And bring thou near unto thee Aaron thy brother, and his sons with him, from among the children of Israel, that they may minister unto Me in the priest’s office, even Aaron, Nadav and Avihu, Eleazar and Ithamar, Aaron’s sons. (Exodus 28:1)
“Aaron thy brother, and his sons” are part of the higher desires of the person that he must raise and shape within himself in such a form so that with their help he renews contact with the rest of his characteristics and the Creator.
The Creator speaks only with Moses who becomes the conduit between Him and Aaron and his sons, and these in turn are used as conduits from Moses to everyone else. Everything is done hierarchically from above to below.
Question: When does a person become a conduit for the Light?
Answer: A person becomes a conduit when his personal point concerned only with connecting with what is above and what is below is revealed. That is, if a person has a soul, it is divided into two halves, and in the middle between the two halves is his freedom of choice.
A person’s freewill is that everything that above this point he must give upward, and everything that is below it, he gives below. And he is involved only in this, without wanting something for himself. And this is the structure called Adam (Man).
After all, our physical body is not a man in the spiritual sense, but in the words of Frederick Engels, a proteinaceous form of existence.
Ultimately the role of every person in this world is to become a conduit for the Light. This is because only in this way does he gather the entire world into a single whole unit where nothing is left of each but a decision to belong to the past and the future. Through this connection, all people form themselves into the next state of nature called the soul. And what fills it is called the Upper Light or the Creator.
From KabTV’s: Secrets of the Eternal Book 8/19/13