"Yesod is the culmination of the preceding influences of the system. The
energies that have come before are
finally converged in this location of the moon and prepared for final descent
into the material world.
(and ascent to Tiphareth on the reverse path)
sephira is also known as the home of illusion and reflection. Some know it as
the astral plane and the dream
world. As it represents a place of coming into reality without being concrete
yet, it isn't always to be trusted.
The notion of illusion in this sephira stems from the symbolism of its
rulership by the moon. The moon shines
with the reflected light of the sun and is unable to produce its own
brilliance. This reflective property of the
moon was associated as a reflection of truth; reality was connected with the
Neither darkness nor light rules in this sephira. Here we find the
coagulation of ideas into reality. Many metaphysicians believe this to be the
plane we wander while dreaming.
In this land of half light we must be cautious of our experiences, never
hesitating to question."