Monday, October 10, 2011
Here follow excerpts from my diary — somewhat edited for clarity — over several months when my primary practice was daily meditation on the 220 individual verses of Liber Legis, or The Book of the Law.
The meditations were undertaken as a formal practice of Gñana Yoga. The method was that I would meditate deeply on the verse, then take pen to journal and begin writing my thoughts. After these were down (and only then), I would read Aleister Crowley’s commentaries on the same verse and incorporate into the record my reactions thereto. Mostly, this was done on a schedule of one verse per day, five days per week. (At this rate, it takes 44 weeks — about 11 months — to go through all 220 verses.)
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