Ra's "balancing exercise" doesn't work for me
05-18-2019, 09:26 AM,
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RE: Ra's "balancing exercise" doesn't work for me
It’s also one I’ve had difficulty with. I recently read in a book on Kabbalah about a very similar meditative practice: at the end of the day, at night, one sits in a quiet room, enters the silence, and prays before our Lord. He recounts all his sins before God of that day.

This to me sounds a lot like the balancing exercise. Basically, whatever “moved” you for that day. It doesn’t have to be related to sin, it can be positive feelings and experiences that stood out as well.

I think it becomes more effective with consistent use, because then one is balancing daily. The effects may not be readily noticeable, but after some time it will be. And we will also learn more about the balancing and how to do it, what it entails, etc with the consistent pursuit of it. It’s something I’d like to do more of because I’m not very consistent with utilizing the balancing exercise.
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