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The Mysteries of Yesod- Foundations of the Spiritual Life

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The Mysteries of Yesod- Foundations of the Spiritual Life

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Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov renews in our times the sense and significance of the ancient mystery traditions enriched by his own discoveries. The mysteries of Yesod refer to the ninth Sephirah on the cabbalistic Tree of Life. The main spiritual quality associated with this sephirah is purity which is the base of true spirituality.

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Yesod, the ninth Sephirah on the cabbalistic Tree of Life, is the symbol of a pure life. Taking purity as the basis of his spiritual teaching (Yesod means 'base' in Hebrew), Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov renews in our times the sense and significance of the ancient Initiations enriched by his own innumerable discoveries. He has personally practised and experimented at length with the rules and exercises he proposes for our use ; their purpose is to liberate man and awaken in every fibre of his being the vital, harmonious forces of Divine life.

Part II - Purity
1 - Purity is a Question of Nourishment
2 - Sorting and Selecting
3 - Purity and the Spiritual Life
4 - Purity in the Three Worlds
5 - The River of Life
6 - Purity and Peace
7 - The Magic of Trusting
8 - Purity and Speech
9 - To Find Purity
10 - Blessed are the Pure in Heart
11 - The Gates of the New Jerusalem

Part III - Love and Sex

Part IV - Realization
1 - The Spring
2 - Fasting
3 - Washing
4 - The Real Baptism
5 - The Angels of the Four Elements

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Evolution Towards Light

I speak to you only of yourselves, of realities that exist within you. Even if you are still not aware of their existence and do not fully understand what I am referring to, I know that through my words I am contacting an entity whose only wish is to come into the light. This entity can be compared to a lotus that begins to develop underwater before blossoming on the surface. Things are born, take shape and begin to grow in the darkness of the subconscious. By the time they rise to awareness, they are no longer in their early stage but have almost reached completion, because they have already been in motion for a long time. In the same way, my words awaken in your deepest being a presence, a spiritual entity, which will one day emerge, like the lotus flower, to blossom above water.

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov