Kabbala Path 20
Gaining inner peace, joyousness, elation
Being comfortable with your self; dealing with loneliness by accepting yourself and becoming whole
Improving your ability to relax
Knowing how to tap into your inner protection
Accepting that you “can’t go back”
Developing faith and devotion, a sense of rightness
Being able to focus on your goals
Resisting temptation and fear
Self-empowerment, strength and fortitude, coming from a sense of your individuality
Strengthening your connection to your Guide
Realizing that all Guidance comes from within
Magic and inner transformation
The power to remain unaffected by your surroundings
Opening the Heart Center
Detachment and objectivity
The ability to deal with emotional trauma without losing perspective
Ability to channel higher forces
Releasing all attachments to the physical world, and therefore no longer being controlled by physical and material circumstances
Realizing and accepting your own power
The ability to control the elements
The ability to control your dreams
Contemplation and meditation
Learning to control the rate of your own vibration
The will and power to make manifest your goals, and the knowledge to do what is right
Understanding that attention is energy, and controlling the attention controls the energy
We commence our journey today in Tiphareth – Beauty, known as the mediating intelligence.
The Divine name is Jehovah Aloah Va Daath.
The corresponding planet is the Sun.
The Archangel is Raphael; manifested beings are the Christ & the Buddha The order of Angels is the Michalim or Kings.
The spiritual experience is a vision of beauty, the Christ consciousness.
The elements are air and spirit.
The metal is gold.
Minerals are diamond and yellow topaz.
The magical phenomenon is a vision of the self made perfect.
The body part is the breast.
The virtue is devotion to the great work.
The vice is pride.
The scents are cinnamon and clove.
— 20th Path —
The 20th Path is known in Hebrew as Yod, the intelligence of will.
It’s symbol is the open hand.
The corresponding sign is Aries.
The Tarot arcanum is the Hermit, the first of the three great initiatory cards corresponding to the sign Virgo.
The intelligence of the 20th Path prepares all created beings so that the existence of the primordial wisdom may become known.
The God-concept would include Chiron, Mercury or Hermes and the created beings Moses and other spiritual leaders of their people.
The color is green to yellowish-green.
Herbs are Narcissus, lotus, storax, cedar, mint and cinnamon.
Metal is quicksilver.
Minerals are peridot and chrysolite.
— Sphere of Chesed —
Our Sphere of destination is Chesed.
The Hebrew Divine name is El.
The Archangel is Zadkiel.
The order of angels is the Chasmalim.
The planet is Jupiter.
Body part is the left arm.
The stone is amethyst.
Incenses are cedar and cinnamon.
Plants are olive and shamrock.
Symbolic animals are the eagle and the peacock.
The symbolic mythical creatures are the unicorn and the dragon.
Living beings are the Christ, Buddha and all the illuminated ones.
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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?