Welcome to this introduction to Malkuth, the Kingdom. On the Tree of Life Malkuth is sephirah number 10. The Qabalah book – Malkuth – is the first in the series to explore.

 Malkuth – The Kingdom 

Malkuth - sephirah 10
When studying the practical Qabalah the student often begins at the base of the Tree of Life, and starts by familiarising themselves first with the sephirah known as the Temple of the Earth plane.

The Hebrew name for this temple is Malkuth which in English means The Kingdom.

 The Kingdom of Earth

As we go deeper into the teachings we discover that the Tree of Life has many levels.

There are Worlds within Worlds

The Great Oak Temple of Malkuth represents the physical plane.  The physical plane is the World of Matter.  It is the world we live in, and the personal life we have created for ourselves. Meditating in the oak Temple of Malkuth helps the individual to become more aware of the energy of the material (physical) plane and gain a greater understanding of the way they handle this energy, and take Action in Everyday Life.

The Malkuth workbook is the first in this series of practical Qabalah books. This workbook outlines how the Tree of Life can be used, and in practical, simple terms allows the student to access the five senses:  Touch, Taste, Smell, Sight and Sound, and the basic values of the Earth Plane which include financial, physical, and material wants – as opposed to essential needs. (See also Wants and Needs)

Malkuth can also be used to help examine, and find answers to, challenging issues in everyday life such as financial concerns and physical wellbeing.

Malkuth index page

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Meditation record sheet for use with workbook

Explore Yesod – sephirah number 9 – known as the Foundation