Blue Angel 2011
Essence of Kaballah in a modern world
The Judaic representation of Divine essence is Shekinah. She is light and consciousness representing a way that humans will evolve and understand.
When soul is taken with Shekinah there is need for understanding. The changes required for soul to remit what is not of essence will inquire a need for God's love. This kindness is of the world and not within souls’ reality.
Oval buds with
seeds of clear
potential were dropped
into your lap
The movement so
subtle that one
instant can make
the world blessed
Take yourself far
into the soothing
for what just
happened is you
Souls' look at humanity will reflect the degree of heart and awareness of self. If a person is not interested in goodness or service of heart their consciousness will demonstrate a need to dominate and take hold.
Why I speak of this is because in the Kaballah this action is not of God. God is the essence of light and love that knows presence, so when a person is of presence that essence will know a great source of light and love. The light that is needed to hold this quality of essence is very subtle and can only be cultivated through prayer and practice. When a practitioner is present the quality of light is comforting and peaceful.
Today we have more interest in the Kaballah but no understanding that it is not the number of practices, but the quality of consciousness and reverence given to the one who holds the light for others. A great practitioner doesn’t need to have dominance for the light is ever present. The one person who is capable of knowing this light is the one who desires to open the heart. In the Kaballah that person knows that the light is of the play of consciousness.
To know the Kaballah is to understand that the person who is giving is holding the light and the opening for others. In our Canadian culture we don’t always consider the importance of the teacher but in Kaballah this way is the tradition and has held itself for millions of years. As a nation we can learn a lot from such a potent and powerful tradition. Denise Richard