THE SHECHINAH I
I THE THREE ENERGY PATHWAYS
a. The left-hand path is one of raw, neutral energy. It is called the column of din or judgment in the Kabbalah. The subtle nerve or nadi of ida in Yoga. And the vehicle for psychic energy in esoteric teaching.
b. The right-hand path brings in the power of Spirit. It is called the column of hesed or mercy in the Kabbalah. The nadi of pingala in Yoga. And the vehicle for the Divine in esoteric teaching.
c. The middle path is the path of the Shechinah. It is called the column of rachamim or compassion. The nadi of sushumna in Yoga. And the vehicle for the creative force in Esoteric teaching.
II. THE SHECHINAH ENERGY
a. The Shechinah or kundalini energy is the most powerful force in the universe.
b. The Shechinah resides in the lowest center of malchut (kingship) at the base of the spine.
c. The teachings of Kabbalah, Yoga and meditation are the tools that we use to awaken the Shechinah energy.
d. The Shechinah is raised up the central channel of the body until it reaches the highest center in the crown.
e. When this occurs the meditater breaks through the barrier between the physical and spiritual planes and becomes one with his Soul Father.
III. THE NATURE OF THE SHECHINAH
a. The Shechinah is the name given in Judaism to the feminine aspect of God.
b. The Shechinah energy is a stimulating force.
c. The Shechinah is a protective energy.
d. The Shechinah is a force for destruction.
e. The Shechinah is the great mediator.