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Kabbalah “Secrets” Point Toward Source of Wisdom and Joy

It is said that Kabbalah is not as secret teaching, but the teaching of a secret.

Through Kabbalah, life’s most central secrets are revealed. Interestingly, some things don’t seem like a secret until you start thinking about them more deeply.

For example, an important element of Kabbalah is the recognition that life is constructed of opposites on many levels. Where there is light, there is dark. The opposite of cold is warmth. Dominance is opposed to passivity.

This may seem abstract at first. When you look more deeply, however, a secret presents itself. And if we can unravel that secret meaning, we can expand our consciousness, and realize a greater harmony with the Creator.

Let’s take a practical example:

In many relationships, you will find direct opposites at play. One partner may be incredibly dominant, making all the important decision, deciding what the couple should do, handling all the money, even controlling all aspects of the sexual relationship. The other partner, then, will be the passive one, allowing the other to make all the decisions.

While some couples may prefer this situation, looking at it through the lens of Kabbalah centre shows a situation that may be out of balance. This in turns causes strife and unhappiness in the relationship. Note that this unhappiness can be on both sides.

Always being the dominant “decider” may seem nice, but it comes with a lot of pressure to be the one with all the responsibility, and therefore the one to blame for all negative consequences.

On the other hand, the passive person with no control can feel more like a slave in such a relationship than contributing partner. It might seem nice to never have to make the big “tough decisions, but it also renders one powerless and feeling frustrated.

It’s a better idea for the relationship to come into greater balance where decision and responsibilities are shared more equally – with a more balanced distribution of power – including passivity.

Such relationships tend to flow more harmoniously, reducing strife and promoting happiness for both.

Balance and harmony in all aspects of life is a central “secret” teaching of the Kabbalah, but once the secret is revealed and understood, it unleashes harmony and joy.

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