Because of the well-known red string, worn on the left wrist to ward off negative entergy, the color red is often associated with Kabbalah. But green is also a powerful color in this ancient tradition. It represents the central column between right and left, positive and negative, giving and receiving. As such, green signifies the balance that is so important to the survival of the planet. Green is also the color of healing, both of the soul and of the Earth. Kabbalah teaches that eco-consciousness and higher consciousness are inextricably linked and that the forces of environmental destruction can only be overcome through personal transformation on a global scale. Kabbalah on Green gives new meaning to the popular catchphrase “think globally; act locally.” In its pages, readers learn that true environmental consciousness goes far beyond recycling and simple slogans.