By Michael Laitman
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On the other dreds of years ago, and The hand, if you study it with an honest desire Book of Zohar was written to come in touch with your spiritual nature, almost 2,000 years ago, he you’re likely to be thoroughly satisfied by this study. However, even if you’re looking has taken it on himself to for easy answers and something resonates interpret them for us. This here, that’s all for the good as well. way, we can come to know what these ancient Kabbalists knew, and experience the spiritual worlds for ourselves.
This way, it keeps itself in balance, enabling you to measure, in this case, the volume and pitch of a sound. But here’s the hitch: for this type of perception to occur, there must be some uniting element between the perceiver and the object of perception. In the case of our hearing it’s the eardrum. But what’s the uniting force that can tie our perception to the Creator? Perhaps what we need is a “spiritual eardrum,” which would have the same quality as what’s given out by the Creator? Well, such an “eardrum” exists; it is the intention introduced in Chapter 2.
Eventually, these students that Abraham would invite into his tent became the first study group in the history of Kabbalah. Moses The name Moshe (Moses) comes from the Hebrew word Moshech (pulling), as in pulling out of this world. Moses was different than other Kabbalists in that alongside his revelations, he was ordered to publicize them in writing and establish learning centers. Moses had 70 disciples, and Yehoshua Ben Nun (Joshua, the son of Nun) was the one who succeeded him. Moses did more than research the Upper World.
A Guide to the Hidden Wisdom of Kabbalah by Michael Laitman