The Genderqueer Tree of Life workshop (video)

Hello, friends! I’ve recently polished up my Genderqueer Tree of Life workshop, and recorded it for all to enjoy. Workshop description: The Hermetic Qabala is often perceived as an old-fashioned, patriarchal magickal tool full of absolutes and gender binaries. However, a deeper look within reveals all kinds of complicated, multi-faceted, and fluid gender and magickalContinue reading “The Genderqueer Tree of Life workshop (video)”

Kether: The queerest of the queer

This post is the tenth and final in a series highlighting each sphere in the Tree of Life. For additional background on the Qabala, see Guided Meditation: Introduction to the Tree of Life, Learning Qabala through story, Learning Qabala: Where to start?, and Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it. We began at the end, and we endContinue reading “Kether: The queerest of the queer”

Chokmah: Pride energy

This post is the ninth in a series highlighting each sphere in the Tree of Life. For additional background on the Qabala, see Guided Meditation: Introduction to the Tree of Life, Learning Qabala through story, Learning Qabala: Where to start?, and Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it. Chokmah is the second sphere on the Tree of Life,Continue reading “Chokmah: Pride energy”

Binah: Understanding queer community sorrow

This post is the eighth in a series highlighting each sphere in the Tree of Life. For additional background on the Qabala, see Guided Meditation: Introduction to the Tree of Life, Learning Qabala through story, Learning Qabala: Where to start?, and Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it. Binah is the third sphere on the Tree of Life,Continue reading “Binah: Understanding queer community sorrow”

Chesed: Who can I be now?

This post is the seventh in a series highlighting each sphere in the Tree of Life. For additional background on the Qabala, see Guided Meditation: Introduction to the Tree of Life, Learning Qabala through story, Learning Qabala: Where to start?, and Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it. Chesed is the fourth sphere on the Tree of Life,Continue reading “Chesed: Who can I be now?”

Geburah: The pain of unbecoming

This post is the sixth in a series highlighting each sphere in the Tree of Life. For additional background on the Qabala, see Guided Meditation: Introduction to the Tree of Life, Learning Qabala through story, Learning Qabala: Where to start?, and Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it. Geburah is the fifth sphere on the Tree, sitting rightContinue reading “Geburah: The pain of unbecoming”

Tiphareth: I’m coming out

This post is the fifth in a series highlighting each sphere in the Tree of Life. For additional background on the Qabala, see Guided Meditation: Introduction to the Tree of Life, Learning Qabala through story, Learning Qabala: Where to start?, and Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it. Tiphareth is the sixth sphere, and is the central pointContinue reading “Tiphareth: I’m coming out”

Netzach: The very concepts of gender and sexuality

This post is the fourth in a series highlighting each sphere in the Tree of Life. For additional background on the Qabala, see Guided Meditation: Introduction to the Tree of Life, Learning Qabala through story, Learning Qabala: Where to start?, and Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it. Netzach is the seventh sphere on the tree, sitting directlyContinue reading “Netzach: The very concepts of gender and sexuality”

Hod: Analytical, ace, intersex

This post is the third in a series highlighting each sphere in the Tree of Life. For additional background on the Qabala, see Guided Meditation: Introduction to the Tree of Life, Learning Qabala through story, Learning Qabala: Where to start?, and Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it. Hod is the eighth sphere on the tree, and theContinue reading “Hod: Analytical, ace, intersex”