However, still not we see that he is kindly although we yearn for discover and experience it as such. Therefore, called to this singular concealment stage and what we feel that it prevents us from seeing that it’s good, we call the (internal) barrier. The study of the Kabbalah during this stage leads us to go focusing and refining our petition by power feel to the creator as kindly. The answer to this domestic demand is experienced as the opening of our barrier internal when we leave our narrow world towards a vast and unlimited – world world top – or, in other words, when we moved from the unseen world to the revealed. THE stages of revelation: Fear and love after that we enter in the upper world, we discover a totally different reality. Suddenly, we discover that what they had experienced in life was like a dream, compared with what we see and feel now, as well as in the verse, were as dreaming (Psalms, 126: 1). The Kabbalists call this stage fear because as the man comes to see the work of the creator as good and the how kindly feels fearful by being unable to reciprocate to the creator.
It then ascends to the level of love that is already trained to correspond, actively, to the love of the creator towards him. UNCONDITIONAL love in the first part of the stage of love, man comes to discover the treatment of the creator as a kindly, in everything related to his personal life, but still don’t see that the creator is good with all of humanity. Therefore, this epoch is called conditional love, because man does not even see the goodness of the creator in absolute form. To understand this last enigma in his development, man ascends to the next and maximum degree called unconditional love. In this degree, the highest spiritual level, the man discovers that the creator has always been kindly, not only himself, but also with the rest of the beings of the world. Then it is filled with an infinite love for the creator and finally achieved the long-awaited accession to the. ** The Rav Dr. Michael Laitman is master in cibernetica, doctor in philosophy and Kabbalah, Professor of ontology and theory of knowledge. He is founder and President of Bnei Baruj and Institute Ari, in Israel. More information at and Michael Laitman