The Absence of Direction
'The Absence of Direction' relates the mystical journey of a youth through the ten kabbalistic worlds (the worlds of the so-called sefirot), starting at the highest, Keter, 'Crown'. As in the other two parts of the trilogy 'Swayambhu', in this second part also, the concept of mystical death as a means to overcome all dogmatic limitations plays a central role. Through the impact of mystical death, the protagonists receive (rather than acquire or achieve) knowledge about the kabbalistical framework that teaches them to negate that framework itself. Every chapter thus imparts the importance of living in the now, of fully integrating the meaning of 'the absence of direction' in all layers of life.
- Paperback | 294 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.02mm | 508.02g
- 25 Mar 2010
- Createspace Independent Pub