Israel Regardie – The Middle Pillar – edited and annotated with new material by Chic Cicero & Sandra Tabatha Cicero – Note: Pour. MIDDLE. PILLAR. The Balance Between. Mind and Magic. Israel Regardie edited and annotated with new material by. Chic Cicero. Sandra Tabatha Cicero. Israel Regardie’s book, The Art of True Healing, is an instruction in how to do The Middle Pillar Ritual Meditation. Readers of Israel Regardie would have heard.

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The commentaries of the Ciceros both on the original text and to their second part of the book, which is half of the book, really help a lot not only to understand the practices and their importance, but they also provide various methods and exercises for the serious practitioner to experiment and work alone. Now in its third edition, The Middle Pillar is better than ever. Apr 03, Spider Goddess rated it it was ok. Leave a Reply Cancel reply.

It takes approximately a year for the Earth Mama to revolve around Father Sun. Jul 15, Kadesh Vega rated it really liked it. It is a really impressive book with a lot of energy from the Ciceros.

Description The classic book on working with the energy of the body for spiritual purposes, The Middle Pillar by Israel Regardie, is now more complete, more modern, more usable, and better than ever. Aug 08, T. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Practical alchemy is concerned with transforming a base material into a higher regardid more purified substance, such as the turning of a base metal into regardiee.

Like any serious practice of meditation, a life time could be devoted to Regardie’s methods.

He particularly draws from Analytical Psychology and C. Sandra Tabatha CiceroChic Cicero.


The Middle Pillar: The Balance Between Mind and Magic

This is definately a book for advanced magik practioners. I enjoyed their writing, but not so much as Regardie. It’s a bit wordy, a bit too annalitical for me, but I got a lot out of it. The daily rituals are the most commonly practiced techniques by the modern Occultist, Beginner and Adept alike; for one to halt their practice altogether would most likely prove to be unwise.

At this point you should be visualizing simultaneously the brilliant sphere above your head, the smaller ball of light at the base of your neck, and the beam of light connecting the two. Visualize a slender beam of light descending from the brilliance above your head, through the center of your head, and stopping at the nape of your neck.

Middle Pillar Ritual by Israel Regardie

They have also added new material in a separate section that more than doubles the size of the book with their valuable insights and knowledge.

He even said psychotherapists could use techniques of magic in a clinical setting for the benefit of patients. Like any se If you want to know about the Middle Pillar, then this is the book for you.

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I’m not having a pop at Regardie, as I dearly love many of his works A Garden of Pomegranites, in particular is an regardue bookbut – unless you’re a completist, I can’t recommend the effort to wade through the first portion of the book.

Above all, try to get your mind into a still, quiet, and calm state. There are two people more responsible for the rebirth of magick in the second half of the twentieth century than anyone else. At a time when magic was regarded by most as suspect at best and dangerously evil at worst, Israel Regardie saw magic as a precise scientific discipline as well as rsgardie highly spiritual way of life. Upon retirement inhe moved to Sedona.


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It’s not the material that’s at fault here, it’s the way it’s presented; Regardie wasn’t the liveliest of authors at the best of times, granted, but he’s excelled even himself here, in producing the equivalent of a literary tedium-fest.

You have to read it AND practice the exercise. Anyway, this book has made these subjects and exercises seem less intimidating to me; my understanding on these subjects has increased more from what I’ve read from Regardie than from what I’ve read from Crowley–not to talk smack on Crowley, just a matter of fact–and for that, this book gets five stars.

Available from Llewellyn Publications. Readers of Israel Regardie would have heard of this, and so would many with an interest in Western occultism. Here, the Ciceros have expanded Regardie’s classic book to what it always should have been–a thorough, accessible examination and extension of the single ritual which has become the very embodiment of magic. Not only do you learn the ritual extremely thouroughly, but you are introduced to the very foundation of Western Occultism and how it relates to the psychology of the mind.

It’s not the material that’s at fault here, it’s the way it’s presented; Regardie wasn’t the liveliest of authors at the best of ti Phew!

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