Kabbala Path 15
Increasing cognitive ability; increased awareness, clarity and alertness
Mental telepathy and clairaudience; improved physical vision
Insight into the infinite
Freeing consciousness and perception; gaining the “vision” to know where you’re going
Learning to listen to your inner voice to find answers
Learning to raise your consciousness through controlling the rate and direction of the spinning flow of your energy
Maintaining your balance and harmony in all ways
Aiding past life recall
Increasing ability to embrace peace and happiness
Clearing and opening all of your chakras, especially the Third Eye
Freedom resulting from self-forgiveness, and the forgiving of others
Empathy; knowing how it feels to “walk in someone else’s shoes”
Insight into others, and ability to accept others
Knowing that there is a purpose to everything, that everything is part of a perfectly meshing universal mechanism that you can now begin to see
Oneness with God
Wholeness; recognizing that the whole is always greater than the sum of its parts
Gaining solidity and rootedness; establishing order; improved organizational skills
Reassessment of your life, with a reassertion of goals, and the knowledge that you are on the right path
Developing assertiveness and a “take charge” attitude
Burning, sizzling, sparking away blockages
Increasing heat production, and healing ability
Healing illnesses from past lives
Studying sciences, such as astrology
We commence our journey in the Sphere of Tiphareth, Beauty and Harmony.
The Hebrew Divine name is Jehovah Aloah Va Daath.
It is known as the Mediating Intelligence.
The Archangel is Raphael, Prince of Brightness, Beauty and Life; the Archangel of Healing.
The Order of Angels is the Melechim, the Angelic Kings called the Order of Virtues; Angels and Rulers who are responsible for creating and maintaining perpetual balance and harmony in all things.
The corresponding planet is the Sun.
The number is 6.
Tarot correspondences are the four sixes and the four Princes.
The symbols of Tiphareth are the Calvary Cross, the Rose Cross, the Truncated Pyramid and the Cube.
The stones are topaz and diamond.
The metal is gold.
The color is yellow.
The element is air.
The corresponding body part is the breast.
The corresponding chakra is the Heart Center and the gland is the thymus.
Living beings are the lion, the child and the phoenix.
The symbolic creature is the sparrow-hawk or the owl.
The musical note is an “F.”
The scents are aloe, cinnamon and clove.
Herbs are angelica, almond, frankincense and myrrh.
The magical image is a Majestic King, a Child, or a Sacrificed God.
The mythical correspondences are all of the Sacrificed Gods including Egyptian Osirus, Indian Krishna and Bhudda and the Christian Jesus.
The spiritual experience is a vision of the harmony of things and of healing and redemption.
The magical phenomenon is a vision of the self made perfect and a manifestation of the “day” star.
— 15th Path —
The 15th Path is known as the Constituting Intelligence, so called because it constitutes the substance of creation in pure darkness.
The esoteric title is the Sun of the Morning, Chief among the Mighty.
It is the principle of Universal Life.
The meaning of the simple form of the letter is sight.
The corresponding astrological sign is Aries.
The planetary influence is Mars.
The element is fire.
The Tarot Major Arcanum card that corresponds is The Emperor.
Symbols on the Path are the Ankh Cross, the Orb of Dominion, the stars and constellations of the Zodiac.
The living creature is the owl.
The symbolic creature is the ram.
Stones are ruby or red jasper.
The scent is frankincense.
Plants are geranium and sage.
Herbs are cayenne pepper and dragon’s blood.
The color is scarlet.
The musical note is a “C.”
The corresponding body part is the head.
The metal is iron.
The spiritual experience is an insight and an understanding into the foundation and formation of genetic structure and of the solar system itself.
Mythological correspondences are the Greek Minerva, the Roman Athena and Mars and the Hindu Shiva.
— Sphere of Chokmah —
The Sphere of Destination is Chokmah, known alternatively as “The Great Stimulator” and “Wisdom.”
It is called the Illuminating Intelligence.
The Hebrew Divine Names are Yah, Tetragramaton or Jehovah.
The Archangel is Ratziel, the Prince of Princes of the knowledge of hidden and concealed things; the “Herald” of God.
The Order of Angels is the Auphanium, the Wheels or Whirling Forces, which are also called the order of Kerubim.
The zodiacal influence is space; the entire Sphere of the Zodiac.
The number is 2; the second Glory.
The Tarot card correspondences are the four twos and the four Kings.
The element is fire in fire.
The color is grey.
The scent is musk.
The herb is amaranth.
The stones are star ruby, turquoise, aquamarine and lapis.
The metal is uranium or lead.
The living being is man.
Plants are fennel, buttercup and absynth.
The symbols are the phallus, the tower, the wand, the line, the hexagram and the circle.
The body part is the left side of the face.
The chakra is the Third Eye Center and the gland is the pineal.
The magical image is a bearded male figure.
The weapon is a wand, symbol of the magical Will and divine wisdom.
The magical and mystical experiences are those of a vision of God face to face and a flash of mystical Light.
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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?