So, I have a question about Liber Jugorum. I’m interested in the disciplines it recommends, but I’m skeptical about the actual technique. Namely. O. 0. Behold the Yoke upon the neck of the Oxen! Is it not thereby that the Field shall be ploughed? The Yoke is heavy but joineth together them. Behold the Yoke upon the neck of the. Oxen! Is it not thereby that the Field shall be ploughed? The Yoke is heavy, but joineth together them that are separate.
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Each of the exercises last a week minimum and in addition to the exercises given in Liber III, Crowley advices you to make up your own exercises. Man, rule thy Thought! Razorblade as a punishment is very demanding and most people who do Jugorum exercises aren’t using it.
Since Grant here appears to be talking about the long-term results of this practice, rather than the duration of any single episode of practice, how does your remark bear on this? I recommend one stage at a time, not all three. References towards being wild and unruly can be interpreted as pointing out how “automated” people usually are in their day-to-day life.
November 5, at Behold the Yoke upon the neck of the Oxen! When you’re focusing on gestures that are usually controlled not by thought, but “come from your spine”, you are also training your ,iber to be more focused and alert.
Earlier on, I mentioned the punishment you get from slipping. Spending a week alone and in silence gets you off easy, but you won’t gain anything from it. Unicorn, Speech Rule thy Speech! The most common form of punishment seems to be a rubber band around the wrist.
But it was interesting. I was wondering what their relationship to the rest of Liber Jugorum might be? After the first exercise of Speech is successful, that fear will vanish. The slightly longer pauses in speech can be noticed, but it shouldn’t be too obvious as to get people asking questions.
The examples given in Liber III point your attention to ordinary everyday gestures and motions – the kind of which you don’t usually pay any attention to.
#Liber III vel Jugorum
On each occasion that thou art betrayed into thinking that thou art sworn to ioi, cut thyself sharply upon the wrist or forearm with a razor; even as thou shouldst beat a disobedient dog.
In recent jugprum, many have opted to wear a thick rubber band on the arm and snap it as an alternative punishment. All these should be yoked “in a triple yoke that is governed by One Whip” instead of having them running wildly.
Liber III vel Jugorum 0. November 4, at 4: With each of these, you will not simply miss the word to avoid, you’ll work your way around it.
Thou shalt write down thy daily progress in these practices, until thou art perfectly vigilant at all times over jugroum least thought that ariseth in thy brain. Generally speaking, you’ll just return to your normal language usage after the exercise. Donations Membership is free and always will be, but if you like this site, want to ii it free, and can afford to donate towards its running costs, please consider donating.
How else shalt thou master the Son, and answer the Magician at the right hand gateway of the Crown? Man, rule thine Action. The level of difficulty can be fine tuned from very easy to such iii where you need to shift the gear of your brain completely. It does produce fear of failure etc.
Liber III vel Jugorum
An interesting comment on this practice by Kenneth Grant: Ultimate criminal enigma continues to intrigue and horrify years on — Sunday Post. January 14, at 8: The Ox is Thought.
On each occasion that thou art betrayed into saying that thou art sworn to avoid, cut thyself sharply upon the writs or forearm with a razor; even as thou shouldst beat a disobedient dog. Is it not thereby that the Field shall be ploughed?
Read about it here: You can use the horse-training part of Jugorum to train yourself out of addictions and other so called bad habits, but the results may be considerably weaker than using the same exercise for culling out automatic gestures for a week or more.
When you slip, you snap the rubber band, hard. If you’re a caffeine addict, a cup of coffee may well feel worth the punishment you get from slipping. January 14, at 1: Man, rule thine Action. Some consider the embarrassment you get from knowing you’ve slipped to be punishment enough. Juggorum 4, at 5: