The scientific exploration, attainment of the “Creator” (or Nature’s single operating force)

Opinion from the Internet about Kabbalah:

Kabbalah is a religion. I studied it for a short time. There’s one human race. We’re all in search of being the best human being. However we want to define ourselves’. Bottom line’ we’re all in search of fulfilling an emptiness within us. I’ve read countless books, studied many religions. Have a degree in psychology. Knowledge knowledge knowledge! Big deal! If you can explain “in detail” how the god in you”was formed in the womb of a woman”. And the breath you breathe is your own. I didn’t think so 🧐. It is God Almighty! who gives us breath to live. It’s mankind that takes it away….Arrogance & Pride, go hand in hand.

There are many different teachings, methods that is the name Kabbalah, or associate themselves with Kabbalistic teachings, methods that are like religion, mysticism, New Age spirituality.

The “version” of Kabbalah I study is neither.

It is - many call authentic Kabbalah - an empirical, Natural science that studies Human nature compared to Nature’s perfect system. And its purpose is to facilitate the inherently egotistic, self-serving, self-justifying Human beings to acquire, “clothe into” Nature’s perfect, selfless, altruistic qualities.

The symbolic language Kabbalists use describes this as reaching equivalence with the “Creator” (or Nature) and through that equivalence recognizing, actually, tangibly feeling this singular force that gave us, and nurtures life.

And the process unfolds by reestablishing Humanity as a single, fully integrated species, acting, feeling itself as a united “super-organism”, with an unprecedented collective mind, intelligence that is capable of detecting, comprehending the single governing force of reality.

So instead of religion that believes in a single, all-encompassing force governing all, authentic Kabbalah can help us, in a practical, scientific manner to actually feel and use that governing force, to become active, mutual, conscious partners with it.

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Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.