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Living The Tree Of Life

The Qabala is a powerful esoteric subject that is often presented in vague and abstract terms. As an important aspect of many Western and Ceremonial magickal practices, it can be a daunting journey.

We humbly offer an opportunity to join a facilitated group (this is not a class lead by a teacher) that will attempt to bring the magick of the Qabalah into one's daily life, practice, and thoughts. This group will focus on path-working and a study of the Sephirah, and will offer hands on activities that are aimed at allowing us to "touch" the Sephirah, paths, and associations on the Tree of Life.

Our primary text will be Israel Regardie's "The Tree of Life - A Study in Magic". However, please feel free to bring or share information from other authors and sources.

Again, since this is a facilitated workgroup, not a class, we ask that you perhaps do some cursory investigation of the Sphere of Malkuth, from any source you care to and particularly from Regardie's work (texts such as "The Middle Pillar", "Garden of Pomegranates", "The Tree of Life"). In depth knowledge is not required to participate, we merely suggest that it would be fruitful to do a little preliminary reading.

This discussion group is free to attend, but donations towards the cost of space and materials are appreciated.

This is the second discussion in the series. We have begun to explore the basics of each sephirah, discussing what aspects we might apply to our day to day lives. You do not need to have attended the first meetup to join this one. In fact, we welcome newcomers!

We will host this discussion every two weeks.


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