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TLE - Rav Berg - #12 - Journey of the soul part 2 #1

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...and you can't see a thousand trees, you can't see a million trees cause you can't look at a million trees at the same time so how do you get reality of a tree when you focus in – oh this is a forest but if you see everything else, like the trees are all... you know... you ever see before you zoom in What happens? Doesn't look like trees do they? Right? Doesn't look like trees. If it's not zoomed in on one you know, it could look like a fog.... right? If you ever want to see this idea of what focus means. But then all you see is one tree what we are trying to do now, is get that "Or Yashar" Or Yashar with its infinite restrictions, which are infinite creations of new universes, until the ultimate until the ultimate. What is the ultimate? The physical reality. But, we don;t want to start from the physical reality, we would like to be sure that the progression is the right progression. Not like someone who has, let's say, multiple sclerosis. What's the problem with multiple sclerosis? Everything contained in the body of that individual is the same as exists all over, except kind of the wires are not exactly fitting in place. Know what I mean? He wants to eat, the message comes 'you really mean the bathroom' you know, there's no cohesion. The whole picture isn't brought together. In essence, that's what happens in our mind. There's multiple sclerosis in the mind. All the time, that's right. That's why we get mixed up, we get frustrated, depressed and the whole bit. Why? Because we're focused in. How do you get out of that? We learned it in Volume 2. How do you get out of that? Restriction. But, that's not enough he's saying. Volume 3 says that's not enough. Volume 3 says you've got to know you've got to establish in your own mind now that computer, but with all of its parts. In Volume 2 we established the totality. Right? Everything is there before, restriction - and everything again becomes revealed. That was the totality of everything. Keter to Malchut, and back to Keter. What about the in-between things? They don't count? (audience) Now we're studying the mechanics of it. That's right. And by studying the mechanics, this is the greatest revelation that I learned. By studying the mechanics and knowing the mechanics, you're making the connection. But what mechanics are we studying? The mechanics of how to make the best computer in the world? Or the mechanics of making THIS the best computer in the world? Which one are we doing? We're not going to study computers... that can't make no decisions for itself! The only decisions it can make is to the extent of what? What ultimately I put in physically! I write out the program! Is that right, Shlomo? Could it get more of what the program is going to tell it? (audience) Within the framework... But the frame that who establishes? We! Nothing more! Now, what happens if I want to step back before that? Before that, do it all here. And maybe I don't even need the computer, because the computer is going to focus for me! That's what we are going to learn now and that's what he's saying now: "But remember... (Hebrew) unfortunately, or fortunately, because I'm saying fortunately we're removing bread of shame, which is the purpose. So we've got to come down to that Malchut, but understand that it goes through a series of progression a very defined method by which you arrive at Malchut at the mud at the physical reality level, but all of that happened long before, in thought. Maybe even before thought. Because the further you.... you know, maybe it happened two years ago when someone told me something and the thought didn't register. Does it ever happen? And two years later - "Huh!".... It happens not RIGHT HERE it happens so far back so the more you encompass, the more you go back, how do you go back? "What do you mean 'go back'? I'm here now!" So he's telling you, if you can establish these proper ten vessels, know how they work, and he goes "why do I have to know how they work?" "what's it gonna do for me?" What's it gonna do for me? Because by knowing how it works you have already established and what we consider to be so far, it seems to be reality when I say reality, it makes total logic it takes care of every situation. Because there have been very few questions that we have raised that we couldn't come out with...maybe it's not a rational answer, maybe it wasn't so logical, but it certainly seems to exist that way. It doesn't contradict everything around us. In fact, it seems to conform more to what is around us then anything else, So why not accept this? But it's not that we accept it on a robotic conscious level. This is what we're learning now we could be more technical and you know what happens, like I said on Hanukkah, here I'm telling people the meditation you know, we are getting into the יהוה, אדני I mean, my first tape is beautiful you know what I mean? The minute I start getting into the mechanics... oh, if we can only leave out the mechanics and we just leave it, you know, meditate back on the Samech (ס) and on the Gimel (ג) all of a sudden I throw out you know, 72, 43... you know, I'm getting into the mechanics... People don't like mechanics. By nature nobody wants mechanics that's why we even have computers, who wants the mechanics you know everything that can be left to the mind but the answer is the mind can only work to the extent of the mechanics that come out, at the end someone comes out with the mechanics who comes out with the mechanics details I'm gonna leave that to the production man, right ...I'm gonna leave that to the mathematician I'm gonna leave that to the physicist What are you leaving to them? You're not going to give them any thought of what you want right they are just all of a sudden you call in this think tank and say "fellas, think!" Is that the way you usually do it? When you call in a crew to help you in formulating a new thing How do you do it? (audience) You give them the thing you want Oh you do give them the thing you want before? Or you tell them to think So who's giving him the thing? And what are they gonna think about Only about what you're giving him to think about So you don't want the details, right They're gonna handle the details, is that what you just said? How stupid that is they will only handle to the extent of what they can read of what you want What do you want If it's not already all there in your own mind what are you transferring to them that's not clear, that's not organized that also sounds logical now in other words things in the mind, the mechanics have to all be there so sure, we would rather not have the mechanics you know details, who likes details nobody likes details you know, let someone else, you know, do the details of the thing what's the chief executive officer of GM, he's going to tighten the screw on the... gonna take up his time with tightening a screw but if he didn't have a vision of that you've got to tighten the screw in an automobile who's gonna think of tightening the screw in an automobile that means that someone along the way had to think about tightening the screw so that's again the illusionary part you know, want to say oh (snaps fingers) thought genius it's all over with never never What happened with Einstein's Theory of Relativity when he thought about the genius, the idea, what happened nothing then the mathematician came in the detail guys all came in but did he work with them or he said go ahead here is a theory I have and work it out no he had to work it out in his own mind because even if it wasn't worked out in his own mind they wouldn't know what he wants So he was the one who was working together with them to work it out mathematically maybe he wasn't so good (in) mathematics so he called in somebody to assist him But the process all went through his own mind it's the same thing here on Hanukkah, what it's all about Beautiful, wow! I present a whole new concept of Hanukkah. It's not more Sufganiyot in Israel, which means the jelly rolls, it's no more Christmas trees in America, it's no more sharing of gifts of Hanukkah, it's something entirely new. And I can see why they'll tell me "Here's a man coming with a new religion", as some have said. There's only one problem - what's the problem? You gonna still have to light the candles, you gonna still have to make the.... That's the trouble! That's the whole trouble! This man does everything we do! That's the trouble... Oh, years ago... if he would only become a "mechalel Shabbat', if I only wasn't a Sabbath observer, everything would have been fine! No criticism! But how can he come with these new ideas and yet, he's still doing everything else that we're doing! And he looks like a Jew yet, also (audience) and these people who wear white on Shabbat That's right! That's a new religion already. For people, that "white business", you have no idea! That "white business" on Shabbat, how disruptive that is, how distressing that is (audience) Everybody in the neighborhood is talking about it. That's right, you have no idea. Nothing else is mentioned! The white! That already is totally different! New ideas... But...how do they pray there? A little distressing because it conforms well, in the middle they have thoughts, they do certain things, distressing. You see, everything that... where it's not conformed on the physical level it becomes very distressing. But any event, we are not doing things of white because we want to be different. Neither am I coming out with the thought of Hanukkah because, listen - it's true. I'm coming out with new ideas. Everybody likes new ideas, right? wow new ideas they're old ideas Nothing is mine. It's been there It's in the Ari, in Rabbi Shimon long before I thought about it Maybe I'm bringing it more down to a level of Malchut focusing, restricting it, bringing it down but nothing is new that's what we're trying to do get back to not the new stuff you know what I mean by the new stuff you know, new automobiles the focusing, right the industrial revolution has done what? One thing that the industrial revolution achieved: how to reduce man to reduce man and we now want to create the opposite

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