The Torah, “Exodus,” 28:3: And you shall speak to all the wise-hearted, whom I have filled with the spirit of wisdom, and they shall make Aaron’s garments to sanctify him, [so] that he serve Me [as a Kohen].
And you shall speak to all the wise-hearted means that you should choose from all your desires those that on the one hand have a greater energy of ego that matches the Light of Hochma, that are already filled with wisdom, that is, corrected. You must collect them inside you and turn them into one large common, expansive, serious inner desire, but which is already corrected and full of Light. When you collect all of this, then the “garments to sanctify him [so] that he serve Me [as a Kohen]” appear.
This is how a spiritual image is formed: It is egoistic internally, separated into many egoistic levels, and accordingly, there are the garments. They have the same names as in our world: trousers, belt, coat, rain coat.
The Torah tells us what the clothes should be made of: yarns of gold, wool, and scarlet interwoven, etc. It’s about which external desires operate in order to bestow but which contain the ego of which such a correct desire can be made.
From Kab TV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 8/19/13