Kabbala Path 21Kabbala Path 21
Unconditionality and acceptance
Calmness and peacefulness; being centered
Getting “out of the rut by breaking old patterns
Cleansing your spirit
Gaining release from being hyperactive or a “type A” personality
Overcoming the tendency to overcompensate
Understanding that the only way to win is not to play
Anticipating change, not dreading it
Being able to make new beginnings in your life
Understanding the cycles of birth and death, that for each birth of a person or thing or even experience in your life, there must be a death – something must be let go of
Understanding that what keeps you in a pattern is the security of knowing the pattern
Understanding that in order to grow, you must take risks
Being able to “time” your change through your understanding of the patterns involved
Through awareness, hold to the productive and discard the monotonous
Being able to see the large in the small and the small in the large
Trusting in your “higher” self
Developing the instinctive and intuitive mind
Getting off the “wheel” that is your pattern enables you to see cause and effect objectively
Releasing your energy blocks
Contacting your Guides and your Higher Self
Making a “vessel” of your Self
Trusting in faith and “going with the flow”
Opening the Throat Center
Passing from student, to teacher, to being a channeler of truth
See beyond the “wheel” and outgrow the need for its guidance and protection
Seeing and understanding the interconnectedness of all things
Gaining mental clarity
Improving grounding and the ability to “root”
Dealing with “Dad”
Being your own creator
Channeling, especially clairaudience and automatic writing
Dreaming and dream interpretation
Increasing creativity and artistic ability
We commence our journey in Netzach, Victory.
The Hebrew Divine Name is Jehovah Tzabaoth, God of Hosts and of Armies, of Triumph and of Victory, ruling the universe in Justice and Eternity.
The Archangel is Haniel, Prince of Love and Harmony.
The Choir of Angels is the Elohim, the Gods who are also called the Order of Principalities.
The element is fire.
The number is 7.
The Tarot correspondence is the four sevens.
The musical note is “E.”
The planet is Venus.
The color is green.
Stones are malachite, blue topaz and crystal and amber.
The mineral is copper.
Plants are all fragrant and blossoming flowers, especially rose and cypress.
The incense is rose or benzoin.
The body parts are the hips and loins.
The chakra is the Solar Plexus Center and the gland is the adrenals.
The mythological correspondences include all Goddesses of Love and Nature.
The magical image is a beautiful, naked woman.
— 21st Path —
The 21st Path is called the Intelligence of Conciliation because it receives the divine influence, which flows into it from its benediction upon all and each existence.
The Hebrew Letter is Caph, which means fist. It is a double letter, which describes the opposites of riches and poverty.
The Esoteric Title is the Lord of the Forces of Life.
It is the connecting Path between the higher self and the personality.
The Tarot Major Arcana card that corresponds to the Path is the Wheel of Fortune.
The color is violet.
The planet is Jupiter.
Stones are sapphire or amethyst.
The metal is tin.
The incense is horehound.
Herbs are clove, oakmoss and sage.
The musical note is “A#.”
Symbols are the fist, symbolizing he who grasps comprehension, or the circle; also, the wheel of karma, symbol of life, birth, death and rebirth.
— Sphere of Chesed —
The Sphere of Destination is Chesed, Mercy. It is sometimes 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.
The Choir of Angels is the Chasmalim, the Brilliant Ones, who are also called the Order of Dominions or Dominations.
The planet is Jupiter.
The color is blue.
The stone is amethyst.
The incense is cedar.
Herbs are olive and shamrock.
The body part is the left arm.
The chakra is the Throat Center and the gland is the thyroid.
Symbols are the pyramid, the square, the orb, the equal-armed cross, the crook and the scepter.
The mythological correspondences are all of the “illuminated ones” who are the Kings of the Gods.
The magical image is of a fatherly King upon his throne.
Now, please lay your mandala aside and close your eyes.
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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?