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June 13, 2018
Originally recorded: February 14, 2018
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According to the laws of Bread of Shame, the vessel cannot receive energy reactively, meaning with the wrong intention, for that restriction is needed in order to receive and keep blessings. This lesson teaches us that every time we get reactive or try to take something before we are ready, a blockage is created and the Light goes to the negative side.
As we strive to live the teachings of Kabbalah as a spiritual path, we can fall into the trappings of learning without putting effort into our spiritual work of transforming our nature. When we become complacent, we stop seeing the results and miracles we are working to create. In Practical Kabbalah, David Ghiyam teaches a practical approach to personal transformation using kabbalistic tools and windows in time that, with consistent effort, can assist us in experiencing change and greater fulfillment in three major areas of life; relationships, health and finances.