'direction' towards which East, West, Above, or Below.
Interpreting the YHVH Mandala
outward towards the circumference of the circle, and feels the influence of the 'interior' soul principle behind (or
within). of your
This inner influence can be imagined in the guise 'solar angel' standing behind you with a gentle
guiding hand on your shoulder urging you to step forward in
a particular direction.
The twelve sub-formulae
(see table) have both an inner
and outer expression. Human-beings who are not sufficiently
acknowledge the inner influence. Advanced humanity however, are able to register the inner influence and it forms the basis for their actions in the outer world. One of the main purposes of this 'evolutionary engine' (i.e. as symbolised
by the YHVH mandala)
a human-being to towards the centre
is to urge th
metaphorically of the circle. attune to the
'personality' turn around
In other guidance
angel. We are then able to re-approach the material world with the love and wisdom of the soul as our foundation.
The Hebrew letters of the three heavenly crosses represent the inner, dynamic, masculine principles of the zodiacal signs, while those associated with the four
represent their The achievement of
these two components means establishing an appropriate balance and exchange of energy between them. This enables us to become involved in the divine creative process.
The majority of humankind are strongly identified with the form principle. This means their attention is drawn primarily towards the four mundane quarters (i.e. outwardly towards the circumference of the circle) and thus to the second term of each YHVH couplet. When the form principle is over-emphasized we are inevitably confronted by an unconscious evolutionary force that is aimed at turning our attention back towards the first term of a couplet (and the centre of the circle).