A few Kabbalistic insights into the dynamics of prayer, the purpose of life and the way to speed up the arrival of what we call “messiah” or world peace.

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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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  1. “Your prayers on behalf of your own self will never be heard.”
    According to my personal experience and observation that above statement is untrue.

    Prayer is a solemn request containing two important aspects.
    The utterance and the fulfillment.

    The request is expressed at least in whispering,
    taking a prayer into the Universe/God in a vibrational motion.

    The answer is received accordingly to (our) the will of both.
    God has never ever failed me because I always believed him.

    My Father used to say: “For good things to happen in life my son, you have to sincerely ask, wait and see.”
    Uncertainty, impatience and unbelief cancel the prayer.

    Anyway, with God everything is possible.
    Now share it.

    And the hidden secret about is that I never doubt my Dad.



    With all respect to the Almighty Power, Omnipresence, Omnipotence, All Knowing God and Father by the end of the day, He is my Dad and He wants only good to happen in my life. He’s got a purpose for me to exist in this world.

    I’m special.

    I’m special,
    In the entire world there is nobody like me.

    Since the beginning of time,
    there has never been another person like me.

    Nobody has my smile.

    Nobody has my eyes,
    my nose, my hair, my hands, my voice.

    I’m special.

    Nobody anywhere has my taste for food,
    or music, or art.

    No-one sees things just as I do.
    In all of time there has been
    no-one who laughs like me,
    no-one who cries like me.

    And what makes me laugh and cry
    will never provoke identical laughter and tears
    from anybody else, ever…

    I’m beginning to see that God made me special
    for a special purpose.
    He must have a job for me
    that no-one else can do as well as I …

    Thom Shultz (exerpt

  3. The Light that shines from the infinite unknowable force called God, contains all the answers to our prayers. This Light can be likened to electricity. Its always present. If you plug in a lamp, the light goes on in a room. If you stick your finger into the socket, you get a shock. The first action is what we call “reward”. the second action is what we often call “punishment.” In both cases the electricity never changed. Rather, HOW we interacted with it determined its effect in our lives. Its just there. Always present. Now, if you disconnect the lamp from this force, there is darkness. So an answered prayer really means we connected to the “God current”. Unanswered prayers means we disconnected and unplugged. And chaos and pain is because we have stuck our finger in the proverbial light socket. Prayers get answered when achieve “affinity” with the force of Light. Sharing causes our prayers to ascend and unify with the LIght because of their identical nature. We share. The Light shares. Connection. THIS is why we pray for others. Being opposite of the Light creates repulsion and disconnection. If we pray for ourself, we are receiving and thus we are opposite of the Light and we disconnect. That is the essential concept behind prayer. Now, the prayers men use each morning are more like “conditioning agents” in the words of Rav Berg, that serve to diminish the reactive, selfish receiving nature of man. So that is the general idea

  4. Susan says:

    But nothing is “all or nothing”. Everything is shades of gray. I’m not trying to be argumentative, only trying to understand. If I pray to win the one million dollar lottery, my prayer won’t be heard. What if I pray to win the lottery so that I can keep 20% of the winnings for myself, while truly intending to give 80% of the winnings to charities? Will the charity receive 800 thousand some other way while I receive nothing? Or, how about a non-materialistic example: if I pray for my children’s happiness, knowing full well that their happiness makes me happy, thus knowing that, by praying for their happiness, I’m also praying for my own happiness, will my prayer be answered? In other words, prayers can have ulterior motives. The same prayer can have many motives. A further complication is that an ulterior motive might be selfish or unselfish. Your electricity analogy is either on or off. But I think real life can be anywhere between those extremes. Can you provide another example? Perhaps more like tuning in to a radio station?

  5. DeeAnna says:

    Please pray for me I am at my wits end , for something like 20 years I’ve been in a very dysfunctional and abusive Baptist family.. I spent the past 20 years trying to keep them from killing or harming themselves or each other or others.. only to be stuck on the outside looking in .. made a scapegoat for their sins as though I did not have enough of my own .. now I just feel like an outsider in my own home ..
    My daughter and her husband and their son my grandson..they now have problems that seem like my family and I have somehow absorbed the preachers family’s generational curses..
    My son in law and grandson don’t seem to like each other and .. well I’m not Job .. It truly feels like a bad spirit that troubled the preachers family now troubles me and mine cause I tried to help them tried to fix their problems but my life never really mattered to them..

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