By Michael R. Kellogg

This present day curiosity in Kabbalah has exploded around the globe. thousands of individuals are looking for solutions as to what this old knowledge fairly is, and the place they could locate real guide. With such a lot of conflicting rules approximately Kabbalah on the net, in books, and within the mass media, the time has ultimately arrived to respond to humanity's desire, and exhibit the knowledge to all who really wish to understand. In Wondrous knowledge you'll obtain the 1st steps, an preliminary path on Kabbalah, established completely on genuine teachings handed down from Kabbalist instructor to scholar over millions of years. provided inside is a series of classes revealing the character of the knowledge and explaining the strategy of achieving it. for everyone wondering Who am i actually? and Why am I on the earth? this ebook is an absolute needs to.

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But if a person takes time to seriously reflect why he or she performs any given action, even actions of the highest morality, there is only one conclusion that explains all acts. period. 36 D E S I R E – T H E F U E L T H AT D R I V E S U S This is an exceptionally hard axiom to grasp. As a teacher of Kabbalah, I find most beginning students struggle with such a concept. I instantly receive a litany of examples from students trying to show that the above statement is dead wrong. Some of these examples include the millions of people who give to charities every day, a man throwing himself on a hand grenade during a war to save kids, Mother Theresa building orphanages for children, the list is virtually endless.

But once the point in the heart begins to stir and demand, we begin to sense a faint question that turns into a desperate plea to know the purpose of our lives. This burning question becomes so intense that we finally reach a point where, without the answer to that question, we simply cannot go on living. When we reach a stage where the point in the heart begins to stir, and we begin that process of revealing the Creator, we suddenly feel drawn to something exalted. That attraction is misinterpreted.

At some point, any of us would simply say “no thanks,” mainly stemming from that feeling of shame, that feeling that we are not doing our part. We decline because this minute amount of shame would make us miserable. Multiply that sense of shame several million times over and one begins 50 A P O I N T I N T H E H E A RT – T H E S O U L to understand what kind of shame is involved with regard to taking pleasure from the Creator for one’s own enjoyment while sensing Him. Our souls simply cannot do it.

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