Kabbala Path 19
The ability to feel and manipulate energy
Understanding that self-acceptance leads to inner peace
Trusting in yourself and your Guides
Developing a sense of “gladness” at being alive, and sharing that “aliveness” with others
Self-acceptance; you are perfect as you are
Self-knowledge – recognizing that you have come a long way
Cleansing – letting go of emotional blocks; being able to bring up the past and let it go
The ability to fulfill others’ “real” needs, whether they are conscious of them or not
Releasing your latent power and energy – empowerment
Internal vision – being able to see inside of someone
Precognition – the ability to foresee events
Cognition – development of higher mental powers
Awareness that transcends the barriers of time
Understanding that mistakes are okay and are part of what has made you the “you” that you would not want to change; the ability to face yourself
Knowledge that your Guides are always there to help
Physical readjustment of your body and nervous system to accept new patterns of energy
Opening your Throat Center
Stimulation of your Third Eye Center
Helping your balance and equilibrium, both physical and emotional
Increasing psychic ability by surmounting the ego
Learning objectivity to your humanness; acceptance of the “lower nature” in yourself and others
The ability to forgive; mercy and understanding
Clairaudience and clairsentience
Accepting and dealing with Mom and Dad
Taking everyone in your life “off the pedestal,” and allowing them the freedom to be who they are
The ability to know what you feel and communicate it, even when it’s something that others do not want to hear
Enhancement of memory
We commence our journey in the Sphere of Geburah, the Radical Intelligence.
The Hebrew Divine Name is Elohim Gebor, The God of Might.
Geburah is also known as Pachad, Terror and Fear.
The Archangel is Kamael, Prince of Strength and Courage.
The Order of Angels is the Seraphim, the Flaming Ones who are also called the Order of Powers.
The corresponding planet is Mars.
The number is 5.
The Tarot correspondence is the four fives.
The color is scarlet.
Symbols are the pentagon, the five-petaled Tudor rose, the sword, the spear, the scourge and the chain.
The body part is the right arm.
The chakra is the Throat Center and the corresponding gland is the thyroid.
The incense is tobacco or dragon’s blood.
Herbs are oak, nettle and aloe.
The stone is the ruby.
The metal is iron.
The living beings are the horse, the wolf and the bear.
The magical image is a mighty warrior in his chariot.
The magical phenomenon is a vision of Power.
The spiritual experience is one of energy and courage versus cruelty and destruction.
The mythological correspondences are all of the Gods and Goddesses of war.
— 19th Path —
The 19th Path is called the Intelligence of all the Activities and Spiritual beings because of the affluence diffused by it from the highest blessing and most exalted sublime glory.
The Esoteric Title is the Daughter of the Flaming Sword.
The Hebrew Divine Name is Teth, which means serpent or tooth.
The simple letter means Taste.
The element is fire.
The color is yellow-green.
The musical note on the path is “E.”
The astrological sign that corresponds is Leo.
The planet is the Sun.
The Tarot Major Arcanum card is Strength.
Stones are opal and zircon.
Herbs are catnip and sunflower.
The symbolic creatures are the phoenix, the child or the lion.
The body parts are the heart, the spine, the arms and wrists.
The path philosophy is that it is the wise man who subjugates the animal within through his thought and his humanity. It is the highest quality of man controlling the highest quality of the beast.
The magical image is a mighty warrior in his chariot.
Mythological correspondences include all sacrificed God Kings, (for example, Egyptian Osiris and Christian Jesus), infant forms of the Gods and Mighty Kings.
— Sphere of Chesed —
The Sphere of Destination is Chesed, Mercy.
It is also called Gedulah, Magnificence and Glory.
The Hebrew Divine Name is El, the Strong and Mighty God, Ruling in Glory, Magnificence and Grace.
The Archangel is Tzadqiel, Prince of Mercy and Beneficence and the Righteousness of God.
The Choir of Angels is the Chasmalim, the Brilliant Ones who are also called the Order of Dominations.
The corresponding planet is Jupiter.
The number is 4.
The Tarot correspondence is the four fours.
Symbols are the Pyramid, the Square, the Orb and Equal-armed Cross, the Crook and the Scepter.
The stones are amethyst and sapphire.
The metal is tin.
The color is blue.
The corresponding body parts are the hip, the thighs and the liver.
The corresponding chakra is the Throat Center and the gland is the thyroid.
Symbolic animals are the eagle and the peacock.
The symbolic mythical creatures are the unicorn and the dragon.
The musical note is “A.”
The scent is cinnamon, clove, sandalwood and balm.
Herbs are narcissus, oak and nutmeg.
The magical image is a Strong and Benevolent King upon his Throne.
Mythological Correspondences include all of the Kings of the Gods.
The spiritual experience is an experience of the Receptical Intelligence and the formula of the tetragramatron.
Now close your eyes, and lay your mandala aside.
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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?