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Featured art by Xnilo Watercolors, article by Jay Michaelson In 1954, Aldous Huxley published “The Doors of Perception,” a famous essay observing that the effects of mescaline were remarkably similar to the unitive mysticism of the world’s great religions, particularly Vedanta, the philosophical-mystical form of Hinduism which Huxley practiced. It caused an immediate sensation. Many... / READ MORE /
Da’at (or Daas) is a Hebrew word that means Knowledge. In the Kabbalistic Tree of Life Da’at is the location (the mystical state) where all ten sephirot are united as one. According to Wikipedia: In Da’at, all sephirot exist in their perfected state of infinite sharing. The three sephirot of the left column that would receive and... / READ MORE /
Netzach (Hebrew: נצח‎‎, “victory”) is the seventh of the ten Sefirot from the Kabbalah’s Tree of Life. Located beneath Chesed (‘loving-kindness’), at the base of the “Pillar of Mercy” which also consists of Chochmah (‘wisdom’). Netzach generally translates to ‘eternity’, and in the context of Kabbalah refers to ‘perpetuity’, ‘victory’, or ‘endurance’. It communicates the idea of long-suffering,... / READ MORE /
The power of prayer extends beyond any religious ritual…it is a way to connect to your higher self, to allow the energy of the universe to work through you – so your intentions can be made manifest through the attention you place on them. Prayer is not dogmatic, nor is it limited to just putting your hands... / READ MORE /