The Qabala Tree Of Life ... Flow Of PerceptionsThe Qabala Tree of Life .....FLOW OF PERCEPTIONS
A COSMIC CODE WRITTEN WITHIN THE HUMAN PSYCHE
( KUNDALINI )
The Tree of life is a graphic representation of the dynamic process of becoming. There is no real hierarchy, no fundamental level of desc
Analogous processes of transformation in consciousness lead to insight and creativity. Each moment in the therapeutic process, as in all life, reflects all others in the past. Each therapeutic image contains a fractal-like representation of past, present, and future. The transformation of imagery reflects in creativity; transformation of beliefs, thoughts, feelings, values, attitudes and behavior.
The story goes that around 4,000 years ago an angel gave the Qabala and Tree of Life to Humans. Though the glyph has gone through a few permutations through the centuries, it's essence has remained intact.
Curiously, this matrix describes the exact geometries of the nucleus of atomic structure as described by Buckminster Fuller in Synergetics.
ASTROLOGY ...AS ABOVE ...SO BELOW
By "looking within" the qabalists correctly deduced the primal structure of reality without any recourse to modern science and technology.
Apparently, the angels spoke the Truth. This is the essence of Synergetic Qabala.
In the tree of life … consciousness and matter share the same essence as different ex
The laws of nature are evolving because nature is creative.
This universal dynamic creativity is also the domain of the Qabala with its consciousness map, the Tree of Life. It presents a holistic image of emergent creativity, a webwork of the interaction of various spheres of influence, and the complex feedback loops which bind them to one another. In terms of consciousness, each sphere (hypersphere) represents a discrete state of consciousness, and each path a transitional phase, or transformation.
Aspects of the system can be entrained through resonance …...
Every body placed in the luminous air spreads out in circles and fills the surrounding space within infinite likenesses of itself and appears all in all.
--Leonardo da Vinci