This is what the Lord says: “Stand at the crossroads and look, and ask for the ancient paths, where the good way lies; and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.”—Jeremiah 6:16.
“On each side of the river stood the tree of life, bearing twelve crops of fruit, yielding its fruit every month. And the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations.” — Revelation 22.2.
The Tree of Sapphires is another name for the Kabbalistic Tree of Life. This is the structure that underpins the Western mystery tradition and enables it to update for each generation. This updating is vital to keep a mystical system formulated in Biblical times both profound and understandable for every age. It holds to strong spiritual principles but allows humanity to evolve. “Cultural patterns may change; Universal law does not.”—Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi.
This website is the home of the Kabbalistic teaching by Rev. Maggy Whitehouse, author of Kabbalah and Healing, Total Kabbalah, Living Kabbalah, The Illustrated History of Kabblah and A Woman’s Worth—The Divine Feminine in the Hebrew Testament. Joining Maggy here will be Kabbalah teachers from all over the World—all jewels on the Tree of Sapphires.
Each of the jewels is a teacher who is updating this ancient tradition for the modern world through using their own culture and expertise. We hope that you enjoy our work and are inspired to find your own unique path of revelation.
Maggy’s latest book, Kabbalah and Healing explores the value of clearing subconscious blocks to our own wellbeing at all levels. It includes her own personal journey of healing.
“The Perennial Tradition teaches that all that is true, is true always and everywhere. Kabbalah is part of this eternal wisdom, a way of describing and understanding the patterns of the universe for the purposes of healing our relationships with God, ourselves, each other and the Earth.
“This is an oral tradition, intended to be updated by each generation’s teachers. As a woman and a Universal Christian rather than a Jewish man, Maggy is a much-needed 21st century pioneer of this important work.” — Fr. Richard Rohr.