The first one to cure personality disorders was King Solomon. Then came Maimonides and then came the Ba’al Shem Tov.
Today psychiatrists and psychologists think that personality disorders cannot be cured. They are wrong, they just don’t know how.
Solomon cured personality disorders with Proverbs, Maimonides by teaching how to move from extreme to extreme and then back to the middle.
The Ba’al Shem Tov cured personality disorders by the spiritual process of submission, separation, and sweetening.
The initials of Solomon, Moses (Maimonides), Israel (the Ba’al Shem Tov) spell “My Name” – “This is My Name forever.”
Solomon, Moses, Israel = 1261 = 13 times 97. 13 = love, 97 = Meheitavel, the rectified woman. Correct your problems with love for Meheitavel
Who is Meheitavel? She is King Hadar’s wife. Who is King Hadar? In Kabbalah, he symbolizes the transition from chaos to order.
The first 7 kings of Edom died, their vessels broke. Then came Hadar, the transition from the the kingdom of Edom to the kingdom of Israel.
Only of Hadar does it say that he was married, “his wife’s name was Meheitavel.” He is only said to have reigned, not to have died.
Meheitavel is the fruit of the Tree of Life, of which is said, “and he will eat (of it) and live forever.”
Meheitavel, 97, is the union of essence (mah), 45, and existence (ban), 52. 97 is the 26th prime number, starting from 1.
If you don’t conform to the norms of the society in which you live then you are said to have a personality disorder.
Who’s to blame, you are the society? Don’t blame the society! (But just between the two of us, maybe it is the society that’s to blame.)
That said, rectification – personality correction – begins (as taught by the Ba’al Shem Tov) with the submission of your ego.
Who brought you into this world? Who placed you in this society? God. He knows what He’s doing, for your ultimate good.
World (146) and society (215) = 361 = Eve (19) squared. The way you relate to your wife is the way you relate to your environment.