June 10, 2020
Originally recorded: June 9, 2020
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Transitioning from our limited perception to our unlimited potential
Thinking of ourselves of unable or unworthy is what disconnect us from our true potential
The Light always provides us with the strength we want and need
We have to maintain the consciousness that we can reach our next level of evolution, trusting that with the help of the Light our Soul prevails
Sometimes feeling unlimited it can also be the ego, the way to identify it is by noticing entitlement and thinking that we alone can reach our greatest potential
Begging the assistance of the true force that goes beyond ourselves, beyond our limited mind, which is yearning the help of the Light
A true vessel gives maximum effort while being humble, has certainty in the Light, and yearns with full heart the assistance of the Light
Reflecting on our lives: do we make the maximum effort to achieve a positive transformation? Are we aware that we alone cannot fully advance? Do we trust the Light completely that whatever happens is for our greatest good, and that the Light is the source of our strength? Do we ask for the intervention of the Light to help us move forward?
The holy covenant is the open heart
When the Light presents situations to us is because we can face them
Less effort more entitlement, more effort less complaining
The portion Shlach Lecha guides us to reconnect to our true essence. In this lesson, we learn the importance of doing the maximum effort, having certainty in the Light, recognizing that the Light is the source of all goodness and strength, and begging the assistance of the Light because only through Its help we can achieve our greatest potential.
Written 2,000 years ago by Rav Shimon Bar Yochai, the Zohar explains all of the secrets of the Bible, the Universe and every aspect of life.The Zohar class is a weekly journey to understand the energy and challenges that will confront us during the week and how we can elevate our consciousness to prevent chaos from occurring in our lives.
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