Kabbala Path 29
Understanding reincarnation and that life does not end, but only changes form.
The ability to revisit past lives, and to find your “roots.”
The ability to perceive cycles.
Understanding unity and the “group mind.” Gaining a feeling of belonging, and of “being home.”
Allowing self-recognition that you are wanted and loved by the Universal Mother.
Healing family disputes.
Spreading harmony among others.
Enhancement of visualization ability.
Further stimulation of the Third eye.
Aiding clairvoyance and crystal gazing ability.
Increasing your ability to drop resistance and “go with the flow.”
Confronting your fears and understanding that they are nothing more than a reflection of yourself, created by you.
Being in touch with your own body and its needs.
Knowing that you are responsible for creating and maintaining your own body.
Increasing contact with your guides.
Enhancement of sexual enjoyment.
Increasing personal and group prosperity.
Aiding in work involving animals.
— Sphere of Malkuth —
We commence our journey in the Sphere of Malkuth, the Kingdom.
The Hebrew Divine Name is Adonai Melek.
The Archangel is Sandalphon.
The Choir of Angels is the Ashim, the “Souls of Fire.”
The Planetary correspondence is the Earth or Saturn.
The element is earth.
Malkuth is symbolized by a gateway, or sometimes a cavern entrance.
Its colors are all shadowed natural hues.
The stone of this Sphere is onyx or granite.
The metal is lead.
Plants are the red poppy, black helebore and belladona.
The number is 10.
The Tarot correspondences are the four Ten’s and the Princesses or Pages.
Corresponding body parts are the base of the spine and the feet.
The chakra that corresponds is the Root Center.
The musical note is “B.”
The magical image is a young woman, crowned and throned.
Mythological correspondences include the Greek God Hades and the Greek Goddess Persephone.
The spiritual experience is a vision of the Holy Guardian Angel.
— 29th Path —
The 29th Path is known as the Corporeal Intelligence, because it forms every body which is formed beneath the whole set of worlds and the increment of them.
The Hebrew letter for the path is Qoph, which means “back of the head.” The simple meaning of Qoph is “sleep.”
The planetary influence on the Path is Jupiter.
The corresponding Astrological sign is Pisces.
The Tarot Major Arcanum card that corresponds to the Path is the Moon.
The symbols of the 29th Path are the magic mirror, the doe, the crayfish and the beetle.
The stone is pearl.
The scent is Ambergris.
Herbs are ash, elder, water iris, water lily and jasmine.
The color is crimson.
The musical note is “B.”
Living beings are the dog, the wolf, a huntress and elemental beings of our own creation.
The mystical experiences include an understanding of your soul’s organization into the physical body it inhabits, a “waking” from the sleep of the collective unconscious and a conquest of the phantoms reflected from the material world on to the astral plane, where you face and conquer the phantoms of the darkest recesses of your own mind, as well as those of your race.
Mythological correspondences include the Greek Hecate, Goddess of both the underworld and the overworld, Artemis, Greek Godess of the hunt and childbirth and Diana, her Roman counterpart, as well as the Egyptian Anubis, God of the underworld and resurrection.
— 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 Gods who are also called The Order of Principalities.
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 stone is emerald or 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.
Living beings are the dove, the sparrow and the swan.
The symbolic creature is the lynx.
The musical note is “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 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?