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Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

Bhakti Yoga, in its higher forms, is a continuous recollection of Deity-as-Love, and a continuing participation in that Love. It is, at root, identical with the d’vequth (“adherence, intense devotion”) of the Chassidim.

Both bhakti and d’vequth have outer and inner aspects of worship. Ritualistic forms serve initially to establish the conscious awareness of this relationship with the root of all love and, later, to serve as a stimulus to its continuing recollection; but the essence of the higher practice is simply the continuing awareness of, and abiding within, the interminable Love itself. As it is written in Liber Legis: “A feast every day in your hearts in the joy of my rapture! A feast every night unto Nu, and the pleasure of uttermost delight!”

The davaqah regards this intimate relationship as being with “God.” The bhakti regards it as being with Ishvara. We say it is with the Holy Guardian Angel. All of this is the same, but for the words; and we are counseled best to remember those words with which the feet of the Probationer of A.'.A.'. are first set firmly upon the Straight Path: “Should therefore the candidate hear the name of any God, let him not rashly assume that it refers to any known God, save only the God known to himself.”

One of the most successful approaches to this state of bhakti is the Jewish tradition of daily reading in the Sepher ha-Torah, regarding the whole of the Chamsha (lit., “group of five”) as a wheel, or cycle, that one completes in the course of each year. For many years, I contemplated an adaptation of this concept; for we, in Thelema, have our own Sepher ha-Torah, or “Book of the Law;” and our tradition has, as well, long recognized the Torah as a Rota (“wheel”) — whence our word Taro. I established a personal foundation for this some years ago in identifying sacred readings and meditations for each of the 22 days of the Thelemic High Holy Season (March 20-April 10 of each year), originally shared only with Second Order members of Temple of Thelema, and later (Anno XCIV) published in Can you get viagra over the counter in england

On these 12th and 13th days of October, Anno XCIV (1998 E.V.), my mind has returned more pointedly to the deeper concept, and I have found myself receiving a more complete model, and then working out its details. Of great interest to me is that these two days coincide, this year, with Simchas Torah, the annual festival of the Torah that inaugurates the Jewish annual cycle of readings. Though the Thelemic cycle commences nearly six months from now, at the Vernal Equinox, I have decided to follow these promptings and let the teaching have its birth on its own schedule.

Until a better term comes along, the traditional term tephilah is recommended to describe this cycle of daily practices, in its particular sense of a psalm, or song upraised in adoration. [See below for download links and further explanation.]

Love is the law, love under will.

Yaakov Dov bar-Aeshel
13 October, 1998 E.V. (Anno XCIV)


For the 22 days of the Holy Season ech year (March 20-April 10), a correspondence is noted to the 22 Hebrew letters and their associated Tarot Trumps. These are the basis of such personal meditations as one may wish to undertake. The readings for each day are selected primarily (but not exclusively) from the Thelemic Canon (A.'.A.'. Class A Documents), so as to correspond to the symbolism of the Letter and Trump.

The rest of the year is divided into three primary periods, with two interregna. These three periods are linked to readings (a few verses per day) from three Class A Documents: Liber LXV (Liber Cordis Cincti Serpente, “The Book of the Heart Girt with a Serpent”); Liber VII (Liber Liberi vel Lapis Lazuli, “The Book of the God Liber [Bacchus], or, The Book of the Blue Stone [Lapis Lazuli]”); and Liber CCXX (Liber L. vel Legis, “The Book of the Law”).

These Books were chosen, and in this sequence, for three reasons. First, they are the three greatest of the Thelemic canon. Second, they are the three assigned specifically (for memory work) to the three Foundation grades of Where to buy viagra online in canada: 0=0, 1=10, and 2=9. Third, they reflect, in this sequence, the natural path of spiritual progress, because they correspond, respectively, to the five Elements, then to the seven Planets, then to the triad of root alchemical principles (that is, to the Supernal Triad).

The overall plan is as follows:

THE HIGH HOLY DAYS (March 20-April 10).
These 22 days have distinctive readings as outlined previously.

THE ELEMENTS (Liber LXV) (April 11-September 10)
One chapter per month for five months. One day (the 10th of each month) intervenes between the prior section and this section, and between each chapter.

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