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Paths of Wisdom

Unlock the hidden potentials of the self and the universe--of macrocosm and microcosm--with the key of the Cabala. Paths of Wisdom gives readers the complete instructions to perform Cabalistic magick.

Author : John Michael Greer

Release : 1996

Publisher : Llewellyn Worldwide Limited

ISBN : 9781567183153

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Unlock the hidden potentials of the self and the universe--of macrocosm and microcosm--with the key of the Cabala. Paths of Wisdom gives readers the complete instructions to perform Cabalistic magick. Through meditation, Pathworking, magical rituals, and mystical contemplation, readers can learn how to incorporate the insight of the Cabala into their daily lives. Illustrations.

Paths of Wisdom

Unlock the hidden potentials of the self and the universe--of macrocosm and microcosm--with the key of the Cabala. Paths of Wisdom gives readers the complete instructions to perform Cabalistic magick.

Author : John Michael Greer

Release : 2007-01

Publisher :

ISBN : 9781870450256

File Size : 77.89 MB

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Unlock the hidden potentials of the self and the universe--of macrocosm and microcosm--with the key of the Cabala. Paths of Wisdom gives readers the complete instructions to perform Cabalistic magick. Through meditation, Pathworking, magical rituals, and mystical contemplation, readers can learn how to incorporate the insight of the Cabala into their daily lives. Illustrations.

The 32 Paths of Wisdom in the Jewish Tradition

Taken from the 32 Paths of Wisdom by Joannes Stephanus Rittangelius (1642), translation by William Wynn Westcott (1877) and embellished with additional content as a study guide and fully indexed.

Author : Joannes Stephanus Rittangelius

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Publisher : Lulu.com

ISBN : 1908445068

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Paths of Wisdom

Author : John Kenneth McCreary

Release : 1972

Publisher : Don Mills, Ont.: Longman Canada

ISBN :

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The 231 Gates of Initiation

And then, in 2005, the "32 Paths of Wisdom" article and Tarot were integrated with the 231 Gates of the Hebrew Tree and I digitally published "The 231 Gates of Initiation" for the first time online.This present edition in paperback differs ...

Author : Rawn Clark

Release : 2012-05-07

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ISBN : 9781475298901

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Sometime around the middle of 1998, during my work with the original Eight Temples Meditation Project, I "discovered" that both the Western Hermetic and Hebrew Tree of Life symbols held within them exactly 230 geometric shapes of a certain nature. Along with this discovery came the realization that these 230 shapes, plus the Tree as a whole, held a direct correlation to the 231 "Gates" mentioned in the Sepher Yetzirah and throughout Kabbalistic literature. So I began drawing these "231 Gates" by hand on paper... And as I drew, I explored...The following couple of years were spent in extensive exploration of all these Gates and eventually in 2002 I published "Book 231" online. At the same time, I created the "32 Paths of Wisdom Tarot" and wrote an article titled "The 32 Paths of Wisdom" which was published in the Autumn 2002 Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition. The main theme of this article was to illustrate the differences between the Western Hermetic and Hebrew versions of the Tree of Life and present the Hebrew Tree in the context of a Western Hermetic path of initiation. And then, in 2005, the "32 Paths of Wisdom" article and Tarot were integrated with the 231 Gates of the Hebrew Tree and I digitally published "The 231 Gates of Initiation" for the first time online.This present edition in paperback differs quite a bit from the 2005 digital edition. First of all, my understanding of the Tree of Life has deepened considerably since 2002, especially my understanding of how and why the planets are attributed to the Hebrew Letters. As a result, some of the planetary attributions have been corrected in this version. Secondly, I have removed 99% of the Hebrew words and substituted their English equivalents in an effort to make the Tree symbol much more accessible.

Saving the Republic

SAVING THE REPUBLICI Walk, Along the Paths of Wisdom

Author :

Release : 2020-07-04

Publisher : Independently Published

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SAVING THE REPUBLICI Walk, Along the Paths of Wisdom

Labyrinths

Author : Virginia Westbury

Release : 2003-10

Publisher : Da Capo Press, Incorporated

ISBN :

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The Bodhisattva Path of Wisdom and Compassion

Compilation of Ch'ogyam Trungpa Rinpoche's Vajradhatu Seminary teachings in three volumes.

Author : Chögyam Trungpa

Release : 2013

Publisher : Shambhala Publications

ISBN : 1590308034

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Compilation of Ch'ogyam Trungpa Rinpoche's Vajradhatu Seminary teachings in three volumes.

A Thousand Paths to Wisdom

Japanese prints and textiles and four-color metallic ink.

Author : David Baird

Release : 2000

Publisher : Spruce Books

ISBN : 9781840721195

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Japanese prints and textiles and four-color metallic ink. Bringing together a wide range of voices, ancient and modern, from both the East and West, each volume serves as a powerful reminder that the key to a contented life lies with the individual. Theological and philosophical thoughts from Greek mythology, Eastern and Western religion, proverbs, art, and literature offer wisdom, inspiration, and solace. Among the featured leaders, philosophers, artists, and scientists are William Butler Yeats, Salvador Dali, Benjamin Franklin, Mother Teresa, Plato, and Einstein.Â

Thirty-two Gates of Wisdom

Kabbalah holds the secrets to a path of conscious awareness. In this compact book, noted spiritual teacher DovBer Pinson presents 32 key concepts of Kabbalah and shows their value in opening the gates of perception.

Author : DovBer Pinson

Release : 2009-01

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ISBN : 9781934730249

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Kabbalah holds the secrets to a path of conscious awareness. In this compact book, noted spiritual teacher DovBer Pinson presents 32 key concepts of Kabbalah and shows their value in opening the gates of perception. From the Introduction: Simply translated, Kabbalah means "that which is received." Looking deeper, the word Kabbalah can mean to be open and receptive, to challenge one's own internal navigational system in order to see, hear, and be open to... more. We must be receptive to a teaching to fully absorb it. We turn ourselves into vessels and invite within that which we wish to understand or grasp. In this way, we become receptacles, dispensaries, and a part of the Kabbalah. We become vessels of this tradition by opening the self to a higher reality, and viewing the spirit within the matter. We raise our consciousness to the point where the Divine within all creation is revealed. As we pursue a deeper awareness, we become less ego-centered and more attuned to the deeper significance of our surroundings. About the author: Rabbi DovBer Pinson heads the Iyyun Center in Brownstone Brooklyn. He has written several books, including Inner Rhythms: The Kabbalah of Music; Reincarnation & Judaism: The Journey of the Soul; Meditation & Judaism: Exploring Meditative Paths and Jewish Wisdom of the Afterlife.

Dyothelemic Christianity

Paths. of. Wisdom: The. New. Tarot. Layout. and. Pathworking. System. According
to the earliest Hebrew texts on Qabalah, the Tree of Life is composed of 32
interconnected parts, called the 32 paths of Wisdom. The Tree was composed of
ten ...

Author : Christopher Etter

Release : 2005-05-01

Publisher : iUniverse

ISBN : 0595355587

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Dyothelemic Christianity is based in the Christian theology of Dyo-thelitism, and advocates the importance of realigning the human will with divine will. This is done in the image of the perfection of this universal principle as depicted by traditional Christian theology. Jesus Christ is seen as the perfection of this universal principle, and He is seen as a model of perfection that one should seek alignment with. Along with the theory involved in this concept I am introducing an adapted Jewish mystical doctrine and system as a tool to help understand both the nature of this theology and human self. Through Jewish internal meditational science I am introducing a comprehensive new approach to both Christianity and realignment with the divine, as well as a four-fold completion of Christian Theological doctrine that will help harmonize all the principles involved in this text. Dyothelemic Christianity is based on the scientific theory that there exists a universal divine order and will and the through alignment of the human will with divine will, the human self is united with the divine Self as a harmony of natures and wills. Thus Christ means one person, one hypostasis, two harmonious non-contrary natures and two harmonious non-contrary wills.

Eastern Wisdom

Here are spiritual paths that most Westerners have no real understanding of, but the wisdom here is both timeless and liberating.

Author : Confucius

Release : 2008-04

Publisher : Wilder Publications Limited

ISBN : 9781604593051

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Eastern Wisdom: Five Paths to Enlightenment explores Buddhism, Taoism, Hindu Mysticism, Confucianism, and Shinto. Here are spiritual paths that most Westerners have no real understanding of, but the wisdom here is both timeless and liberating. These five classics-The Creed of Buddha; The Sayings of Lao Tzu; The Yengishiki; The Great Learning, and Hindu Mysticism-are valuable introductions of the religions of the East.

Path of Life

The Way of Wisdom for Christ Followers George Christopher Scruggs. through
life. That person is traveling on a path that leads to failure. For Christians, the
path of life is found by accepting God's gift of salvation from the forces of
darkness and ...

Author : G. Christopher Scruggs

Release : 2014-02-14

Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN : 1630871427

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Path of Life: The Way of Wisdom for Christ Followers looks at wisdom literature from the perspective of a pastor deeply concerned about the condition of contemporary society. Western culture in general and American culture in particular has unwisely cut itself off from its deepest spiritual, moral, and practical roots in the Judeo-Christian tradition. Overcoming the deep-seated incoherence of our society will involve a recovery of sources of moral and practical wisdom that lie at the very roots of human society. This book is an attempt to take a look at these roots in a way that is accessible not just to experts but also to laypersons who are willing to work a bit to understand the sources of our current condition and the way forward.

Heart of Wisdom

The Path of Seeing AN EXPLANATION OF HOW TO PRACTISE THE
PERFECTION OF WISDOM ON THE PATH OF ... On the paths of accumulation
and preparation we realize emptiness with a conceptual mind by relying upon
correct reasons ...

Author : Kelsang Gyatso

Release : 2000

Publisher : Motilal Banarsidass Publishe

ISBN : 9788120817289

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Heart of Wisdom is based on an oral commentary to the Essence of Wisdom Sutra (the Heart Sutra), which was given by the author at Manjushri Mahayana buddhist Centre in England. The Heart Sutra, one of the best known and most popular of Mahayana Buddhist scriptures, contains the essence of Buddha`s teachings on emptiness and the methods to develop the wisdom that understands this ultimate reality. In this highly acclaimed explanation of the Sutra, Geshe Kelsang reveals its explicit and implicit meanings with both clarity and authority, and relates them to the five Mahayana paths that lead to full enlightenment. Seen in modern light, Buddha had been able to perceive, even see the vast spatial distances between atoms and between sub-atomic particles filled with electrons and even sub-eletrons in a state of high vibration. This atomic condition corresponds to a similar pattern in the brains of living beings and to interstellar and interplanetary gaps. The subject of emptiness as the author explains deals with perceptions leading to concept of formation and creation of a world of sense ideas which is merely a random arranging of material resources in an otherwise empty space filled with vibrations of these very particles. This is a rather difficult subject handled facilely by the author.

The Psalms, Books of Wisdom, and Canticle of Canticles

Because the Lord giveth wisdom : and out of His mouth cometh prudence and
knowledge . 7. He guardeth the salvation of the righteous , and protectetho them
that walk in simplicity , 8. Keeping the paths of justice , and guarding the ways of
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Author : Francis Patrick Kenrick

Release : 1857

Publisher :

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T'ai Chi as a Path of Wisdom

... almost impossible to follow through on them. Others have a very laidback
attitude and say they will practice when they feel like it. If the goal is to develop
and deepen one's experience of t'ai chi, neither of these paths will be very
successful.

Author : Linda Myoki Lehrhaupt

Release : 2001-10-02

Publisher : Shambhala Publications

ISBN : 0834826747

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Unlike most t'ai chi books, which focus strictly on how to do the t'ai chi forms, T'ai Chi as a Path of Wisdom presents a personal, practical view of this intriguing martial art. Lehrhaupt shares illuminating stories from her own life and the lives of her students that show how t'ai chi can be a vehicle for profound self-discovery and spiritual growth. In learning to master each body posture, t'ai chi students often confront self-doubt, frustration, and the desire to compete and compare themselves to others—problems that also arise in daily life. Lehrhaupt shows how these and other obstacles provide valuable opportunities to deepen awareness and recognize the striking continuities between practice and everyday life. Each section of the book includes practical exercises designed to enhance students' understanding of t'ai chi movements, and a helpful appendix answers many frequently asked questions about t'ai chi training such as how to find a teacher and how to balance practice with family life. Full of useful insights and guidance, T'ai Chi as a Path of Wisdom will be a valuable companion for all students of this increasingly popular martial art.

Ways of Wisdom

Paths. of. Holiness. iXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXi A House is
built by wisdom, And is established by understanding. ... Rachel and Eliza
matured in Jacob Mordecai's household, a house built by the wisdom of the Law.

Author : Jean E. Friedman

Release : 2001

Publisher : University of Georgia Press

ISBN : 9780820322520

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In Ways of Wisdom, Jean Friedman traces how Jacob Mordecai and his family, German American Orthodox Jews, adopted the Anglo-Irish enlightened pedagogical system developed by Richard Lovell Edgeworth and his daughter Maria. In 1808 Mordecai founded the Warrenton Female Academy on the enlightened principles described in the Edgeworths’ guide, Practical Education, and he enlisted family members to teach and manage the school. Rachel Mordecai, inspired by her father’s progressive methods, initiated an Edgeworthian experiment in home education on her young stepsister, Eliza. Rachel’s diary, reproduced in full in Ways of Wisdom, chronicles the moral instruction of Eliza. While retaining the traditional didacticism of wisdom literature, the diary also describes Eliza’s resistance to enlightened discipline and method. Friedman’s case study bears particular importance for scholars as it qualifies and enriches our understanding of the American Enlightenment as an amalgam of religious and ethnic assumptions rather than a universal acceptance of Liberalism or Republicanism. Ways of Wisdom also offers an illuminating reinterpretation of “Republican Motherhood” as a culturally diverse and politically complicated domestic paradigm.

Woman of Wisdom

This father was challenged to accept wisdom's path by his own father and now,
knowing the blessing of this choice, he motivates his son to likewise choose the
path of life. The father's approach in these chapters is positive—he is not so ...

Author : Myrna Alexander

Release : 2014-10-31

Publisher : Our Daily Bread Publishing

ISBN : 1572939397

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Whether you’re planning an individual or group study of the book of Proverbs, Woman of Wisdom is the place to start. This in-depth guide by Bible teacher and author Myrna Alexander will help you discover how to make wise choices by applying the timeless principles of Proverbs. Helps you discover how to make wise choices Covers every chapter of Proverbs Shows the way to live life with skill Designed for small group and individual Bible study

Groundless Paths

Āryavimuktisena nor Haribhadra asserts any difference in the manner in which
the nature of phenomena is realized through the paths of seeing and
familiarization. PGSD (pp. 139–40) defines the equipment of wisdom in general
as “the ...

Author : Karl Brunnholzl

Release : 2012-08-14

Publisher : Shambhala Publications

ISBN : 0834829509

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The Abhisamayalamkara summarizes all the topics in the vast body of the prajñaparamita sutras. Resembling a zip-file, it comes to life only through its Indian and Tibetan commentaries. Together, these texts not only discuss the "hidden meaning" of the prajñaparamita sutras—the paths and bhumis of sravakas, pratyekabuddhas, and bodhisattvas—but also serve as contemplative manuals for the explicit topic of these sutras—emptiness—and how it is to be understood on the progressive levels of realization of bodhisattvas. Thus these texts describe what happens in the mind of a bodhisattva who meditates on emptiness, making it a living experience from the beginner's stage up through buddhahood. Groundless Paths contains the first in-depth study of the Abhisamayalamkara (the text studied most extensively in higher Tibetan Buddhist education) and its commentaries from the perspective of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism. This study consists mainly of translations of Maitreya's famous text and two commentaries on it by Patrul Rinpoche. These are supplemented by three short texts on the paths and bhumis by the same author, as well as extensive excerpts from commentaries by six other Nyingma masters, including Mipham Rinpoche. Thus this book helps close a long-standing gap in the modern scholarship on the prajñaparamita sutras and the literature on paths and bhumis in mahayana Buddhism. Arya Maitreya's Ornament of Clear Realization, with its Indian and Tibetan commentaries, presents the complex dynamics of the path to liberation as a succession of realizations of the empty nature of all phenomena. This presentation is a powerful antidote to whatever two-dimensional views we might hold about spiritual experience and the journey to enlightenment.

The Art of Resilience

Each practical tip, each seed of wisdom, is encased in a one- or two-page story that's touching or humorous or thought provoking. The Art of Resilience is for anyone who has ever felt overwhelmed by disappointment, illness, or loss.

Author : Carol Orsborn

Release : 2010-05-26

Publisher : Harmony

ISBN : 0307554422

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Life is a tricky, often difficult journey, so few qualities are more important to our health and peace of mind than resilience of spirit. Carol Orsborn, an internationally recognized businesswoman, theologian, and motivational speaker, has created an inspiring guide to one hundred different ways to find wisdom and strength in an uncertain world. Her stories, anecdotes, and practical advice--inspired by the teachings of spiritual masters from both Eastern and Western traditions--are guaranteed to help anyone learn to rebound gracefully and productively when up against forces that are beyond our control. Each practical tip, each seed of wisdom, is encased in a one- or two-page story that's touching or humorous or thought provoking. The Art of Resilience is for anyone who has ever felt overwhelmed by disappointment, illness, or loss. It is a book that offers hope and comfort and reminds us, in ways both large and small, that we must move through and beyond disappointment to find our God-given capacity for love and joy.