Kabbala Path 13
Aligning, cleansing, clearing, balancing yourself
Grounding, yet elevating your consciousness at the same time
Clairaudience – hearing voices giving higher guidance
Enhancement of your feeling nature
Becoming more objective to yourself and others
Being able to remain open without pain
Increasing your energy flow and your ability to produce and channel energy
Increasing the healing energy in your hands
Radiating feelings of joy, love, and oneness
Being able to access the universal mind as opposed to your individual mind
Accepting yourself as part of God, and therefore good and worthy
Increasing your ability to feel and perceive energy
Being able to release yourself, altering your consciousness as you might do through drugs, but achieving this state without them
The ability to manifest your thoughts more quickly
Releasing blocked emotions
Recalling past issues so that you can lay them to rest; understanding the past
Improving your ability to project your thoughts; empowerment leading to fulfillment
Acquiring a desire to help, heal, and serve others, even at the risk of losing your hard earned balance; gaining the ability for self-sacrifice, to others or to a higher cause
Teaching ability; being able to share your “peace” with others
Being protected and being able to protect others
Omniscience; recognizing your link to all things
Learning to achieve oneness through breath control
Opening and balancing all of your chakras
Gaining greater clarity and increased sensitivity in using your psychic and physical senses
Releasing the flow of the kundalini force within you
We commence our journey in the Sphere of Tiphareth, Beauty.
The Hebrew Divine Name is Jehovah Aloah Va Daath.
The Archangel of the Sphere is Raphael.
The Choir of Angels is the Malachim or Angelic Kings.
It is called the Mediating Intelligence.
The Planetary correspondence is the Sun.
It is symbolized by a vision of Universal Harmony.
The color is a bright, golden yellow.
The number is 6.
The magical images are a Majestic King, a Child and the Sacrificed God.
The stones are topaz and diamond.
The metal is gold.
Plants are almond, angelica, ash, chamomile, cinnamon, frankincense and, of course, sunflower.
The musical note is “F.”
Symbols are the truncated pyramid and the cube.
Mythological and religous correspondences to Tipareth include Jesus, the Christ, The Buddha, the Egyptian God Osirus and the Greek God Apollo.
— 13th Path —
The 13th Path is known as the Uniting Intelligence because it is itself the Essence of Glory and the consummation of Truth.
The Hebrew letter for the path is Gimel, meaning Camel.
The planetary influence on the path is the Moon.
The corresponding Tarot Major Arcanum card is the High Priestess.
The elements on the path are water and spirit.
The symbol is the virgin, she who is the repository of unblemished cosmic memory.
The stone is moonstone, pearl or crystal.
The scent is jasmine.
Plants are star anise, coriander, ginger, orris root and lily.
The color is blue.
The musical note is the “G#.”
The mystical experience is a vision of light.
— Sphere of Kether —
The Sphere of Destination is Kether, the Crown.
The Hebrew Divine name is Eheieh, God the Creator.
The Archangel is Metatron.
The Order of Angels are the Chayoth Ha Qadesh, or, the Order of Seraphim.
There is no corresponding planet.
The number is 1.
Tarot correspondences are the four Aces.
The color is brilliance, pure white with specs of gold and silver.
Symbols are the crown, the point and the swastika.
The Magical Image is an ancient bearded king who can only be seen in profile.
The spiritual vision is Union with God.
It is called by the titles, “Existence of the Existence,” “Concealed of the Concealed,” “Ancient of the Ancients” and “The Primordial Point.”
A mythological and religious correspondent is the Hindu God Brahma, always shown with two faces, one looking forward and one away, that we may only see one at a time.
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A. Record your emotional reactions to your experiences on the path here immediately upon completion. Include any physical responses or sensations.
Date of completion:
What do you think these responses indicate?
B. Use this section as a diary of your experiences during the week following your completion of the path. Be sure to include how you react to things emotionally as well as how you deal with any major issues that may arise.
C. Review the week’s experiences. How has the path affected the way you handled this week’s issues?
D. What special dreams has this path stimulated this week?