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- April 21, 2020 at 6:39 pm EDT #28795
Tony Kosinec- KabU InstructorModerator
Reflect: Share something from the lesson that blew your mind, or even just gave you a new perspective.
- May 27, 2023 at 1:19 pm EDT #320846sjParticipant
This lesson was awesome. I finally am starting to understand the goal of creation. The beauty of it is that the Creator is the one getting us to the goal. To trust (have faith) in the Creator’s complete rule is a life of peace and joy through altruism. We’re all on our way!
- May 26, 2023 at 2:36 am EDT #320782AlessaParticipant
Actually, while I await answers to my (numerous) questions on this week’s readings, I’ve also been reading an article shared following my questions from week 1 – on the nature of evil.
At the end of the article by Dr. Laitman, it says that earthly evil (being mean to others, for instance) cannot be corrected, and will keep getting worse, until we fix the spiritual evil, which is the fact that we’re opposed to the Creator.
(source, in case anyone else wishes to read the article: laitman.com/2010/10/true-evil/#gsc.tab=0)
- May 25, 2023 at 9:15 am EDT #320743HazeParticipant
I recall hearing about “the screen” during my first studies at Bnei Baruch back in 2009 but I didn’t quite understand its relevance. Each of our five senses is really a “screen” that rejects the inverse of what we wish to perceive with them. I suppose then that a spiritual screen should reject the pleasure of reception and allow the the flow of bestowal as opposed to terminating bestowal with the death of that pleasure. I also suppose that working with pleasure is much more preferable than working with pain. 😉
- May 21, 2023 at 8:44 pm EDT #320541Abogado Carlos MortheraParticipant
This week’s topic REALLY accomplished its mission: “…to find out how we perceive reality, to better understand how we can transcend the limited and sometimes unpleasant perception we currently experience and enter “reality’s control room.”
MANY thanks to KabU for revealing & sharing the “wisdom of kabbalah,” with the general public!
Blessings from Cancún, México. Shalom!
- May 21, 2023 at 4:23 pm EDT #320529Abogado Carlos MortheraParticipant
The notion of our capacity to perceive subjective reality, allows the possibity for correcting its parameters, in order to perceive another subjective reality, aiming to attaining equivalence of form with the Upper Force’s, Thought of Creation!
Again, MANY thanks to KabU for revealing the kabbalah’s wisdom, to ALL of mankind.
Shalom & best wishes from Cancún, México.
- May 20, 2023 at 1:18 pm EDT #320468JoshuaParticipant
I felt a shift in my perception of reality after this lesson. Makes me feel more responsible for my own personal reality.
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