Meditations and Creative Explorations of Kabbalah and the Tree of Life

In this website Patterns of Creation I take a new look at the ancient teachings of Kabbalah, through the image of the Tree of Life, and meditations with the conscious breath, and the sacred meanings of the Hebrew letters.
These teachings point to the Essence of who you really are: to the Source of all life deep within: No-thing- All, timeless and formless, in which the communion of existence takes place.  The purpose of the teachings of the Kabbalah is to help you become consciously receptive to this Essence of all life, awakening the Soul to its spiritual home, which is always present within us, here and now.

The Menorah representing the Universal Tree of Life

When we light the candles of the Menorah, in conscious Presence, we are illuminating the Tree of Life within ourselves.

The Hebrew Letter-Numbers.

The universal teaching of life is brought to us through the ancient Hebrew letter-numbers of the Aleph-Bet. They were received from the Universal Consciousness by an awakening within humanity, and act as gateways between formless Creative Spirit, and the Universe of Formation, and its Making. When we approach the letter-numbers in conscious presence, they can reveal themselves, and what they represent can speak to us directly, and come alive inside.

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The Hebrew Letter-Numbers from the Book of Exodus Chapter 20.

Podcasts about the Kabbalah with Stephen Pope

Listen to the Podcast of a radio Interview on Kabbalah with Stephen Pope

Listen to a second podcast of Steve speaking about the inner meaning of the Ten Commandments.

This hand-drawn diagram of the Flower of Life, set within the Tree of life, comes from the sacred geometry featured in the book Patterns of Creation Logos and the Tree of Life in the Gospel of John.

You can read more about Stephen Pope, and his work with Kabbalah and the sacred dimension of the Hebrew letters here.

In the Book Patterns of Creation Stephen Pope takes a radically different look at the Gospel of John, through his translations from the Greek, drawings of the patterns of sacred geometry hidden in the text, and the teachings of Kabbalah.

“This remarkable and profound work takes the understanding of the gospel to a new level. The author is a practicing mystic in the Kabbalistic tradition and also a translator of Greek and Hebrew texts. This scholarship comes through very clearly in the text and commentary. The Logos is understood as the essence and unity of Life, and is designed to awaken the reader to the greater consciousness that exists at the core of our being. ” Scientific and Medical Network.

“This remarkable and profound work takes the understanding of the gospel to a new level. The author is a practicing mystic in the Kabbalistic tradition and also a translator of Greek and Hebrew texts. This scholarship comes through very clearly in the text and commentary. The Logos is understood as the essence and unity of Life, and is designed to awaken the reader to the greater consciousness that exists at the core of our being. ” Scientific and Medical Network Review.