First of all, I wish to thank Hashem for giving me the privilege to join with people who strive to expand their inner world, their spiritual world. May it be His will that this talk should be beneficial.
Generally, when one gives over ideas, if they are known and familiar, people do not ask for sources. But when something new is said, one wants to know, where does this come from? I state clearly that I have been raised "on the knees of" the Torah and I have no other source. I have not read the books of secular scholars or recent sefarim that are based on them. I have learned everything from our Torah that was given at Sinai. All is there, but one needs the eyes to see it properly. Nothing here is added to what was already stated in the holy works written by our Sages of blessed memory.
I have come to write this sefer because of an inner mission – an awareness of a particular world that exists, which in reality, is more real than the world we sense, but is very hidden from people. The inner world is enchanting, it is a world of pleasure and connection, but it is not a world of delusions. It is a world more real than the table. It is clearer than the familiar world of the table, the chair, and the lamp.
Sometimes, when we try to enter the inner world, there is a feeling that since it is unfamiliar, maybe it is just our imagination, maybe it is just delusions of people who want to experience all kinds of things, and so they create a whole structure out of all their fantasies. But you must know that the inner world is more realistic than the world we live in. However, just as a blind person doesn't see what's in front of him, and he might ask, "Are you certain this exists?"