Posted on December 31st, 2010 at 2:35 pm, by Rav Michael Laitman.
The Book of Zohar affects a person in a special way. It’s enough for a person to read, listen, and desire to be connected, even virtually, with the group (it all could happen just to a small degree, to the extent that life allows a person to free himself for this book), and The Zohar starts developing the spiritual organ of perception in him. As it occurs, a person begins to experience changes, stages of development.
The Book of Zohar just needs to be read. It would be good to publish selected pieces in a pocket format so that a person can read it anywhere. In truth, there isn’t a more effective means for advancement than this book.
The Book of Psalms doesn’t help to advance a person spiritually. Humanity has been reading it for thousands of years. People are simply pacifying themselves.
This doesn’t in any way diminish the value of the Book of Psalms, written at the degree of the complete Malchut. After all, King David represents Malchut, the entire creation. Like all other “holy” books written by those who have attained the Creator, they carry His Light within.
However, as Baal HaSulam explains in the “Introduction to The Study of the Ten Sefirot,” the Light that Reforms, builds the property of bestowal within us is closer and more effective for us if it comes from The Book of Zohar. The Light in The Zohar is the most powerful.
Obviously, reading The Zohar must go in hand with studying the articles of Baal HaSulam and Rabash and The Study of the Ten Sefirot. Yet, The Book of Zohar should fill all of a person’s free time.
From the 2nd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 12/30/10, "Introduction of The Book of Zohar, Article “Yitro (Jethro)”
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