Kabbala Path 30
Alchemy – the transformation of one base element into another- in this case, a transformation of your physical body into a form that may accommodate a higher and more refined energy
Shapeshifting – a variation on (1)
Learning to navigate through the Astral Plane
Opening of the Sacral, and Solar Plexus Centers, and stimulation of the Third Eye Center
Disengaging from the “material mind”
Gaining confidence in “knowing” what is necessary to do, and being able to follow your “knowingness”
Peace of mind, and awareness of how to achieve it
Overcoming your fear of unconditional “freedom” and the responsibility that entails
Being able to gather sexual tension and direct it
Resolving seeming opposites
Gaining mental clarity
Being able to access the “Akashic Records”
Gaining mental fluidity and an ease of detachment
Aids the study of Astrology and any technical science
Mental ecstasy and exhilaration
Development of the Magical Will
Diligence in acquiring a skill
Learning to use your healing ability
Finding, understanding, and accepting a soul mate
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 Angles 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 Nine’s.
The corresponding body parts are the reproductive organs.
The chakra is the Sacral Center, located just below the navel; the gland that corresponds to this center is the spleen.
The stones are crystal, pearl or clear quartz.
The metal is silver.
Plants are camphor, jasmine, frankincense and white sandalwood.
The musical note is “C.”
The magical image is a very strong, beautiful, naked man.
The mythological correspondences are the Greek Godess “Artemis” (the huntress), the Roman Pan and Diana, the Norse Loki and the Wiccan God and Goddess, Cernunnos and Selena.
The spiritual experience is a vision of the machinery of the universe.
The 30th Path is known as the Collecting Intelligence because Astrologers deduce from it the celestial signs from the stars and perfect their science by it.
The Hebrew letter for the Path is Resh, meaning head, for this is the highest Path of human intellect, and is the activating force of the personality.
The planetary influence on the Path is the Sun, supplier of both light and warmth.
The corresponding Tarot Major Arcanum card is the Sun.
The 30th Path is a composite of the four elements, being comprised of all of the planets and signs under the rulership of the Sun.
The Path symbols are the opposing energies of fertility and barrenness.
The stone is chrysoleth.
The color is orange.
The scents are cinnamon and rose.
Herbs are frankincense, angelica and rosemary.
The plant is sunflower.
The associated mythological figures are Adonis and Apollo from the Greek Pantheon of Gods and Ra, from the Egyptian.
The symbolic creatures are the lion, the sparrow-hawk and the phoenix.
The symbolic living being is the child.
Our Sphere of Destination is Hod, Splendor.
The Hebrew Divine name is Elohim Tzabaoth.
The Archangel is Michael, Prince of Splendor and Wisdom.
The Order of Angels are the Beni Elohim, the “Sons of the Gods,” or the “Elemental Kings.”
The corresponding planet is Mercury.
The number is 8.
The Tarot correspondences are the four Eight’s.
The Sephiroh is symbolized by the apron, as well as by language and visual images.
It corresponds to systems of magic, science, religion and government.
The color is orange.
The symbolic creatures are two snakes intertwined.
The metal is quicksilver.
Stones are opal and agate.
Herbs are fennel, cedar, cassia and cinquefoil.
The mythical figures include the Greek God Hermes, the Roman Mercury, the Egyptian Thoth, and Chiron, healer, teacher and warrior who was half God, half mortal.
The body correspondences are the loins and the legs.
The chakra is the Solar Plexus Center and the glands are the adrenals.
The musical note is “D.”
The magical image is a hermaphrodite.
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:
- Emotional responses:
- Physical reactions:
- 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.
- Day 1
- Day 2
- Day 3
- Day 4
- Day 5
- Day 6
- Day 7
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?