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The Will-to-Love (Thelemic Yoga Series – Part 3)

Will-to-Love

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Will (Thelema) and Love (Agape) are two central concepts around which the whole of Thelemic doctrine constellates, two concepts which are enshrined in the following verses of The Book of the Law:  “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole

Thelemic Yoga Series (Pt. 1 – Beginnings of Yoga)

Thelemic Yoga Series (Pt. 1 - Beginnings of Yoga)

Yoga and the Disenchantment of the West The latter half of the nineteenth century witnessed an increasing awareness and openness to Eastern religious and philosophical traditions.  Along with the founders of the Theosophical Society, Crowley was among the first to adopt yogic ideas and practices into a Western occult context, presenting

Thelemic Life

Thelemic Life

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law The Thelemic Way of Life As someone who did not grow up with a religious structure and has quite a negative reaction to such a thing, I often muse over the fact that I could be considered part of an organized

Is O.T.O. just for Occultists and Ceremonial Ritualists?

Is OTO just for Occultists and Ceremonial RItualists

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.  The Law is for All “The O.T.O. should be put forward as a complete solution of the social problem not merely as an occult society. That is as far as the general public are concerned; keep the occult side of it

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