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- April 27, 2020 at 3:34 am EDT #29747
Seth – KabU InstructorModerator
Ask anything about the lesson and materials and get an answer from a KabU senior instructor.
- July 19, 2022 at 9:34 pm EDT #294738Bonnie A. BusParticipant
Hoe do you know the words of Zohar is working while reading?
- September 8, 2022 at 10:21 am EDT #299522Christian – KabU InstructorModerator
This is indeed a great question! When one studies the Zohar, one draws the Light that reforms, and precisely this Upper Light working on a person, shifting one’s qualities from self-reception to similitude to the Upper Force’s qualities of love and bestowal, is “knowing” that the Book of Zohar is working on its reader.
One gradually acquires the proper vessels to sense the Upper Force’s qualities, and the Zohar is a supreme tool in aiding one in this process.
Best of luck!
- June 24, 2022 at 2:29 am EDT #292425James WrightParticipant
In the Related materials video, Rav Laitman explains that when the Zohar is written in other languages besides Aramaic and Hebrew it becomes distorted. Does reading the text in English still have the same effect, or is it diminished or altered? Is there a particular English translation that is most recommended?
- September 8, 2022 at 9:16 am EDT #299519Christian – KabU InstructorModerator
One can say the Zohar gets diluted when it is not in its original language, but it still certainly has the surrounding Light. When one properly engages in the study, one can still draw this Light and it will reform and perform corrections on a person.
Zohar For All is the most recommended translation: https://kabbalahmedia.info/sources/yUcfylRm
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