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The Writings of Rav Ashlag
The Thought of Creation

Everything is Always Good

Published: June 18, 2019
Originally recorded: October 9, 2018

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Lesson Highlights

  • Every experience that we have from the Light’s perspective is real enlightenment
  • Separating the illusion from our true essence, dissolves also the feeling of pain
  • Part of the process of correction we need to feel the pain while recognizing that it is not real or lasting. When the Rav Berg says “give me more”  is not about wanting more pain, but desiring more of that present experience to nullify the klipot
  • Pain is the Light of fulfillment trying to get into our lives
  • Bad experiences are a process of eliminating the klipot
  • Asking forgiveness doesn’t eliminate bad experiences

Lesson Description

In this lesson, Eitan Yardeni explores pages 39-41 of the book, The Thought of Creation by Rav Ashlag, and explains that it is the illusionary and temporary part of our existence, the physical aspect, that experiences pain and suffering. Rav Ashlag reminds us that everything that comes from the Light is always good, and aimed at the expansion and evolution of our individual and collective soul.

About This Course

Rav Yehuda Ashlag, the founder of the Kabbalah Centre in 1922, shared all the insights he gained from the depth of his studies of Kabbalah in several written works, one of the most powerful and inspiring is The Thought of Creation which helps us understand the dynamic of the physical world and gives us tool to elevate our consciousness to the original intention of the Light for our lives.

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