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Hi Everyone welcome to the fourth session of the power of Kabbalah three for the Kabbalah University I just want to remind all of us based on the last session we spoke about building desire we spoke about money expending our vessel and motivation and really some of those lessons are not just for the week since it's so essential to maintain craving and motivation and desire it's something we can use regularly go back and monitor ourselves then write ourselves new goals and go to the next level and the next level and of course it all depends how strong your desire is but to remind you that's where it all begins motivation, desire big desire, big vessel big potential for light so today we will speak about totally different topic that will help us to see a greater picture with our eyes, with our five senses and the regular spiritual work we are busy with which is more about the journey of the soul the metaphyisical aspect of what is our soul really what are the different parts of the soul what is the reason for reincarnation it is a big study in Kabbalah which the Zohar speaks about Rabbi Issac Luria speaks about now a little bit about understanding the concept of death and the journey that the soul goes through and what is the best way Kabbalistically to handle the body after death As well, what is the practical way to access some souls that departed this world in a way that can assist us and the entire world so let's begin the first time the different part of our soul the Kabbalists share that each one of us has five different parts to our soul and there is a code name to this level Now, a little bit about the old concept of heaven and hell, in a very, very simple level, and—the Rav Berg once spoke about it and said actually heaven and hell is the same place. It's a level of consciousness, it's not a physical place, it's the same place. So what's the difference, the experience is different. — and the story's about— a guy who wanted to check what's going on in heaven and hell, and he went to a lunch break and he saw, in both places in the lunch break, they have the same soup, with long spoons with a chain attached to their hands, and he sees the people of heaven happy and joyful and healthy, the people of hell aggravated, upset, angry but they have the same food and he wanted to see what's the difference. He went to the people of hell, and he saw that the only way they are eating the soup, because the spoon is so long, is by taking a bit of soup and throwing it in the air, because it didn't reach their mouth because it was too long and grabbing few drops of soup at the end of their lunch break and they're so aggravated and upset. He went to the people of Heaven same soup, same long spoons, but what did they do? They were feeding each other and so happy. So he asked the people of Hell, what's going on? Why can't you do the same? So they answer, don't you get it, we want to do the same, but we cannot because all our life we were into ourselves alone. And that's the reason we are suffering the consciousness we created all our life. So what is really Heaven? Heaven is our most elevated consciousness. So imagine the most elevated consciousness is constantly being for the sake of sharing, constantly outside myself alone, constantly revealing Light for others. That's what Heaven is about and let's say I get used to being into myself, into my comfort, into my house, into my money, into my issues into me, me, me. And I'm being thrown into that place that all day long is just about sharing. It will be a torture for me. It will be a Hell for me I just can't stand it. Because I can only be only what I earned, what I accomplished in this world. It's like a person that goes to Heaven and all day long it's gardening and he hates gardening. So gardening will be hell for him. So it's not about, one is going to be thrown towards punishment, another towards joy and blessings. Those stories simply, our purpose to reach Heaven on earth our purpose to read to elevate our consciousness to a place I love being a being of sharing, I love being outside of myself alone. I can't stand my ego, as I'm detached from it. The experience of my soul will be Heaven. As I'm attached to my ego and to my selfishness the experience of my soul will be Hell. We don't have to go far, we are now in a time that everything is so fast and we see clearly cause and effect, that in this world we are experiencing Heaven and Hell. Some of us in the same day experiencing those forces. This Kabbalistic meditation, that says a person needs to daily visualize as if this is the last day on earth and visualize the funeral and visualize people coming to my funeral and visualizing as eulogy speaks about the living Kabbalah system, about the whole concept, who is speaking, what people say about you, what the family remember. And the visualizing what is the missed opportunities in my life, if it's my last day, if this is my funeral, what do I wish would have happened, that I would have done, that I would have accomplished. Very often we live in a world that it will remain forever, always have the time and the opportunity and there is no urgency. Because that moment in each one of us somehow being in touch with people that their relative just left the world, or your own relatives, in that moment let us see the big picture because this transition when a person dies, first the Ruach, Neshamah The two higher levels of the soul, leaves the body the Nefesh stays with the body and sometimes it's pain and sometimes it's not pain it depends. Kabbalistically the idea of burial versus cremation, burial is the most useful thing for the elevation of the soul, because the earth and the body have affinity and when you bury the body of the deceased you allow actually the earth to take the energy of the body and to allow the release and elevation of the Nefesh the lower part to eventually join the other part. To join the consciousness of the other part and cremation the process of that elevation is much longer, but even if a person is buried, how fast the Nefesh the lower part, the part that actually feels the one percent, how long does it take it to release and elevate, depends on how much energy I gave to the Kilpot, to selfishness to my ego. The more I dealt in ego and myself, more power for the body to hold onto the Nefesh. What does that mean, it means practically, I'm not here to scare, it means more pain. It means feeling that process, less attached, easier elevation and moving on to the next level. But they don't mention that we spoke about the two extremes, righteous and wicked and in between there is all of us, which very often a person will leave this world because he accomplished a certain level of correction but in order to go to the next level he needs to change the scenery of his life, different parents, different sign of the zodiac, that will suit his next level of correction. So that's another reason why some people will leave this world it's because you finished the chapter you finished certain correction and your ready to go to the next level. Rabbi Isaac Luria tells us if a person, for three consecutive life times doesn't change anything. —No growth at all the soul no longer will come back. The correction will happen in a more painful way. Without the opportunity just to come back again. There are some souls that did so bad that they are not ready to come back and reincarnate. They are not ready just to be reborn to another baby. They are not ready and those can be wandering souls, those can be souls that for hundreds of years just wandering and looking for some relief. Which, brings us to the next concept. Is it possible, that while a person is alive a soul can attach to him and join him. Absolutely yes. When we speak about positive soul joining me for the sake of assisting me. We call it Kabbalistically "Ibur" Ibur comes from the word fetus- "Ubar" —As a fetus is part of the mother and not part of the mother, that soul that attached to me is part of me and has its own individual identity and there is something called dybbuk. What is dybbuk? It's when a negative soul, very often wandering soul, thats looking for an escape joining us. So, why do we need to know it? Practically, I would like to do everything in my power not to permit dybbuks to attach to me, negative soul attach to me and when we see very often schizophrenia it is connected to dybbuk. When you see strange crazy behaviour, of being attacked by another personality or another impulsive crazy, impulsive desires and behaviours and thoughts and often suicides. Very often, somehow we permitted dybbuk to enter into our system, negative soul. So, what are some of the things that might create us to be vulnerable to allow this negative soul in our life. What are some of the things? I'll share some of them - Rabbi Issac Luria share with us, if there is a major incident of anger in our life, major intense anger that actually can cause us totally to be vulnerable to allow dybbuk, wandering soul, a soul that is very low, limited that's looking for escape and joining someone because in that moment of anger, which is the way that the Kabbalists say is one of the worst actions or attitude that cause my pure soul to leave me and become vulnerable for a negative soul to enter in. That's one of the ways.— Extreme drugs, which Kabbalistically is considered to be direct Light, drawing direct energy without any resistance without any earning it. As well can permit another soul to come to us, dybbuk negative soul to attach to us. When a person you may be surprised, the Ari and the Zohar tell us, when a person walks alone at night, in a field not among homes lets say, alone, he's vulnerable for negative spirit to enter him. We learn it from the story of Jacob, even though he was righteous he walked alone at night. To be able to get back the little can of oil he forgot, he became vulnerable and negative spirits came and attacked him, of course he was strong and powerful and able to overcome. But the idea of being alone, we all came from one soul, so being isolated and alone is not what we came to do in this world. Especially at night, outside in the field, it's the time the Kilpot, the negativity, the wandering soul has more power and that's the time to try not to. Of course, we always recommend people to work with the Zohar, and other protection tools. That's another thing that might make us vulnerable for dybbuk. Another thing for dybbuk is sometimes people playing with seance, with a board, to float cup movements on and talking to dead souls. It's not necessarily the most positive thing. You might talk to souls but the souls are not necessarily really the parents it might be those little wandering souls that want to grab and enter in, will take information from the parents because they are still in the world of spirits, they see everything clearly, so they might give info that seems wow it's my dad but thats also a dangerous way to make ourselves vulnerable. But that the dybbuk, that's the negative. Let's go to the positive, what is Ibur according to Rabbi Isaac Luria, a person cannot go from level to another without assistance from other souls. From elevated souls that are alive and those elevated souls that are no longer alive in our life. Alive is about the teacher, it's about the Rav, its about those connections. But elevated souls that passed away, many of you have heard about the spiritual trips that we have in Israel, the energy tours. In those energy tours what actually are we doing, part of the tours we're visiting holy sites grave sites of righteous people, Rabbi Simeon bar Yochai Rabbi Isaac Luria, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob. Actually in those places, it's a satellite, it's the bridge between the 99% wall and the 1% wall. That visiting those sites every days of the year but there are unique days of the year which are more powerful than others. And in this time actually I can get spark of the soul of the righteous, spark of the soul of tsadik, that lived in that time. As you open yourself to that idea that we are really speaking about soul and connections, you do feel the energy some places more than others. There is a story from the Torah, about Kalev, that was one of the twelve head of the tribes that was sent to Israel to see if Israel is ready or not for the Israelites. And Kalev soul, the ten of them had such a bad consciousness, he's going to drown with them, he decided he has to risk his life to get support from the righteous. By visiting Abraham, Isaac and Jacob graveside, he connected to to the spirit and he had this Ibur, additional forces of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, protected him and to see the right path and not be affected by the negativity.— We would all Kabbalistically to ask support for others. — You know always when there be troubles in the world. The Rav would take a group of people, will go to Joseph the righteous, that's in charge of wars, that is in Schem (Nablus). Or any Kabbalists, the Rav's Teacher, Rav Brandwein, or Rav's teacher's, teacher Rav Ashlag and to ask for guidance to ask for clarity, to ask for support to ask for strength, it's not intellectual, it's opening our heart and our soul to join another spirit in our life. Kabbalistically in Shabbat -the food we are eating in Shabbat for example or in any spiritual connection in the holidays part of it is elevating sparks of soul, Ibur, little sparks of elevated souls, that can join us and can help us. When we study from the Zohar, when we study from the Ari, when we study from Rav Ashlag, we not just studying from the book intellectually mentioning the words, scanning those particular letters that they write, I'm actually connecting to the spirit, connecting to the soul of the righteous, that is joining me, that's called Ibur. Kabalistically there is a place for the mind and for the intellect and place for the heart. I need support, I need help, I need true connection. So those Iburs are essential. According to Ari HaKadosh who was teaching his student Rabbi Hayyim Vital, when a person does extreme actions of transformations, of letting go, of giving. He's permitting himself to have a huge soul joining him. And that soul will join him unless that person needs to go through a divorce —and he's really doing extreme transformation upon himself, he doesn't have the strength, ability and consciousness. High soul will come and will help him to go through this period. Because those souls in the realm of heaven, in the realm of souls look forward to support us. We just need to create desire and become open. So it all starts with desire, desire and craving to allow soul to attach to me. And what am I willing to do for this. The idea the Kabbalists speak about, serving your Rav, serving a master, it's not because the master Kabbalist needs us to serve them. It's actually a way by becoming one with that master, we are sharing and in their own way they are receiving from us because they want to connect and become one with us. We take aspects of their consciousness, aspect of their energy, and allow us to push forward towards next level. We all need support, We all need help, that's the concept of Iburs and the concept of dybbuk. What can we do with this information, practically. Again the study of reincarnation is essential to help us feel the bigger picture, to feel that we are not to our chores, I have to do one, two three every day. To share, to restrict to work on my tikkun. No there is a bigger picture, our soul is so greater that what we see. Our potential is so great, the more we study about the unseen about the big picture, journey of our soul, more internal motivation it brings to us. I will recommend you to study the book of the Rav Wheels of the Soul about reincarnation. It's another way that you can ignite and create motivation. I will recommend you to use the meditation, that Yehuda Berg is providing in Living Kabbalah System. Go and visualize yourself as if it is your last day, how would you feel. What would you wish to change and happen until you are getting that last day. Because that creates a great bigger perspective, about life and where am I today. Have a great journey, We'll talk soon. Thank you.

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