The four levels on which all life is based.
In the process of studying Kabbalah, one passes through many states of revelation and concealment of the Creator. Anthony Kosinec commentates on Baal HaSulam’s article The Creator’s Revelation and Concealment, which describes these states, and goes onto explain the importance of group study.
Kabbalists define the goal of studying Kabbalah as the goal of why we were created: to reach equivalence of form with the Creator. All the work in Kabbalah is aimed only at this goal, and in this lecture Anthony Kosinec illuminates some aspects of this work.
Anthony Kosinec introduces the process of gradual transformation that each of us goes through at every moment of our lives; the end of this process that Kabbalists have discovered we are being led to; the advantages of using the method Kabbalists have devised to speed up this process (the Path of Torah and Mitzvot), and the disadvantages of not using it (the Path of Pain).
Baal HaSulam, in his article The Freedom, described the structure of our ״I״ as embedded within four factors that determine our characteristics and behavior from within our genes and from our environment.
Anthony Kosinec describes the program that determines human nature, and where we have a choice in relation to this program.
Anthony Kosinec continues with the article that describes the person׳s path from complete concealment of the Creator to His full revelation.
There is None Else Beside Him is the article that encapsulates the entire methodology of Kabbalah.
The law of equivalence of form that operates to bring every part of nature to a state of complete balance. The method of Kabbalah is introduced in this episode as the means for humans to reach equivalence of form with nature at the level of thoughts.
Anthony Kosinec discusses the perception tool called ״the Screen״ that you can acquire through the Kabbalah method, how to use it, and what additional ability it can give you.