Question: If we establish the group like a womb for our spiritual embryo, should certain friends stand out in it?
Answer: No, there cannot be anyone who stands out or who is different or unequal either in the embryo or in the group. Everyone has to be equal. It’s actually by our differences that we establish one general whole vessel: one embryo and one womb. By connecting with regard to the greatness of the attribute of bestowal, we establish one womb. It’s in the connection and the recognition of the lowliness of our nature that we establish one embryo.
No one can stand out among the others, although there are parts that stand out in the embryo, since it has a human form, and the womb also has its own form. But these forms are created as a result of the sum of the connection between all of us, where everything disappears and everyone takes on the form of bestowal.
Besides, the embryo is in the “waters of the womb,” which separates him from the walls of the womb. The womb is not adhered directly to the embryo, and doesn’t give its form to the embryo. The womb is Bina, which is a whole form and not a human form. But if the embryo totally wraps himself with Hassadim, he receives such bestowal from the womb that it turns him into a human being, and gives him the form of a human being, Adam, which resembles the Creator (Domeh, which has the same root in Hebrew).
From the 3rd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 2/12/14, Talmud Eser Sefirot