AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Kislev 5776
Page 29 of pamphlet – (last line of the page. Line starts: 'yash...'). Page 21 of the book. For text see below.
Questions and comments:
In the mind of Shammai and Hillel the concept of their master is recognized in a specific manner – either in chessed or gevurah. In contrast the master has the concept at a level of simplicity/pshitus.
What is the primary difference between the master and the students (mekablim). Is power of mind the difference? The student is called a mekabel (recipient).
The mashpia creates the content. The mekabel receives what is there. The mashpia creates from the level that is not yet defined.
The exchange of lights is due to the simplicity level.
The lights have both a specific defined element and simplicity.
This is a matter of relating to something you can never 'pin-down'. It is being presented to us since we too have this level of pshitut.