Online Course

Cycle 1 - Initiate Training

The following is an online course to become an initiate of Temple of the Dark Mother.  After each module (spend about a week studying and practicing what is in the lesson) - email Bishop Yonah with a summary of what you learned.  He will then direct you to the next lesson.  Once you are complete with Cycle 1 - you will be an initiate of Temple of the Dark Mother.

Cycle 2 - Adept Training

The following is an online course to become an Adept of Temple of the Dakr Mother.  After each module (spend about a week studying and practicing what is in the lesson) - email Bishop Yonah with a summary of what you learned.  He will then direct you to the next lesson.  Once you are complete with Cycle 1 - you will be an adept of Temple of the Dark Mother.

Cycle 3 - Clergy Training

If you would like to become a Priest or Priestess helping with local or online teaching in Temple of the Dark Mother, email Bishop Yonah with a summary of why you wish to be a member of our clergy.  He will write back with further instructions for your continued learning.

Further Reading

Kabbalah

 

When someone hears the word Kabbalah it can bring up a number of connotations including Judeo-Christian tradition, ritual magic, and pop culture.  None of these connotations are necessarily wrong in some instances. However, the word Kabbalah actually means “Tradition”.  Once one understands Kabbalistic teachings, it becomes clear that Kabbalah is a system of understanding the universe, deity, consciousness, and even oneself.  It is an extremely flexible system that can work with literally any paradigm.

Meditation

 

Meditation is an important part of the Temple of the Dark Mother path. The purpose of meditation is to go within and then live within so that we can take our consciousness toward Liberation and the Supernal light. Our path is to raise our consciousness toward elevated consciousness so that we can realize our unity with the All and reach enlightenment.

Gnosis

 

​Gnosis is a Greek word meaning knowledge.  It has been associated with early Christian sects, but actually pertains to any Tradition that believes in personal experiential knowledge.

Clergy

 

The Temple does have clergy as part of our Tradition.  Clergy are not part of a hierarchy, but those that wish to help teach and guide the path.  No one dictates beliefs or dogma.  Everything is completely up to the individual and their path of spirituality.  To become clergy, a person must be an initiate for at least a year and a day and demonstrate the ability to teach.

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