According to Kabalism, there is a shekinah both above and below.
The shekinah has departed from Mount Zion, but its glory is illuminating the world.
How dare men and women trifle with the shekinah of their lives?
It had no shrine, for the shekinah was to be in the hearts of those who worshipped.
The shekinah was also associated with a divine radiance, or glory.
This symbol is taken from the shekinah which filled the ancient tabernacle.
It is the place where the shekinah dwells and His secrets are made manifest.
The first of these simple creations, which is nearest to God, is called in Hebrew "shekinah."
A current conventionalism in the synagogs was that the just would 'eat the shekinah.'
We are told that the souls of the righteous enjoy the splendor of the shekinah, and the wicked suffer correspondingly.