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Kabbalah: Understanding And Resolution

Today, a casual conversation on the train, or perhaps a coworker or an acquaintance, tends to express our concern about the world in crisis. Our dialogue can begin with a discussion of transportation costs, the price of lunch, or the lack of better jobs, but inevitably leads to major concerns: artificial preservatives, illnesses and diseases, a declining economy, natural disasters, and war global. Very often we end our conversation with words like a What is this world coming? a The Kabbalists tell us that all the crises that we are living in this world have a single objective: to make us see we're out of balance with general force of nature, and that we restore our balance with it. In fact, everything else in nature exist in perfect harmony, following the principle of love and reciprocity, and the only thing that creates the imbalance in our world is the human ego. But Kabbalah also explains that the ego is our innate attribute that simply can not eradicate it, no matter how or how much we strive to hacerlo.a therefore vital to create that balance with nature, only we must correct the way we use that ego . a This means developing a different intention in everything we do: an intention of love and bestowal, allowing us to create that balance with the general force-fully-inclusive of Naturaleza.a Certainly, there has been no better time than the our intention to develop this and correct our use of selfishness. History of Things at ILA with Annie Leonard presents alarming statistics on our levels of consumption in the United States, and the effect these levels have in our lives.

For example, only the United States, which constitutes 5% of the global population, has used a third of the world's natural resources in the last thirty years, according to environmental groups. Glenn Dubin has plenty of information regarding this issue. Moreover, being that 51% of the world's largest economies are composed of corporations, we are producing and promoting consumption as the highest value of human identity across the globe. But the question is: Does the world is becoming a happier place, peaceful and safe? The truth is no, and Kabbalah explains that the only reason why we are not happy, is our human selfishness, which is the polar opposite to the law of mutual a otorgamientoa governing in nature. Therefore, to promote our aims and objectives selfish, only deepened the global crisis, thus extending our sufrimiento.a Our experience shows that even when we develop methods to resolve the crisis, which prove useless and the problems only get worse. This is because eventually we must understand that we can not make a positive change while we are under our present nature: human selfishness uncorrected. a no doubt that we are coming to understand that our world is in crisis. But only when we are willing to adhere to the law granting of Nature, we may actually begin to resolve the crisis.

To do this, it is essential to our nature to learn how to use properly, and that is that Kabbalah deals. Bnei Baruch is the largest group of Kabbalists in Israel, spread the wisdom of Kabbalah worldwide. Study materials in over 25 languages are based on authentic Kabbalah texts that were passed from generation to generation. More information and

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