Daily Kabbalah Definition
Definitions in the daily Kabbalah lesson guide a precise, spiritual approach to terms, & disqualify materialized corporeal definitions
of the Righteous
What is the level of "righteous"
according to the wisdom of Kabbalah?
The level of "righteous" begins
with Bina (intelligence) and Above. In order to reach this level, we need to rise above the empty Kelim (vessels), above
the feeling of emptiness of our desire
to receive, and even further beyond that, when we are in "minus," in
great suffering. If a person is able to go above them, then this is called that
he makes "Restriction and Masach (screen)." And if in addition he receives pleasure, but
not for himself, and together with this remains empty inside, remains with the
same approach to himself, and the feeling of "for the sake of
bestowal" becomes filled, then he is called, "righteous."
from the 4th part of the Daily
Kabbalah Lesson 12/23/10 (minutes 38-42)
Daily Kabbalah Tip
Advice in the daily Kabbalah lesson is recommended, practical tasks for advancing spiritually
I belong to the part of the world that receives or the part that bestows?
desires I have now are at the level of animate. When I go above them, above my
animal body, above the things that I am interested in now, then that is called
exit to the desires of the friends, that I want to connect to, to reach
"one man in one heart," in order to get to the correct Kli, to
bestow to the Creator, on condition of Arvut (mutual guarantee), is to
my benefit, like each state that comes to me from Above. However, we are not
yet speaking about the corrected state in which I am already connected with
must understand that reality is divided into two parts: the part that receives
and the part that bestows. Either I receive within myself, absorb and feel all
the reality that exists in me, within me, and thus describe the world, or I go
outside of myself, begin to feel the other souls as if they are actually part
of me, and then I feel the Upper World.
from the 3rd part of the Daily
Kabbalah Lesson 12/23/10 (minutes 27-29)