One effect of rising interest in the Kabbalah is a renewed focus on the Shekhinah, Judaism's divine feminine principle. Written with warmth and clarity, On the Wings of Shekhinah interweaves historical views of this concept with thoughtful quotes and guided meditations. Rabbi Leah Novick offers healing strategies for both Jews and non-Jews disaffected by rigid gender roles. Awareness of the Shekhinahas energy within and around us helps bring hope to a planet afflicted by war, violence, and environmental abuse a this book shows how to find and use that energy.ceremonialized in the temple menorah and throughout history in the eternal light lit over the ark in synagogues, called ner tamid. ... In Saraha#39;s ritual tent, which was sheltered by a cloud of glory, the sages tell us that the candles miraculously stayed lit for a whole week. ... In the Torah, Saraha#39;s special connection to the Divine is exemplified in the deitya#39;s instruction to Abraham that in all matters, he a listen toanbsp;...
|Title||:||On the Wings of Shekhinah|
|Author||:||Rabbi Leah Novick|
|Publisher||:||Quest Books - 2014-07-07|