HANG ON TIGHT!

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The great Kabbalist R. Elimelech, who lived a few centuries ago in Poland, says just before the Messiah arrives, the Creator will wind a rope around the earth. Everyone will hang on tight. The rope will then shake violently. Wildly. Flinging it back and forth, up and down.

Those who retain their ego, who refuse to unify and look for the good in the people whom they disagree with; those who choose to spread lies & darkness, they will let go of the rope, thinking that is the way to safety.  They will probably believe in the very lies they tell and believe that their darkness is actually Light.

Those who seek peace, who let go of their indulgent ego and fight all the doubts and negative thoughts and skepticism that come to test us, they will retain their certainty in the wisdom of Kabbalah. They will know to hang onto that rope and to their teachers.

So hang on and hang on tight. The shaking of the rope has begun. The world has been shaken right off the rails.

Oh, and by the way — the rope is also our consciousness. And the shaking is the barrage of negative thoughts that bombard our brain every day and every hour. The doubts. Uncertainty. Cynicism. Hanging onto the rope means keeping certainty in Kabbalah. The Centre. The lineage. Our Zohar.

No matter what.

By the way, no matter what means: No Matter What!

Letting go of the rope means letting go of our certainty and connection to the Centre. Our teachers. Our Zohar. Our lineage.

Good luck.

Billy Phillips

Billy Phillips has been a student of Kabbalist Rav Berg and Karen Berg since 1989. He has been instrumental in helping to make Kabbalah accessible for the masses working on both private and public projects under the guidance of Kabbalist Rav Berg. He has lectured on a variety of topics, most notably the profound connection between Kabbalah, Christianity, Islam and the world of Science.

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4 Responses

  1. Cecil says:

    I recently read a Kabbalah teaching that basically said the whole purpose of our existence was to gain certainty in our connection with The Creator/God. There seems to be two aspects to this teaching that relate to your article (1) Connecting to the creator. (2) Being certain that what you have connected to is in fact The Creator. It seems to me that true spiritual teachings and practices such as those of Kabbalah give us the means to make this connection. It also seems to me that the certainty of the connection can only be provided by the providence or the grace of God, it is not something we can do on our own. How to awaken or obtain this providence/Grace of God is the real issue?

  2. Tziporah says:

    Well said Billy!

  3. Leah says:

    This message is simple, to the point and so very important. Thank you for sharing your voice.

  4. Kenton says:

    Thank you Billy. I have been feeling a tremendous personal and corporate negativity, beyond what I feel capable of bearing. This gives me an entirely new perspective to consider.

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