Magic of Qabalah: Visions of the Tree of Life

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 295 pages
Enter into the mystery of the Qabalah by a direct inner journey, discovering for yourself the Divine realms of Being and Becoming. Magic of Qabalah presents the Tree of Life in a way that resonates with the modern seeker?not as a static, arcane system that is only to be studied and pondered, but as a living structure that allows experience of and interaction with the primal forces of Creation. Sphere by Sphere and Path by Path, you will climb the branches and taste the fruit of the Tree of Life. Myths and symbols, energies and entities are revealed as living beings that form the body of the universe of which you are a part?and of which you can partake as you remake your world in the image of your will. This book includes:

·Specific guidance for connecting with the Tree of Life
·The qualities, symbols, and purposes of each Sphere and Path
·Guided visualizations for internalizing Qabalistic energies
·Explorations of traditional and contemporary applications
·The connection with the Tarot
·"A Qabalistic Tale:" a story based on Tree of Life symbols
·Chapter-by-chapter journeys into each of the ten Spheres

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE QABALAH I
2
Malkuth
31
Yesod55
55
Hod83
83
Netzach Ios Tiphareth
119
Geburah
141
Chesed
157
Binah
173
Kether
205
Daath and the Abyss
219
The Remaining Paths
225
A Qabalistic Tale
257
555PLAYFUL CORRESPONDENCES TO GET YOU IN THE MOOD
281
Bibliography
285
Index
289
Copyright

Chokmah
189

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About the author (2001)

Kala Trobe (UK) is the main nom-de-plume of Kate La Trobe-Bateman. She is author of the award-winning work of fiction "The Magick Bookshop "and the new "Magick in the West End," a dazzling collection of short stories that brim with imagination and come straight from the theatre-lit, gaudy, blinding, yet, bewitching streets of London's West End - and all seen through the eyes of a magically-minded young and aspiring occultist at one of Londons most well-known esoteric bookshops.
Kala Trobe is the author of several works of Llewellyn non-fiction including "Invoke the Goddess: Visualizations of Hindu, Greek, & Egyptian Deities, Magic of Qabalah," "Invoke the Gods: Exploring the Power of Male Archetypes "and "The Witchs Guide to Life," and is also published by Random House UK.
Ms Trobe currently divides her time between London and Amsterdam.

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