Kabbala Path 22
Turning away from brutality, death, lack of sensitivity, and the glorification of war
Dealing with feelings of abandonment
Dealing with feelings of frustration
Overcoming disorientation and a tendency to stray from your chosen path
Overcoming your insecurities
Realizing that letting go of your emotional ties results in a feeling of relief and overall purging
Opening the Heart Center
Understanding that your own thoughts, actions and reactions set in motion the external forces which act upon you to bring change
The ability to deal with loud and obnoxious people
Understanding that strife and peace are two halves of a single whole
The ability to see a “cause” for what it is, and know whether you want to be a part of it
Understanding that life is a “double-edged” sword, and how you live it is a test of your balance; the trials you experience throughout life force you to continually make adjustments until you have attained balance
Cutting away useless parts of your Self
Understanding that there is a reason for everything
Insulation from life is equally as futile as total immersion in emotional strife
“I’m O.K.” – gaining feelings of acknowledgement from a “higher source”
Knowing that it’s O.K. to “do it your own way”
Understanding that every action attracts its equal and opposite reaction
Recognizing that when truth is spoken, there is no need for war
Increasing your energy
Improving your organizational ability
Learning to let go of your own “expectations” of yourself and others
Helping to understand and resolve issues involving legality and fairness
Resolving karma – good and bad
Letting go of your regrets
Understanding what you need to gain or eliminate in order to achieve balance within yourself
We commence our journey in the Sphere of Tiphareth, Beauty.
It is called the meditating intelligence.
The Hebrew Divine Name is Jehovah Aloah Va Daath.
The planet is the Sun.
The Archangel is Raphael.
The Order of Angels is the Michalim, or the “Kings.”
The spiritual experience is a vision of beauty and the mysteries of the crucifixion.
The elements are air and spirit.
The symbols are the warrior, the truncated pyramid, the cube, the lamed, the Rosy cross and the Calvary cross.
The metal is gold.
Stones are diamond and yellow topaz.
The symbolic creatures are the lion and the phoenix.
Magical phenomenon include a vision of the self made perfect, a manifestation of the day star, the balance of the four elements and the unity of the spirit.
The magical images include a majestic King, a child and a sacrificed God.
The body part is the breast.
The chakra is the Heart Center.
The corresponding gland is the thymus.
Mythological correspondences include all of the sacrificed Gods.
— 22nd Path —
The 22nd Path is called the Faithful Intelligence, so called because by it spiritual virtues are increased and all dwellers on earth are nearly under its shadow.
The Esoteric Title is the “Daughter of the Lords of Truth; the Ruler of the Balance.
The Hebrew letter for the path is Lamed, which means ox-goad, or whip.
The meaning of the simple form of the letter is work.
The corresponding sign is Libra.
The planet is Venus.
The corresponding Tarot Major Arcanum card is Justice, the ruler of balance and a personification of abstract law, justice and equality.
The color is either emerald green or blue.
Herbs are the rose, fennel or vervain.
The perfume is galbanum.
The metal is copper.
Stones are emerald and turquoise.
The musical note is “F#.”
The symbolic creatures are the sparrow, the swan and the dove.
The mythological correspondence is Matt, Egyptian Goddess of Truth, who measures out both happiness and misery, both positive and negative “karma” earned on the wheel of life. It also corresponds to all other Gods and Goddesses representing truth and balance.
— Sphere of Geburah —
The Sphere of destination is Geburah, the Radical Intelligence. The Hebrew Divine Name is Elohim Gebor, the Mighty God.
It is also sometimes known by the name Pachad, which means Terror and Fear and is the Clarifier.
The Archangel is Kamael, Prince of Strength and Courage.
The Order of Angels is the Sepharim, the fiery serpents or Flaming Ones, who are called the Order of Powers.
The Magical Image is a Warrior in His Chariot.
The planet is Mars, who is also the God of War.
The Spiritual experience is a vision of power.
The color is red.
Symbols are swords, pentagrams and the five-petaled Tudor rose.
The stone is ruby.
The metal is iron.
The corresponding body part is the right arm.
The corresponding chakra is the Throat Center.
The gland is the thyroid.
The plant is oak.
The element is fire.
The musical note is “G.”
The mythological correspondences include all Gods and Goddesses of War.
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?