Monday, 20 April 2020
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Are animals tails the externalization of their souls having a foot in klipoth in regions of instinct. If horns represent intellectual misuse of energy, and tails are the result of energy spent on the animalistic instincts, what emerges when we misuse energy through emotions.

I'd like to imagine that animals have tails for balance and nothing too do with klipoth, but I'd like to hear an instructors opinion. Also is the structure of the tree of life universal for other life forms like an octopus or an advance being? I'd imagine the 2D drawn out representation of the tree life that we are familiar with will not match other life forms. Why is the the tree of life drawn the way it is, why does consciousness ascend diagonally up the tree, why can't there be a straight line from klipoth to kether, why can't the placement of Geburah and Chesed switch, is there any reason besides tradition that we draw the tree the way we do? To my understanding, we draw it such way because it lines up with the human body/mind structure and with the flower of life. But it's only a drawing, a very dumbed down 2D symbolic representation, it's hard for me to imagine that our layout of it is as precise as we can get it, in time as we learn more, would it be likely that tree will change shape?
2 years ago
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Animal as well as intellectual humanoid bodies are transformers of energy. The tail, found amongst primates and ancient Lemurians, were extensions of the downward flux of energies known as the Kundabuffer organ.

There is no physiological counterpart to having negative emotions, other than sicknesses, heart disease, and other emotional sicknesses.

Tails are transformers and modifiers of instinctual energy. This doesn't make cats or dogs evil or demonic, just animals!

The tree of life is a map of universal laws and the true human being. All animals, creatures, and humanoids belong to Malkuth: the kingdom.

However, solar humanity belongs to the nine heavens.

The sephiroth are symbols of principles, archetypes, levels of being. The verticality of the tree does not refer to verticality in physical space, but to refinement and degrees of consciousness that are scientific, exact, precise.

Speculations about the universe do not amount to much, yet experience in meditation provides clarity and understanding of everything.

Study and meditate upon the kabbalah for a deeper understanding of the universe:

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

2 years ago
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#21824
Accepted Answer
Animal as well as intellectual humanoid bodies are transformers of energy. The tail, found amongst primates and ancient Lemurians, were extensions of the downward flux of energies known as the Kundabuffer organ.

There is no physiological counterpart to having negative emotions, other than sicknesses, heart disease, and other emotional sicknesses.

Tails are transformers and modifiers of instinctual energy. This doesn't make cats or dogs evil or demonic, just animals!

The tree of life is a map of universal laws and the true human being. All animals, creatures, and humanoids belong to Malkuth: the kingdom.

However, solar humanity belongs to the nine heavens.

The sephiroth are symbols of principles, archetypes, levels of being. The verticality of the tree does not refer to verticality in physical space, but to refinement and degrees of consciousness that are scientific, exact, precise.

Speculations about the universe do not amount to much, yet experience in meditation provides clarity and understanding of everything.

Study and meditate upon the kabbalah for a deeper understanding of the universe:

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

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