Creation consists of two forces: bestowal and reception, plus and minus.
These two forces exist in every person.
By connecting the adducting and rejecting forces between us, we discover them more powerfully and clearly, and we can then use them and incorporate in them.
The force of bestowal underwent a process of shattering within us.
Why? It is so that we would piece it back together and reach the perception and sensation of that very force. In the process, we play out our connection to each other similar to how children play with Lego.
Whatever we discover without the inner connection between us is called “this world,” i.e., the world we perceive and sense through our five senses, and which we process in our minds. That is how we perceive reality when we view ourselves detached from the force of bestowal and from each other.
When we start connecting to each other and to the force of bestowal as we had once existed before we shattered into our detached perceptions of reality, then the various views will incorporate and connect with one another.
We will then start discovering their integrality, a single and whole system with no division into galaxies, stars, planets, vegetation, animals and people—one system with a single force guiding it.
When we reveal this system in its entirety, we will then start feeling the thought that fills the world, reality, the universe and all the worlds. In the wisdom of Kabbalah, that thought is called “the thought of creation.”