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The Thought of Creation On the Individual, Humanity, and Their Ultimate Perfection In Thought of Creation, Rav Ashlag describes the process of the original Creation, which is highly relevant today because life is a continuous replication of the original Creation. With this wisdom we can take personal responsibility in handling our affairs, create positive events, and ultimately design a better future. The original thought of the Creator was to give humanity endless life full of joy and happiness, so He formed a perfect universe, free of chaos, pain and suffering. He also wanted to give us the greatest gift of all Ã¢â‚¬â€œ free will, something neither animals nor angels possess. In order to exercise free will and the blessings of sharing, independence, and the ability to create, He allowed us to leave his perfect world. This resulted in a temporary flawed physical universe in which we can work to bring it into perfection. Rav Ashlag states that our true essence is the Desire to Receive. He explains how to expand our vessel of receiving without the side effects of ego, by transforming our receiving into acts of sharing. Through this illuminating text we can learn to break through our limitations by receiving help from Above, understanding the structure of the soul, the process of Creation, and the purpose of death and resurrection. In his uniquely enlightened language, the author reveals how each and every individual soul is interconnected with all other souls, and how we affect each other by our actions. Each of us has a responsibility to help recreate this world, says Rav Ashlag, and by using the tools of Kabbalah and the Zohar we can bring it to perfection with peace, love, joy and fulfillment resounding in every corner of the universe. Rav Yehuda Ashlag Born in Poland in 1886, Kabbalist Rav Yehuda Ashlag is revered by students of Kabbalah as one of the most profound mystics and spiritual teachers of the 20th Century. Among his many accomplishments was the firstever translation of the Zohar from its original Aramaic into Hebrew. Rav Ashlag felt a powerful need to reveal the wisdom of Kabbalah to the massesm which had previously been prohibited. This desire led him to found the Kabbalah Cente in Jerusalem in 1922, making the wisdom widely available for the first time, and thus passing on a legacy that continues to this day through Kabbalah Centre International, its teachers and students worldwide. He was the teacher and spiritual master of Rav Yehuda Brandwein, to whom leadership of The Centre was passed when Rav Ashlag died in 1954. In turn, when Rav Brandwein died in 1969, he designated Kabbalaist Rav Berg to lead The Centre.
|Autor:||Rav Yehuda Ashlag|