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”

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”

Guided Meditation: Introduction to the Tree of Life

Since people learn in various ways, I’m continuing my intro Qabala teaching series (see: Learning Qabala: Where to start? and Learning Qabala through story) with an audio pathworking, guiding you from Malkuth up to Kether. I hope you enjoy it! Some slightly bigger news than that, though: Adding this audio pathworking has precipitated some excitingContinue reading “Guided Meditation: Introduction to the Tree of Life”

Learning Qabala through story

Last week, I wrote about some good starter texts on Qabala, for beginning your journey to understanding this amazing, super queer spiritual tool. Today, I’m going to take a small step back and share with you a very short story I’ve written to describe the Qabalistic Tree of Life to someone brand-new to the subject.Continue reading “Learning Qabala through story”

Learning Qabala: Where to start?

Admittedly, I’m a huge Qabala nerd (see previous post: Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it). I love how the Qabala gives me a framework for understanding our relationship with divinity and a clear path for personal growth. I love how you could study it for a lifetime and only begin toContinue reading “Learning Qabala: Where to start?”

Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it

Many magickal practitioners are turned off by Hermetic Qabala because, at first glance, it appears to be a deeply patriarchal and hierarchal tool with strong Abrahamic underpinnings: something both familiar and often repellant to those of us brought up in conservative, Abrahamic faiths. Today, we seek tools and traditions that are egalitarian, inclusive, and empoweringContinue reading “Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it”