Welcome to this introduction to Archangels and the Tree of Life. The Practical Wisdom of Qabalah, and the Tree of Life, is a wealth of information, with many correspondences.
For centuries this Timeless and Ancient Wisdom has been used as a means of experiencing and understanding the different aspects of creation.
The practical teachings – mapped out on the Qabalistic Tree of Life – are very simple and easy to incorporate into daily life.
Like a road map, the Tree of Life provides a route, back to the source of creation, which makes it a very powerful spiritual tool and guide.
The circles are known collectively as sephiroth. Each of the 10 sephirah represents a different aspect of the Almighty Creator that resides within us, and has their own unique temple or inner connecting point.
We can use these inner temples, or connecting points, to help us to meditate and contemplate when we need information to help us in our daily life.
Full descriptions are given in the workbooks on how to build the imagery of the temples for a very magical experience.
Archangels and Angels
The ten sephiroth also have different archangels and angels assigned to them.
Qabalists believe the role of the archangel is to oversee Gods plan for humanity, while the angels are the messengers to help those on Earth bring these plans into manifestation.
Each archangel has a different job and can be called upon to help us with various aspects within our life.
Study of the practical Qabalah provides insights into how to connect with, and be guided by, the Archangels and the Tree of Life.
The Archangel Sandalphon
The sephirah Malkuth is situated at the base of the Tree of Life and represents the physical plane, and the planet Earth. For this reason it makes sense to begin the study of the Tree of Life here. In guided meditation the student connects with the Archangel Sandalphon. Sandalphon is the Guardian of Humanity, who introduces us to the four worlds of existence and the Elemental Kings and their Kingdoms.
Gabriel is the Archangel of Yesod – the sphere of Emotion and Memory, and Michael (or Mikael) greets us in the Temple of Hod – he is the Light Bringer, who throws light into the dark corners of the Mind.
More on each of the Archangels of the Tree of Life can be found in our series of workbooks.
Guided Archangel Meditation available in iTunes
Malkuth, the Kingdom workbook – available in Kindle, paperback and pdf format.