In a poetic, friendly manner, in the form of narration, Kabbalists tell us about the spiritual world. But this story is based on their knowledge of the upper nature, which is complete and eternal. And its primary law is the law of connection between the Creator and the created being: the law of mutual guarantee.
It doesn’t speak about the Creator, how He is good and does good, but it states that there is none else but Him. Neither does it talk about His attitude to the created beings and the connection between Him and the creatures.
This law is expressed as the law of adhesion, from where all relationships between created beings derive, which manifest in a very strict forceful form of mutual guarantee. This great law that speaks about all relations in the system of souls precisely designed by the Creator, becomes revealed to us gradually, similar to how grownups reveal the world to children, step by step, treating them with gentle care, until the children start living independently.
So does nature, the Creator, treat every person and all of mankind, because according to the nature’s program, we must “grow” and realize this law of mutual guarantee in ourselves. Realization of the law develops in stages, from inside out: first in a more internal group, and then spreads in depth and in width, until mutual guarantee, as the law of a unified system, starts ruling all of reality. This is going to be what we call the end of correction (Gmar Tikkun).
From the 4th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 10/15/10, “The Arvut (Mutual Guarantee)”