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”

Yesod: The ultimate drag queen

This post is the second 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. Yesod is the ninth sphere on the tree,Continue reading “Yesod: The ultimate drag queen”

Malkuth: Super queer queen of everything

This post is the first 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 begin our journeyContinue reading “Malkuth: Super queer queen of everything”

What are your “soul values”?

The current global crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic presents a profound challenge to humans on both societal and individual levels. As we live through such extraordinary times, we are called to examine our true values and needs, and determine whether we are actually prioritizing those values and needs – as a society, as companies, asContinue reading “What are your “soul values”?”