The Living Tree
This set of exercises is intended to make you more aware of
the impact of holding onto those areas and things within our
lives that are no longer productive.
Opening to Judgment
Follow the news for the next three weeks. Identify the
Geburic events . How could they be
In the last study we used the energy of Geburah filtered
through the energy of Tiphareth to give thought to the
events in the news.
For the next two weeks, look again at
several events in the news. See where those events may
have been averted or had different outcome had they been
filtered through the lens of Chesed. How much attention
was given to seeing the “complete and broader” picture?
How many different perspectives do you think were
offered in reaching the final determination?
Finding Your Place of
seeing through the perspective of Chesed, reassess
any areas where more mercy could have been shown.
Perhaps something was identified as being unproductive
and it just simply needed the broader perspective of
Chesed’s mercy to transform it.
… “ the essential rightness of anything is
defined by its relationships with what is not…?
- Ladders of Light – William Gray
Reflect on the quote above.
b. Think back to a time when you were absolutely
convinced that your course of action was the “right” thing
c. What was the outcome of that action or decision?
d. Most importantly, what did you use as your measure of
to what degree the “rightness” of that decision was? What
would have been its antithesis?
Meditation on the Magickal Image of
Mighty Crowned and Throned King"
Quiet your mind and then allow your
consciousness to be drawn into this picture. What are the
points of tension or dis-ease you may feel? What are the
emotions of security and fairness of intent are provoked. If
you were that King, what would weigh heavily upon your mind
as action needed to ensure that the best interest of the
larger community would be served?