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April 25, 2024

The Guide to Develop a Positive Relationship with Nature

The Guide to Develop a Positive Relationship with Nature

The Key to Organizing Life in the Best Possible Way Today

The soul is like a computer program. Before it dresses in substance, it is no more than a thought, an idea, a collection of connections between events in various situations. The system the Creator built is also like a computer program; the Creator is the program. If we study it, we will be able to organize the situations we face in the best possible way for ourselves and for society. That program is not detached from our thoughts, rather it is inside us. But it is a still an object in and of itself.


Nature Is Unchanging

The program, the Creator, doesn’t change, no matter how much we might like it to. But thoughts and prayers, meaning our desires, are what change us. The Creator is a desire: “The desire to delight (please) the creatures.” As a result of past suffering, we become better suited for this program; we feel it is suitable for us, that it seems to treat us mercifully.

Kabbalah explains that the upper force, meaning the plan of the Creator, is complete, and it is only the vessels that change. Everything depends on the changes in the vessels, not on the light, because the light does not change.


To Develop a Positive Relationship with Nature Self Correction Is Needed

The light behaves intransigently, mercilessly. That modus operandi cannot be changed, because the light extends and works on the entire creation from its origin, from the point of the “end of correction,” the point where the creature is equal to the Creator. Hence, this condition and the operation of the light on us force us to reach the same situation. It is therefore obvious that if we do not aspire for the same thing, we find ourselves under the pressure of a vicious power that pushes toward the center.

The equivalence of form is tantamount to your consent with the plan. I compared the plan of the Creator to a computer program, because they are both unchangeable. You can scream at your computer all you want, but it will not answer you until you fix the problem yourself. So it is with humanity’s relationship with the Creator: before we correct ourselves, we have no reason to expect creation to treat us benevolently.


The Sensation that Nature Changes Is with Respect to an Individual’s Perception Only

We turn only to He who can change, and only when there is hope that He will change. But that is a common mistake made about the Creator. Malachi states very clearly: “I the Lord change not” (3:6), and indeed you are the one changing, although the Creator makes you think that it is He who changes and not you.

We are unaware of how much our sensory system depends on the emotions, on our vessels. The slightest change, and the whole world immediately looks completely different. But after a person crosses the barrier and feels the upper world, meaning the Creator, he or she begins to advance in spiritual degrees and feels that the Creator always changes with respect to him or her.

Awakening to Kabbalah by Dr. Michael Laitman“The Guide to Develop a Positive Relationship with Nature” is based on the book, Awakening to Kabbalah: The Guiding Light of Spiritual Fulfillment by Dr. Michael Laitman.

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