By Michael Laitman
In a time of problem, we'd like a advisor to assist us calm and stabilize our lives. for the reason that Kabbalah is being printed to hundreds of thousands this day. Kabbalah is a device for improving lifestyles, and A consultant to the Hidden knowledge of Kabbalah teaches how we will be able to use this device. In a swish, easygoing sort, you will examine the fundamentals of Kabbalah, and obtain a lot wanted feedback for applying this age-old technological know-how on your way of life.
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These first Kabbalists continued to develop it through the generations, adapted it to the changing times and made it more scientific, as our generation demands. This chapter introduces the way Kabbalistic texts work and how they have developed over the centuries to make their wisdom more available and accessible to everyone. In particular, this chapter discusses the work of the most “universal” of all Kabbalists: Rav Yehuda Ashlag. Rav Ashlag 59 60 A G uide to the H idden W isdom of K abbalah clearly stated that Kabbalah study is open for all, that Kabbalah can be disclosed, distributed, and taught to everyone, without any consideration of age, race, sex, or religion.
Have you ever wondered if there’s anything out there that your five senses can’t detect? Perhaps other worlds and creatures exist within the space you can’t perceive—worlds that are transparent and unrecognizable from our point of view? To a Kabbalist, we are living in darkness, unable to see the greater reality, although it is still there. Without knowing any better we take this view of Spiritual Sparks the world as the only possible reality. But think of Our five senses and our imagination offer us nothing more than the discloKabbalah as a way of illumi- sure of the actions of the Essence, but not nating the whole of reality so the Essence itself.
This process of intensifying is designed to make you develop such a strong desire for spirituality that you will be willing to do anything to attain it, including conceding all desires that are not for spirituality. But to give up those desires, you must experience them. This is why Kabbalists explain that the higher your spiritual degree, the greater your mundane desires, too. Kabbalists progress by experiencing the greatest worldly pleasures, and then being given the awareness that there is something that’s even better and greater than all those pleasures combined.
A Guide to the Hidden Wisdom of Kabbalah by Michael Laitman