Kabbala Path 28
Meditation and the ability to “still” the mind.
Opening the Sacral Center and freeing your energy.
Energizing yourself and others.
Recognizing the physical reality you live in.
Applying yourself to your studies.
Developing intuition in Astrological or other technical work.
Career planning and finding suitable work.
Development of physical ability and martial arts skills.
Enhancement of dreams and understanding dream symbols.
Recognizing vampirism and your own inherent strength to resist it.
Learning to become a “pane of glass” that lets disharmony “pass through” you.
Learning to deal with your astral fears, visions, and worries by withdrawing your attention from them, by centering yourself through deep breathing.
Becoming more secure in dealing with your problems. Recognizing that there is always an answer.
Gaining knowledge of what is needed for you to move toward your own perfection.
Applying your Will toward your own evolution.
The ability to know who you really are, and to see others as they truly are.
Understanding that everything and everyone about you is a reflection of yourself.
Understanding the power of the group mind.
Being able to both nurture and receive nurturance.
Strengthening your connection to your Higher Self.
Improving your higher intuition and “knowingness.”
The ability to protect yourself psychically as well as physically.
Finding inner peace.
Opening the Solar Plexus Center.
Increasing your ability to detach.
—Sphere of Yesod — —
We commence our journey in the Sphere of Yesod, the foundation.
The Hebrew Divine Name is Shaddai el Chai, the Almighty Living God.
The Archangel of the Sphere is Gabriel, Prince of Change and Alteration.
The Choir of Angels is the Kerubim, the Strong.
The Planetary correspondence is the Moon.
The symbols are perfumes and sandals.
The color is violet.
The element is air, the Astral Light, or Akashic Fluid.
The number is 9.
The Tarot card correspondences are the four Nines.
The corresponding body parts are the reproductive organs.
The chakra is the Sacral Center, located just below the navel.
The corresponding gland is the spleen.
The stones are crystal, pearl, or clear quartz.
The metal is silver.
Plants are gardenia, jasmine, and heliotrope.
The musical note is “C.”
Symbols are the horn and the cup.
The magical image is a very strong, beautiful, naked man.
The mythological correspondences are the Greek Goddess Artemis, the Roman Pan, the Norse Loki and the Wiccan God and Goddess, Cernunnos and Selena.
The spiritual experience is a vision of the machinery of the universe.
— 28th Path —
The 28th Path is known as the Natural Intelligence, so-called because through it is consummated and perfected the Nature of every existing thing beneath the Sun.
The Hebrew letter for the Path is Tzaddi, meaning “fish hook.”
The meaning of the simple form of the letter is imagination.
The corresponding astrological sign is Aquarius.
The planet is Saturn.
The element is Air.
The metal is lead.
The Path corresponds to the Tarot Major Arcanum card The Star.
The symbols are the urn, the censor and the morning and evening star.
The stone is artificial glass.
The scent is galbanum.
Herbs are absinthe, fennel and buttercup.
The color is violet.
The musical note is “A#.”
The magical weapon is the censor.
Living beings representative are the eagle, the peacock and man.
— Sphere of Netzach —
The Sphere of Destination is Netzach, Victory.
The Hebrew Divine name is Jehovah Tzabaoth.
The Archangel is Haniel, Prince of Love and Harmony.
The Order of Angels is the Elohim.
The corresponding planet is Venus.
The number is 7.
The Tarot correspondences are the four Seven’s.
The symbols of Netzach are the girdle, the rose and the lamp.
The stones are emerald and turquoise.
The metal is copper.
The color is green.
The corresponding body parts are the loins, hips and legs.
The corresponding chakra is the Solar Plexus Center.
The living beings are the dove, the sparrow and the swan.
The symbolic creature is the lynx.
The musical note is an “E.”
The scent is rose.
Herbs are blackberry, cherry tree, dwarf elder and golden seal.
The magical image is a beautiful, naked woman.
Mythical correspondences are the Greek Goddess Aphrodite, the Roman Venus and Diana and the Norse Goddess Freya. All are Goddesses of love and of nature.
The spiritual experience is a vision of beauty triumphant.
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?