Posts Categorized: Schechinah

HAGAR, PRINCESS OF EGYPT

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TweetShare Hagar, mother of Ishmael (with Abraham), was a Princess of Egypt. The Talmud says she was “perfumed with good deeds”. In today’s Sacred Feminine Video, find out about her real conflict with Sarah. (Don’t like Videos? To read the Transcript instead, click the TAB on upper right) *** PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO LEAVE…
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SARAH: ARCHETYPE OF THE SHECHINAH

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TweetShare  In the Kabbalah, the Sacred Feminine is described as a ‘Vessel’ that holds and protects the ‘seed’, the Light, of the Sacred Masculine, like a chalice filled with wine. Sarah is the archetypal essence of the Sacred Feminine (in Hebrew, the SHECHINAH), and as such, she naturally glows with a heavenly beauty that ordinary…
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