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From Chaos to Harmony

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...and sublime value in and of itself, regardless of the social recog- nition it grants. In doing so, we will find that this attitude is actually a sou... ...ery long time and protected her. A female monkey that had lost her sight was granted special guard by the males. A male baboon whose brother had an... ..., the social esteem, and hence self-es- teem, and the power to control that it grants us. This egoistic attitude toward others creates imbal- ance and... ...rd others, and is expressed in caring about others’ well-being. This attitude grants perfect joy, since by creating this kind of bonding with others... ...reward will be relief from suffering on every realm in life. We will also be granted a new sense of meaning and substance in our lives. However, wh... ...r Six: The Road to Freedom 101 ground and its shape is completely lost, a new bud of wheat still grows from its inherent essence. The first fac- tor...

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Kabbalah Revealed

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...ds, we live our lives as comfortably as we can, but we take our existence for granted without asking about its purpose. But is it really that obviou... ... This similarity is called “equivalence of form” with the Creator. Having it grants its owner the same perception and knowledge as that of the Crea... ...and voluntary act. Because our will to receive constantly An Old Prayer Lord, grant me strength to change what I can change, courage to accept what ...

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Kabbalah for Beginners

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...at these guidelines are the only way to study Kabbalah in a way that will grant the student spiritual perception. But Baal HaSulam also says there a... ...hat it has no copyrights; it belongs to everyone. Know Your Limi Ts Lord, grant me strength to change what I can change, courage to accept what I ca...

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The Kabbalah Experience

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...agony. When pleasure comes, we accept it as something natural and take it for granted, think- ing, “I deserve it.” When pain comes, we resent it and ... ...ves to change. We can only change if we are changed from Above. If we are not granted new attributes from Above, nothing will help; not my words and... ...everything is in the hands of the Creator (“all is foreseen and permission is granted”). This is exactly what The Rambam dealt with. One should say ... ...be used in our search for a connection with the Creator. As we are gradually granted new, greater desires, we should first gather our strength in or... ...ves. How? Through the method called “the wisdom of Kabbalah.” Nature did not grant us the power to change ourselves. That is why we need not ask Hi... ... to cross over. Just as a seed must rot completely in the ground before a new bud grows, so must our desires. The present desire must “rot” entirely...

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