we are getting
closer to the Creator. And there are sacrifices that get closer when they
arrive at special states called, "commemorative dates," "Sabbaths" etc.
from the 2nd part of the Daily
Kabbalah Lesson 11/16/10 (minutes 15-18)