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The altruistic desires called Galgalta ve Eynaim need to be corrected first and
next the egoistic desires called AHP. At the end of this process everything
merges back into one common Kli. That is why the difference between the
altruistic Vessels and the egoistic all comes down to the timing of correction.
The time for Galgalta ve Eynaim’s correction has come and their desires are
exposed. They have reached a higher degree of development.
On the other hand, the AHP cannot proceed to the correction of their desires
as these are still hidden in a latent state.
But when the time comes, we will realize how much bigger are the AHPs’
desires compared to Galgalta ve Eynaim’s. As soon as these souls begin their
correction, the already corrected souls of Galgalta ve Eynaim will be able to
rise thanks to them.
The egoistic Kelim, the AHP, by virtue of their forthcoming correction, place
high demands on Galgalta ve Eynaim, the altruistic Kelim. Many of the latter
have not yet started their correction and obstruct the correction of the
In order to reach the spiritual world, our generation needs to read very
specific literature.
Today it is the Talmud Esser HaSefirot. 500 years ago, it was books written
by the Ari, Rabbi Isaac Luria. Before the Ari it was the Book of Zohar.
Each generation is offered a special book serving as a key to enter the
spiritual world. This book corresponds to the development of the souls of the
given generation.
Once a person actually reaches the spiritual world, he may read all the books
because he now sees that each one of them is suitable for him.
Matching the spiritual world, achieving its attributes, means observing
internally all its laws. As a consequence, the soul evolves.
When the time of complete attainment comes: all worlds – spiritual and
material – will merge into a single whole. Man will then be able to live in all
worlds at the same time.
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