How Limited is Our Perception?
Do you sense that there is more to reality than meets the eye? If you were to strip surface existence — and your own self — of all its layers, what would find at its core? How far down the “rabbit hole” can we go? Blake wrote: “If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro’ narrow chinks of his cavern.” How locked is your cavern, or better stated: how trapped are you in your cavern, and how much cleansing can our doors of perception actually tolerate? Could we survive the experience of seeing raw and naked infinite reality as it is?
Please join Rabbi Jacobson as he analyzes the immortal words of G-d to Moses in this week’s chapter: No person can see me and live. What does this enigmatic statement mean, and how did Moses consider otherwise? Can we actually see reality and live? Learn the surprising interpretation of these memorable words, and how it contains the powerful secret to discovering the deepest mysteries of your own innermost psyche and that of your loved ones. Find out how to “see G-d” and come back to tell about it, in ways that will dramatically expand your consciousness and deepen your relationships.