Download PDF by Michael Laitman: A Guide to the Hidden Wisdom of Kabbalah

By Michael Laitman

ISBN-10: 1897448163

ISBN-13: 9781897448168

In a time of difficulty, we'd like a consultant to aid us calm and stabilize our lives. for the reason that Kabbalah is being published to thousands this present day. Kabbalah is a device for improving existence, and A consultant to the Hidden knowledge of Kabbalah teaches how we will be able to use this device. In a sleek, easygoing variety, you are going to research the fundamentals of Kabbalah, and obtain a lot wanted feedback for utilizing this age-old technological know-how on your way of life.

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In a regular life, thought is the considerations made by the desire to receive. The desire to receive in and of itself isn’t bad—that’s how you and I were created, and when used correctly it is beneficial to us and to the Creator. The intention in which we use our desire is where we must focus our attention. In simple words, we must become aware of why we do what we do, what we want to get out of it, and whom we want to please by experiencing pleasure—ourselves or the Creator. This intention will then create a work plan, a thought, and the thoughts will determine our whole reality.

Why was it necessary to create a world so imperfect and a creation so corrupted that it must be corrected? Kabbalists explain that the Creator receives pleasure by giving pleasure to His created beings—us. If we delight in the fact that our reception pleases the Creator, then the Creator and we coincide in qualities and in desires. In this way, everyone thinks of the other, not of him or herself, and everyone still receives pleasure; it’s a win, win situation. Chapter 4: The History of Desires 45 When Sex, P ow e r , a n d K n owl e dg e Don’t Do It for Me When desires for worldly pleasures—food, sex, family, wealth, power, and knowledge—fail Kabbalearn to keep their promise of lasting happiness, “the point in Kabbalah distinguishes the desire for the Creator from all other desires.

In a regular life, thought is the considerations made by the desire to receive. The desire to receive in and of itself isn’t bad—that’s how you and I were created, and when used correctly it is beneficial to us and to the Creator. The intention in which we use our desire is where we must focus our attention. In simple words, we must become aware of why we do what we do, what we want to get out of it, and whom we want to please by experiencing pleasure—ourselves or the Creator. This intention will then create a work plan, a thought, and the thoughts will determine our whole reality.

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