Chakra awareness ritual

Another non-Enochian ritual. This one came to me from a female figure in a dream.

So during meditation or as you fall asleep, think back to your birthday, and then back to your conception day.

Think of your parents and all the energies they were bringing to that sexual act—the raw emotionality.

Now take your astral hands and make a clasping fist over your navel, like a Christmas caroler. Alternate back and forth over which hand is on top. Increase the speed (remember, this is astral, so you can technically have them going as fast as the Flash, just don’t move your physical hands).

Now, extend your astral palms in front of each other, about six inches apart, like you’re trying to show how big something is to someone, except this your hands are closer to your navel. Alternate where they are with your navel as the common center.

You’re going to make an octagon by rapidly alternating your extended palms in opposing locations: up down, left right, up-left/down right, & up-right/down-left. Just keep alternating your hands’ locations about this common center.

Now imagine a glow appearing where your fists were, but your hands are now making an octagon about it (it need not be an inscribing octagon). Next, imagine a screen appearing around where the orb was. You can still have your moving hands in the back of your mind but now focus on the screen.

A story may appear about what’s happening with you at this chakra on this screen.

Note: you can do this same technique for each/all of your chakras. You can imagine multiple pairs of hands (like a Hindu god) on the astral. You will have an opportunity to create a new alignment of how these chakras are relating to each other and to the world at large. When I did this for my third eye in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, I saw a crying child on the screen. I then rearranged the chakras in order to better use the energies there….

Light-Bridge YHVH Ritual

I have been thinking about how to create a ritual to extend Light-Bridge consciousness. During today’s meditation, the answer seemed to come.

  1. Ground. If needed or desired, perform the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram and/or of the Hexagram.
  2. Middle Pillar Ritual (expanded, if preferred).
  3. If applicable, the magician evokes her or his Holy Guardian Angel.
  4. The magician aspires towards Kether and towards the cosmic heart (universal Tiphareth).
  5. If possible, the magician attains the highest supernal consciousness into which the magician has been initiated. Otherwise, the magician cultivates aspiration towards the supernals as done during the Middle Pillar.
  6. At this point the magician prays to the Divine to direct the magician’s light-bridge to its proper destination.
  7. The magician expands (or aspires to expand) her or his consciousness to include both Atziluth (if attained) and Briah (if attained), especially Tiphareth.
  8. In Briah, within a vivid sense of clear light, the magician visualizes three golden wedding rings, each with a single diamond, and which rotate around a common center, being created from emanations in Atziluth.
  9. The outermost ring leaves the other three, and is visualized as inverting (so that the diamond of the ring is on the inner rather than the outer portion). This comes around the chest of the magician such that the diamond stations itself in the heart of the magician. The magician vibrates: Yod.
  10. The magician now visualizes the middle ring uncurling from the point opposite the diamond. One end links to the ring surrounding the magician, the other end carries the third ring to its destination. The diamond of this middle ring may shatter into many smaller diamonds, into a hard thin layer around the uncurled ring, even into ornamental diamond-flowers, or it may remain exactly the same size and shape; regardless, it refracts and bends light around it into the beautiful pattern that it was meant to create. The magician vibrates: Heh.
  11. The magician visualizes the third ring inverting itself as the first ring did, diamond facing the inside, and this ring reaching its destination and diamond stationed in the heart of its recipient. The magician vibrates: Vav.
  12. The bridge is complete. The magician has the sure knowledge that this bridge will surely lead to the creation of another, and visualizes this happening at its proper moment. The magician again vibrates: Heh.
  13. If desired, prayers of thanks.
  14. The magician returns to the physical body. The ritual is complete. Additional banishing may be done, if desired.

Enochian-language version of an Extended Middle Pillar Ritual

The original Middle Pillar Ritual (MPR) remains one of my favorite rituals to come out of the membership of the Golden Dawn. It is a means to align oneself on the Pillar of Mildness, which rests between the Pillar of Mercy and the Pillar of Severity, allowing for balanced ascension of the Tree of Life, the most common model of the Kabbalah. This middle pillar consists of four sephiroth (spheres of consciousness; singular “sephirah”). These are Malkuth (Kingdom, the sphere of physical world), Yesod (Foundation, the sphere of form, or connection between objects), Tiphareth (Beauty, the sphere from which the True Will toward the mundane world resides), and Kether (Crown, the highest sphere of consciousness, a place of Union with the Divine). The middle pillar also contains the one pseudo-sephirah, Da’ath (knowledge), which is placed between Tiphareth and Kether.

My version extends of the MPR (to the extent that I am familiar with the correspondences) into the four worlds: Kether, Da’ath, Tiphareth, Yesod, & Malkuth in Atziluth (Emanation), Briah (Creation), Yetzirah (Formation), and Assiah (Action). The Assiah section is an elaborated version of Regardie’s original version, with additional correspondences of that world added. For this translation I of course am relying on Aaron Leitch’s The Angelical Language, Vol. II, and also Eshelman’s 776 1/2. Because Eshelman’s work includes it, I have also added a correspondence to Ain Sof/Ain Sof Aur of Atziluth.

Some correspondences in my own version of this are not available in this version because they refer to god names outside of Enochian, but I am adding placeholders [in brackets].

Atziluth (Emanations)

Ain Sof/Ain Sof Aur: Vibrate the following three times: ZDLZL, ZZZDZ, ZLDLDZ [LASHTAL]. (You have pronunciation options here: Zohd-Dee-EL-Zohd-El, Zohd-Zohd-Zohd-Dee-Zohd, Zohd-El-Dee-El-Dee-Zohd (early modern English); or, Ceph-Gal-Ur-Ceph-Ur, Ceph-Ceph-Ceph-Gal-Ceph, or Ceph-Ur-Gal-Ur-Gal-Ceph; these are “higher octave” versions of the names and phrases in Kether, following the Agrippa method of discovering higher angel names, but applied to Enochian as described by Leitch).

Kether: Vibrate the following three times: JAIDA, PRONOA, TONIEL (“J. I. Dah,” “Pro-Noah,” “Tony L.”). {Highest God, “Divine Love,” “All is one.”}

Da’ath: [no correspondence available to my knowledge]

Tiphareth: [no Enochian correspondence available to my knowledge; the barbarous name is “Onophis.”]

Yesod: [no correspondence available to my knowledge]

Malkuth: [no correspondence available to my knowledge]

Briah (Creation):

Kether: Vibrate the following God names three times: “OL TRIAN” {“I shall be”}, eL. (“ohl-tree-ahn,” “L.”). The Hebrew angel name is Yehuel (or Jehoel), meaning “like unto God” (YHV); the translation of the name into Enochian is “AZIA(e)L” (ay-zigh-ay-el), but I haven’t “pressure-tested” this name yet, so you may add Yehuel to the god names.

Da’ath: Vibrate three times: eL, CARUBIAL (“L.,” “kay-roo-bee-ayl”); this Enochian angel name is equivalent to Kerubiel and appeared to me during Chokmah initiation.

Tiphareth: Vibrate three times: GAHOACHMA (Jay-Hohk-Mah). [The Hebrew angel names are Chasmel & Metatron.]

Yesod: L-ENAY (“L.N.A.”). [Hebrew angel name here is once again Yehuel.]

Malkuth: L-IAIDON, L-ENAY (“eL-jay-eye-don”, “L.N.A.”). [The Hebrew angel name is Michael.]

Yetzirah (Formation): The rotation of the name YHVH in Yetzirah does not make sense to apply to Enochian, so simply vibrate: GAHOACHMA.

Assiah (Action).

Kether: ENAY, OL TRIAN. The archangel name here is Metatron.

Da’ath: GAHOACHMA IAD. Kraig substitutes the angel-governor names of the Aethyr of ZAX: LEXARPH, COMANAN, TABITOM.

Tiphareth: GAHOACHMA, L-IADNAH (jay-hohk-mah, ell-yad-nah). The archangel name here is Raphael.

Yesod: IAIDON L-IOIAD (jay-eye-don ell–joh-jad). The angel name is Gabriel.

Malkuth: L IAIDON, ENAY CAOSGO (el Jay-Jod, “N.A.,” Kay-Os-Goh”). The archangel name is Sandalphon.