Presenting Kabbalah

Laitman's presentation at the public panel before students and teachers from the universities of Berkeley and Stanford. he wisdom of Kabbalah (reception in Hebrew), as its name implies, teaches us how to receive. It explains how we perceive our surrounding reality. To understand who we are, we must first learn how we come to sense reality around us, and how to cope with the events that befall us. The wisdom of Kabbalah provides us with all these insights. The wisdom of...

Giordano Bruno 15481600

This Italian philosopher, astronomer, mathematician, and occultist was ahead of his time. His theories anticipated modern science. The most notable of these were his theories of the infinite universe and the multiplicity of worlds, in which he rejected the traditional geocentric (Earth-centered) astronomy and intuitively went beyond the Copernican heliocentric (Sun-centered) theory, which still maintained a finite universe with a sphere of fixed stars. Bruno is, perhaps, chiefly remembered for...

Rabbi Yehuda Leib HaLevi Ashlag Baal HaSulam 18841954

. they have no scientific solution as to how is it possible for a spiritual object to have any kind of contact with physical atoms and to bring them to any kind of motion. We need only the wisdom of Kabbalah in order to move a step forward here, in a scientific manner, for all the teachings of the worlds are included in the wisdom of Kabbalah. .the reincarnation occurs in all objects of the tangible reality, and each object, in its own way, lives an eternal life. And although our senses tell us...

Picturing Reality

We might compare a human being to a closed box with sensors eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and hands, representing the five senses sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. As we have previously said, the fundamental principle in perceiving reality is that of equivalence of Form, which means equilibrium of pressures. The senses function as sensors, each with a different reaction to the pressure, depending on the make up of the sensor. The sight sensor evokes a reaction of light, darkness, and colors the...

The Reaction Of The Senses

We exist in the world, but we do not know what is outside of us. For example, we do not know what exists outside our ears, we cannot identify the something that pressures our eardrum. All we feel is our own reaction to that something. Hence, the name we give an exterior phenomenon is actually the name of our own reaction to it. Quite possibly, there are different frequencies or phenomena from those that we create inside our ears. However, our ears react in a unique manner to the unknown...