Answer: Of course, the deals that we close with the Creator are called Arvut (Mutual Guarantee). It is as if each of us says to the Creator: “You are for me and I am for You; I will do everything that You ask of me and You will fulfill my requests.”
Thus, consciously or subconsciously we present the Creator with a condition and advance, there is no other choice.
A person who lives in this world subconsciously makes an agreement with the Creator at any given moment, whether he wants to or not. But if he understands that there is a goal to creation and there is a way to achieve it, he is ready to advance and wants the Creator to help him, and then he already consciously makes an agreement with the Creator.
Question: Does this mean that “You are for me and I am for You” also exists in spirituality?
Answer: Of course, because the wisdom of Kabbalah is a wisdom, which explains how to receive everything there is from the Creator in the correct and unlimited way. Kabbalists are, in fact, the greatest egoists since they want to attain the world of infinity, to be filled with the Light of Infinity, to live forever in wholeness with perfect filling, in absolute attainment. This is the expression of the greatest ego. We just need to know how we can fill it, and therefore our method is called the wisdom of Kabbalah, the wisdom of receiving, the wisdom of filling.
Question: What is the cost of this filling? How can we bribe the Creator in order to reach this state?
Answer: The only way to bribe the Creator is by getting close to Him. Being close to the Creator in spirituality means becoming equal to His attributes.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 4/3/16