Equilibrium (in Occultism)
According to occultist Éliphas Lévi, magic harmony is said
to depend upon equilibrium. In ceremonial magic operations,
if the will of the operator is always at the same tension and directed
along the same line, moral impotence will ensue. On the
other hand, mediums who submit themselves passively to psychic
forces are equally unbalanced. Lévi extols the all-powerful
action of harmony in exalting the soul and giving it rule over
the senses, guided by the will.
Lévi, Éliphas. Transcendental Magic. New York Samuel
Weiser, 1972.

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