ALCHEMY: THE PROCESS OF SPIRIT

Alchemy is the art of manipulating life, and consciousness in matter, to help it evolve, or to solve problems of inner disharmonies.” 

Jean Dubu

These are the more psychological aspects when relating the Body to Mind. This is to purify the self in balance with the Soul. The absolute goal of being pure is to totally empower the Self. In the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, this is full Illumination. This process of the Spirit or Mind is from ‘Awakening’ up until the full enlightenment of knowledge.

CALCINATION: This represents the destruction of the ego. It symbolizes those who oppose the ‘status quo’ of the matrix and slavery. This process is sometimes called, ‘an awakening’.

DISSOLUTION: This represents the breaking down of illusions, generates new energies and the bliss of wellbeing. It symbolizes creativity beyond the scope of the structural hierarchy.

SEPARATION: This represents the reclaiming of the essence. It symbolizes those with goals, dreams and visions. This is the letting go of self-inflicted restraints and working with spirit. Brings new energies and physical renewal.

CONJUNCTION: This represents the empowerment of our true selves. It symbolises living within an intuitive state of consciousness; to learn, achieve and acknowledge true enlightenment, any synchronicities, growth of skills, and mastering environments.

FERMENTATION: This represents the inspiration of spiritual power. It symbolises the breakdown of the personality by forming a mystical union with the spirit. This may be helped by using psychedelic drugs, deep meditation, and chi.

DISTILLATION: This represents the agitation and sublimation of psychic forces by the purification of who we are. It symbolizes the circulation of energy into the power of light.

COAGULATION: This represents a new confidence beyond all things, the highest aspirations in the evolution of Mind. This symbolises that the astral body exists on all levels of reality. A body of light filled with the knowledge of truth.

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