If from the point of view of the human level you are in aspiration to the Creator, then all the lower levels: animate, vegetative, and inanimate will also aspire to the same equivalence. Therefore, there will always be a blessing on these levels.
Torah, Deuteronomy 28:05 – 28:06: Blessed will be your basket and your kneading bowl. You shall be blessed when you come, and you shall be blessed when you depart.
This is about entering the spiritual degree and exiting from it.
Our life is a clear consequence of the way we build from ourselves equivalence to the spiritual world, to our spiritual roots.
The Torah does not speak about any objects and phenomena of our world, not about goats, sheep, people, houses, cities, and everything else, although it seems like it speaks about this. These are all spiritual qualities of a person who aspires to the upper world; they all are within him. The Torah explains how these qualities of a person receive a blessing.
Comment: It is amazing that even the exit from the spiritual degree, the fall from it, is also blessed.
Answer: This is the way out for the future ascent. It is written: “The Torah will come from Zion.” It is from these exits that the next degree appears—you attract more Light on yourself, and you must bless for both good and bad.
It is written: “Blessed will be your basket.” Your basket and your kneading bowl are the Kelim (vessels) that you fill with the upper Light on this degree, and you do it for the sake of bestowal.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 12/5/16