Answer: First of all, one needs to see himself in this. Then, he has to envision a correct picture: I and the Creator are positioned on the opposite poles, and in between us, there is the group. I form my attitude toward the group until I see the Creator in it. Indeed, this is the Place where I reveal Him and the Upper World.
On one hand, in order to unite with the friends, I can subject the group to criticism: Our effort is not unified enough. But on the other, how can I make sure that I am not just nagging or sliding the mud of my egoism on the friends?
I see it from their feedback, from how they raise the importance of the goal in my eyes. Then, having being imbued with the importance of the goal, I turn to the group in order to find the Surrounding Light (Ohr Makif) that Reforms between us.
Thanks to the impact of the Light I undergo changes and again turn to the friends to reveal the Creator between them. This ends the initial cycle of my analysis. Then, the next Reshimo (spiritual gene, record) awakens, and a new round begins.
From the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 10/28/10, The Zohar, Introduction, “The Rose”