Religion assumes that the Creator changes His attitude to the person depending on the person’s actions. The science of Kabbalah, however, states that the Upper Force is invariable, and actions of a person can in no way affect it.When a person’s actions can change himself or herself, he or she will be able to perceive the Upper Governance differently, if his or her own changes are aimed toward greater resemblance. He or she will be able to perceive the Creator as kind and good.
In Kabbalah, a prayer is called self-judgement or self-analysis. This is when a person does not appeal to the Creator but judges himself or herself instead and analyzes himself or herself with regards to the Upper invariable force.... As the person changes, he or she corrects himself or herself relative to the invariable and absolute Creator.This attitude towards himself or herself and towards the Creator constitutes the difference between Kabbalah and religion.
A conviction in the change in the Creator's attitude toward the person leads to envy; who is treated by the Creator with greater love and who is divinely chosen. It causes antagonism to arise not only among people, but also between nations.The representatives of various confessions dispute whose prayers the Creator is inclined to answer more willingly.
Even though religion calls for certain personal changes, religion is based on pleading with the Creator. In this world, religions are similar to the most ancient beliefs, which extensively practice bribing the Upper Forces of nature.
matty Hui, C.HT., C.M.T., MSAOM, D.D.
Matty Hui (a.k.a Lingfei) holds her B.S. degree in Holistic Science and M.S. in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Furthermore, she is currently pursuing her Ph.D studies in Eastern and Western Medicine research.
K. Steinborn, C.Ht.
Karrie is a Pranic Healer, a Hypnotherapist, and an ordained minister. She also uses her own life experience to help guide the others through the process of growth and change regardless if it is using hypnosis or energy work.
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