School of Mysticism, Upper Fern Tree Gully, Melbourne, VIC

School of Mysticism, Upper Fern Tree Gully, Melbourne, VIC

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Trading Hours

  • Monday : 10:00am to 10:00pm
  • Tuesday : 9:00am to 10:00pm
  • Wednesday : 10:00am to 10:00pm
  • Thursday : 9:00am to 10:00pm
  • Friday : 9:00am to 10:00pm
  • Saturday : 10:00am to 7:00pm
  • Sunday : 10:00am to 4:00pm

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The School of Mysticism in Melbourne Australia has been up and running for over 15 years and offers:

  • Kabbalah lessons
  • Tantra
  • Tarot readings
  • Sound healings
  • Professional massage
  • Art, tarot, prints and posters
  • CDs of mystical ritual music
  • Communal mystical ceremonies

School of Mysticism offer therapeutic massage, tarot or astrology readings, sound healing’s, private yoga and meditation classes.

Relaxation $80 deep tissue $100 Ayurvedic massage $120 for the hour. Cash payments only!

Out calls extra.

Ayurveda is Indian massage using vigorous circular strokes gets deep tension out but doesn’t leave u as tender as deep tissue by invigorating muscles. In calls from Ferntree Gully out calls extra petrol cost depending on distance.

All massages professional therapeutic and non sexual only!

I’m Gavin, I also offer tarot readings $100 or private yoga or meditation classes $80.

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About Gavin Shri Amneon

ONLINE KABBALAH COURSE

School of Mysticism in Mount Dandenong Victoria Australia

There are many Schools of Kabbalah that have emerged over the last few thousand years. Since the Hellenic occupation of Israel 332 BC – the Greek, Egyptian and Hebrew mysteries have mixed and influenced eachother extensively, and created the best structure for holding in place the knowledge of the ancient world, its arts, magic and sciences, intact! Every school has its own philosophical, metaphysical and practical angle, each with its own benefits and seeming criticisms of the structures of other schools. One thing they all agree upon is the Tree of Life structure based on the description in the Sephir Yetzirah, the oldest book on Kabbalah. Every school interprets and makes use of this most ancient of texts and riddles, and each school produced its elect, who take the Tree of Knowledge, find the Tree of Life in the Eden of their soul and bring it to the world for its betterment.

Hermetic traditions are renowned for their secrecy, their focus on practical magic, alchemical transformation and transfiguration, their exclusive layers of initiation and levels of achievement, complex artistic designs and grimoirs, and creative feats that influence history itself, yet they often deliberately corrupt their own knowledge to test that the adept might figure out the flaw and seek the truth out for themselves, lest they take anything on blind faith. The Jewish traditions are know to be enhancements towards the skills of religious studies and communal responsibilities, without the need for deliberate literary flaws as their achievements in Kabbalah truly require an advanced and well contemplated intellect to comprehend. The magical aspect however is often thwarted or completely hidden. Both systems are devoted to development of the soul on all its levels, physically, emotionally, spiritually, intellectually and towards expressions of deep creative clarity that are standing stones of enlightened Chokmah – wisdom.

The system of Kabbalah I present here is a fusion of Hebrew and Hermetic traditions, influenced by modern science, indigenous ritual and culture, and my own life experiences. I found in my journey and studies that the two fill in gaps where the other left off, the Hermetic furthering scientific, magical and wilful purpose, the Jewish promoting more wholesome communal evolutionary values of kindness and cooperation. Both offer the best system of magical knowledge and a path of initiations towards the Ruach haqodesh, the state of enlightenment known as the Holy breath.

I have always given my students the chance to learn just as much though ritual experience as through study and contemplation, which is a method that most schools hold back on. Thus my new students are thrown immediately into:

sacred geometry, Hebrew studies and chanting, circle magic, breath work, analysis of the mysteries, mythology, and more. By creating an immersive experience for students to enter into I find they gain that magical mystery place paradigm that allows them the exit the habitual thoughts of the mundane world and enter into the spectrum of Holy knowledge and its workings, in the modes of higher conscious contemplation and creation. In this way effective paradigm shifts are assured that allow the adept to experience the Tree through their immediate environment and the events of their life, as living examples for contemplation to extract the clearest Binah and Chokmah, Understanding and Wisdom. From such development and tikunim (corrections or rectifications), students can make adjustments, inwardly and outwardly, for the refinement of one’s soul, perspective, lifestyle, belief and self empowerment, which triggers changes and a blossoming of the spiritual being through all levels of living existence.

The ultimate aim of Kabbalah on all levels and traditions is that of shefa, ‘abundance.’ In a nutshell shefa is and ever-increasing ease and flow of health, prosperity and love. Ultimately every mystic of the Kabbalah seeks to express through the duration of one’s life the fullness of the soul at its deepest level. One then may achieve in death the kiss of God, when all is fulfilled, and a tunnel of light opens before the soul through which angels come and lift it into the light of the divine being and the immortal soul shines resplendent…

Gavin Shri Amneon.

My path begun in science and medicine but led me directly into mystical development, which included in its spectrum, the soul. For over 25 years I have walked the paths of the Tree of Life, become intimate with its archetypes, its workings, with the anatomy and physiology of the soul in its spiritual environment, and its effects into the physical realm. Being trained by trance mediums, and exchanging with other occult practitioners my methods were forged. I reclused myself from university life to spend 16 years contemplating the Kabbalah and working its magic, and painting 12 tarot decks during this period, as intense studies of the religions of the world and their mystical core influences. I then travelled the world to verify my theories, and connect with mystics the world over, in a vast undercurrent of interconnected consciousness that links us, and has done since the pyramid cities of the world rose in their grandeur.

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