The Secret to Happiness
Complete and perfect realization of pleasure and happiness almost perfect. Self-praise, vanity, conceit, much talking of self, yet kind and lovable, and may be self-denying therewith. High-minded, not easily satisfied with small and limited ideas. Apt to be maligned through too much self-assumption. A good, generous, but maybe foolish nature. Yesod of Heh. (Complete success, pleasure, happiness, wish fulfilled.) Therein rule Saliah and Aariel. The Nine of Cups is Yesod in the scale of Briah. It is the Moon, a Stable Foundation in the Creative World of Pure Intellect. In this card the equilibrium which was lost in the last two cards in restored once again by the return to the Middle Pillar of Balance. It is ruled by Jupiter in Pisces, which is beneficial. Here the Mercy of Jupiter is conducted through the calm waters of Pisces into the watery realm of the Moon. This reflects pleasure, happiness and good fortune into our world, Malkuth.
Success, Happiness, Health, Opportunity, Expansion, Fulfillment, Well-being Devoured by the fulfillment of her wishes, she slumps before the fruits of her attainment. The desired traps of material comfort sensual pleasure, abundance, well-being and happiness all now depend upon the black tide of her continued success. Opportunity is assured, but satisfaction lies elsewhere.
Beauty, happiness, pleasure, success, also luxury and sometimes dissipation, but only if with very evil cards. 10. THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE. Good fortune and happiness (within bounds), but sometimes also a species of intoxication with success, if the cards near it bear this out. Karma.
A radiant white angelic hand issuing from clouds and supporting on the palm thereof a cup, resembling that of the stolistes. From it rises a fountain of clear and glistening water and spray falling on all sides into clear calm water below, in which grow lotus and water lilies. The great letter Heh of the Supernal Mother is traced in the spray of the fountain. It symbolizes Fertility, Productiveness, Beauty, Pleasure, Happiness, etc.
That star gleams full of glory in Absolute Abstract Space. Thus from that star emanates Kether (the Father), Chochmah (the Son) and Binah (the Holy Spirit) of every man. Ain Soph, the star that guides our interior sends its ray to the world in order to become conscious of its own happiness. Happiness without consciousness of its own happiness is not happiness. The Ray (the Spirit) had mineral, vegetable and animal consciousness. When that Ray incarnated for the first time in a savage and primitive human body, it awoke as man and had self-consciousness of its own happiness. The Ray could then have returned to the Star which guides its interior. Unfortunately, within the profound bosom of the maelstrom of the dense forest, savage desire gave birth to the'l . The instinctive forces of nature trapped the innocent mind of man and the false mirage of desire arose. Pain is of Satan (the psychological I ), because it is he who is responsible for the bad actions....
As all of the card images suggest, the happiness is inspired from above. On the other hand, it should be remembered that the Tarot, when used for divination, is best applied to mundane matters, and the meaning of this aspect may be considered different if applied to a more spiritual plane. In ordinary divination, the meaning is matters definitely arranged and settled as wished, permanent and lasting success.
At the moment that the neophyte pronounces his two fatal mantra, his body instantaneously dies and he is submitted to great ordeals in the internal worlds. He has to confront the fear of death, he must endure the hurricane of karma, he has to triumph over that which the Father - Mother place before him. The goal is to be able to enter, or better said, to be reborn in superhuman form in one of the kingdoms of the Devas, be it in that of great concentration, or of the long hairs, or of Maitreya, or of Supreme Happiness, etc. In that region he will remain so as to prepare himself for Liberation.
Whether, on account of material profit, a man betrays his inner conviction, his inner divine voice, thus selling his divine Self, or whether he staunchly obeys his inner voice and follows his conviction. This means that he does the will of God I And the greatest happiness of all is when man is satisfied in and with himself, for it means nothing other than that god is satisfied with him Thus on the left path man must sooner or later awaken so that he will never again stray on to it believing that happiness is to be found there. He must find the right path and advance along it in order to reach the great goal. Each one of us must have this experience on the left path behind him, if he does not
The Protocosmos, or first cosmos is infinitely divine, ineffable. In it there does not exist any mechanical principle, it is governed by the One Law. If we reflect profoundly about the Solar Absolute, we will see that there exists beyond, the most complete freedom, absolute happiness, because everything is governed by the One Law. Obviously in the central Spiritual Sun governed by the One Law, there exists the unchangeable happiness of the Eternal Living God. Unfortunately, as we distance ourselves more and more from the Sacred Absolute Sun, we enter more and more complicated worlds where automatism, mechanicity and pain enters into things.
The Ten of Pentacles is Malkuth in the scale of Assiah. It is the Kingdom, our planet Earth in the Active World of Matter. The number ten in the earthy world of the Princess scale is in complete harmony, thus the card represents total manifestation. Physical form is now achieved. The Tree of Life has attained completion. Here, Mercury is in Virgo, the sign it rules. Its position here guarantees great material gain and prosperity. However no spiritual growth is assured. Riches are certain to be gained, but happiness is not.
Beauty, happiness, pleasure, success, also luxury and sometimes dissipation, but only if with very evil cards. WHEEL OF FORTUNE. Good fortune and happiness (within bounds), but sometimes also a species of intoxication with success, if the neighboring cards bear this out. ACE OF CUPS. Fertility, productiveness. Beauty. Pleasure. Happiness. FOUR OF CUPS. Receiving pleasure, but some slight discomfort and anxieties therewith. Blended pleasure and success. Success and pleasure, approaching their end. A stationary period in happiness which may or may not continue. It does not show marriage and love so much as the previous symbol. It is too passive a symbol to represent perfectly complete happiness. Acquisition and contention injustice sometimes. Some drawbacks to pleasure implied. SIX OF CUPS. Beginning of wish, happiness, success, enjoyment. Commencement of steady increase, gain and pleasure, but commencement only. Also affront, defective knowledge, and in some instances,...
Permanent and lasting success, happiness because inspired from above. Not sensual as the Nine of Cups, 'The Lord of Material Happiness,' yet almost more truly happy. Pleasure, dissipation, debauchery. Pity, quietness, peace-making. Kindness, generosity, wantonness, waste, etc. according to dignity. Sephirotic attributes take precedence over all other symbolism. Here instead of disrupting the energy, Mars quickens the calm waters of Pisces in Briah, causing great happiness and fulfillment in the physical world. The Ten of Cups represents the completion of the success that began in the preceding card.
That combination may, ex hypothesi, reside in the numbered sequence of its series or in their fortuitous assemblage by shuffling, cutting and dealing, as in ordinary games of chance played with cards. Two writers have adopted the first view without prejudice to the second, and I shall do well, perhaps, to dispose at once of what they have said. Mr. MacGregor Mathers, who once published a pamphlet on the Tarot, which was in the main devoted to fortune-telling, suggested that the twenty-two Trumps Major could be constructed, following their numerical order, into what he called a connected sentence. It was, in fact, the heads of a moral thesis on the human will, its enlightenment by science, represented by the Magician, its manifestation by action-- a significance attributed to the High Priestess-its realization (the Empress) in deeds of mercy and beneficence, which qualities were allocated to the Emperor. He spoke also in the familiar conventional manner of prudence, fortitude,...
Aces are portals between the realms of the major and minor arcanas. They allow powerful, but impersonal forces to come into your life. An Ace in a reading shows that its qualities are becoming available to you. If you take advantage of them, you will achieve greater happiness and success. An Ace is always interpreted as beneficial, positive and life-enhancing.
Experience the day ahead, help me to raise my facc to Thee. Let Thy light shine upon me, fill my soul with new hope and erase the misery of self pity. I reach out my hand, dear Father, and feel thy blessing now filling me with the heavenly light of new hope and happiness. With this holy light bright within me I can now face the shadows of my own actions. I give Thee my fears of yesterday as I look up at the eternal light of love and truth. Amen. mercy. I need Thee by my side to face any justice bestowed upon me. When others judge me, open my eyes and let me understand the reasons why. Help me not to be quick to judge the acts of others. May 1 represent kindness and mercy when others condemn. When this night falls, may the love and understanding 1 show today give another soul comfort and happiness. As I start this new day, may this prayer rest in my heart and find its way to thee. Amen.
Man, re-born and resurrected in the spirit and in the body, who lives in a perpetual, undisturbed state of happiness. They already know the uncertain and inconstant quality of the happiness afforded by sexuality. And our spirit, which is eternal, longs for eternal, everlasting joys and happiness
The Angel Metraton or Enoch left us the Tarot, in which is contained all Divine Wisdom. This was written in stone. He also left to us the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew Alphabet. This great Master lives in the superior worlds, in a world of unimaginable happiness the world of Aziluth, or in terms of the Kabalah, the region of Kether, a very elevated Sephiroth. All kabalists base themselves in the Tarot. It is necessary to study and know it profoundly. The universe is formed with the Law of Number, Measure and Weight. Mathematics forms the universe. Numbers become living entities.
If we picture duality dramatically as male and female, or black and white, we also experience more subtle splits in our ordinary lives, especially between our hopes, what we imagine as possible, and the reality of what we achieve. Very often the actions we take turn out not to fulfil our hopes for them. The marriage gives less than the total happiness expected, the job or career brings more frustration than fulfilment. Many artists have said that the paintings on the canvases are never the paintings they envisioned they never can express what they really wanted to say. Somehow the reality of life is always less than the potential. Acutely aware of this, many people agonize over every decision, no matter how small or great, because they cannot accept that once they take an action in one direction they have lost the chance to go in all the other directions previously open to them. They cannot accept the limitations of acting in the real world.
Before your day begins, before apprehension puts its yoke upon you. This early meditation can fill your day with new courage and childlike happiness. Be prepared to start the day with You and not the fears of yesterday. This will truly help you to know thyself. You must learn to go within yourself and use the divine power available. Life presents opportunities that are not always recognized because they are offered in the embryonic state. He who does not understand the divine wisdom sees only the mighty oak and ignores the potential of the acorn. Through the wisdom of the Tarot, we battle with seeds that have remained undernourished through lack of recognition. It is easy to learn that Cups represent Love and Happiness, but the sensitive Tarot Master is able to detect the SEED of love in the thimble, the beginnings of negative vibrations in the penknife. Man must know himself, he must know his desires by laying them openly on the table of life and believing that all is possible to...
You must know how to understand, you must know to learn how to suffer, to be resigned those who do not, fail. It is a kind of insolence, a paradox, to want to find happiness in the Ninth Sphere. It would be absurd, because the fact is that Intimate Self-Realisation costs, has a price, perhaps life itself.
It is said that the Absolute is darkness, from the darkness comes the light. The Uncreated Light of the Absolute comes from the profound darkness of the Great Night from that darkness which does not have light springs forth the Uncreated Light. If we were to place ourselves there we would see nothing more than an abyss and profound darkness. For the inhabitants of the Absolute (the Paramarthasattyas) however, that darkness is Uncreated Light, made neither by man nor by God, where reigns inexhaustible happiness, inconceivable joy.
The underlying characteristic of all of the sixes is success which results from effort. In Atziluth, world of energy, this means victory. In Briah, world of pleasure, happiness is brought about after work to that end. In Yetzirah, world of quarreling and strife, success is earned by the strife itself. And in Assiah, world of business and commerce among men, this means material success.
NINE OF CUPS, Lord of Material Happiness (Jupiter in Pisces). Angels of the Decan Saliah (n NO) and Aariel (i KO) ). This is Yesod in Briah, the influence of Yesod in the Mental World. Here the benevolence of Jupiter, functioning through the water of Pisces, effects happiness and satisfaction in Malkuth. This is a card of pleasure and sensuality which should be compared with the TEN OF CUPS, the success of which is more lasting.
(Almost a worse symbol than Nine of Swords.) Undisciplined warring force, complete disruption and failure. Ruin of all plans and projects. Disdain, insolence and impertinence, yet mirth and jolly therewith. A marplot, loving to overthrow the happiness of others, a repeater of things, given to much unprofitable speech, and of many words, yet clever, acute, and eloquent, etc., depending on dignity.
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