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He compares various concepts of energy bodies and soul conceptualizations, as well as “sex magic” in both traditions, particularly drawing on Crowley for practices related to Kabbalah. Yudelove tracks the parallel developments of Daoism (from its shamanic roots) and Kabbalah, linking them through magical practices and specific theories of the body. Lewis, blending Western esotericism with Vedanta, is particularly interested in Ji Nei Zang (Chi Nei Tsang) a Chia healing technique using an “internal organ Qi massage” with breathing techniques to clear tensions and illness from the body. Yudelove regards the Chia “fusions” as a form of Hermetic practice and develops a correspondence theory between the Hebrew letters, number theory, and the organs of the body based on his reading of the Yetsirah and Bardon’s Kabbalah writings. These correspondences are then related to the “power of sound” (Hebrew invocations) and compared to the “six healing sounds” of Daoist esoteric healing chants. He then goes into considerable detail on the Mantak Chia “universal dao system” (comparing Qi to aether and other Western esoteric ideas on subtle energy) and the circulation of Qi energy in the body, including an overview on Daoist sexual yoga and various energy exercises on “inner and outer fusion” (inner energy alchemy).

Yudelove describes Daoist Yoga as a “very advanced shamanic system” and sees a clear parallel between the upper, middle, and lower worlds of the shaman and the triadic Heaven, Man, Earth cosmology of Daoism as well as a parallel with the “upper and middle” worlds of Kabbalah. Gurdjieff’s esoteric “law of three” (active, passive and neutral) corresponds well with the Daoist triad of Tai Qi mediating between yin and yang, as do the three chambers of Daoist alchemy (stomach, heart, and head) correspond well with Gurdjieff’s “three bodies” of the carnal, emotional, and spiritual. Yudelove recreates a Daoist Tree of Wisdom by matching the Five Element (wuxing) correspondences with the 10 Sephera spheres: wu-qi/kether, yang/chokamah and yin/binah (upper triad); fire/geburah, wood/chesed and sun/tiphereth (second triad); and metal/hod, water/netzach, moon/yesod (third triad); with earth as malkuth, the lowest sphere. He discusses bagua (eight trigrams) theory and the inner mandala, visualization processes of “higher fusion” and advanced circulation of the Qi, with a brief overview of Daoist Qi meridian systems.

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