Sometimes a person worships in a state of katnut (“smallness;” limited or restricted consciousness): 1 he does not enter the supernal worlds at all. His thought, however, is directed to [the fact that] “the whole earth is full of His glory” (Isaiah 6:3), and that he is close to [God]. 2 In that state he is like a child whose mind is but slight and not yet developed. Nonetheless, though worshipping on a level of katnut, he does so with great deveikut. 3