Two questions to Rabbi Itamar Schwartz – on choosing away from the darkness (nullifying) and balancing the elements (spotting the falsehoods)

The place where we have our free will is not the same for everyone. Yet, there is a central theme that can help us. That central theme is – if I listen to this message, will it take me into the dark and feed the darkness or will it bring me to eternal life? And if towards the dark, what is the falsehood embedded in the message?

Finding that falsehood then gives us the access to use our real free will. We can then see if it is an imbalance in fire, water, wind or earth….anger/fear/honor, love or lusts,] heated speech, or sadness and laziness. When we see how Hashem really has empowered us to use our emunah to re-balance the very elements with which He Creates the world, we understand how it is fixing for the eating of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil and with all of our soul we choose to go above our natural reaction in order to bring all of our soul back to revealing Hashem’s pure compassion, the truth of the world.

Many thanks to Rivka Leah for her kindness in translating these written answers from Hebrew to English. It is greatly appreciated!!!

How nullifying our ego reactions and physical experience brings us to wholeness – why we should turn to the light rather than run into the darkness of our first reactions
Working with the four elements helps us to spot the falsehood, and in so doing, Hashem empowers us with real free will to ask Him to reorganize all of our soul only to reveal His Compassion and perform a mitzvah or an act of mercy. This heals the eating of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil where we became attached to falsehood. It is up to us to fix our consciousness through our effort to be aware of the design and to understand we are empowered to balance the elements, and that all we have to do is WANT to do this and Hashem helps.

More on the value of nullifying from the author of the biography of Rabbi Asher Freund :

Hashem is the one who did, does and will do then we are setting ourselves on a good path

This is a world of falsehood. A man goes to the worms in the end

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