November 1, 2020
Your Kabbalah work is only another tool that you can choose to use while focusing on your inner level work. One reason I chose to study this work now is because I can feel the frequency of non-humanness behind it. As I sort through the frequency I am doing my best to divest the information of the color, tone and archetype of human interpretation vs that which is nonhuman.
As you already know, nonhuman interpretation does not mean benevolent. This means I also need to search the information for malevolent frequencies. For this reason it is important to know the frequency of your author so you can sort out the color, tone and archetype of the author from the information.
I have started some books with wonderful information. Then all of a sudden I run into information that makes me cringe. This is often done purposefully to engage you. Once you are engaged, you swallow everything because you may not be consciously sensitive to the change of directions. In some of my Kabbalah research I have found information that should not be public. Even reading the intros to some books felt evil and foreboding, definitely places I have no need to be.
Think about putting out a recipe for a nuclear bomb. Just because you have a recipe does not mean everyone should have access to it. Obviously anyone who tries to make one will have disastrous consequences. I do not want to know how to make something like this. There is much evil in the world disguised in ways that tempt people to participate. Or people do not realize it is evil until they have immersed themselves in it. Extricating your Self from such situations can be challenging. Discernment is paramount. Trusting in Source is paramount. From “The Red Sea Rules”, knowing that “the same God that led you in will lead you out” is paramount.
When people hear the word “Kabbalah” do they automatically think “spiritual”?
Do you realize that Kabbalah is not spiritual, but a set of “how-to” instructions for life?
Do most people immediately think “good” when they think of the word “spiritual”?
Do people consciously and/or unconsciously put something forward as spiritual/good when it can be the exact opposite?
Do you sometimes automatically make assumptions without digging into the frequency behind your assumptions?
Can communication of any kind, either inner or outer, be clear when it is based upon assumptions?
How challenging is it for clear communication to happen?
When you read, do the words clearly communicate?
Can evil be clearly communicated?
Can you always recognize evil?
If you unwittingly experience something evil, does this teach you to not assume, question more, and force you to put more faith in Self and Source?
What attracts you to study one body of work over another?
What does human vs nonhuman mean to you?