Jim Eshelman wrote:But remember, o chosen one, to be me; to follow the love of Nu in the star-lit heaven; to look forth upon men, to tell them this glad word.
I think, from the point of adoration, the important part of these verses is not the gnana-driven puzzle, but the final sentence of verse 142, quoted immediately above. We are given a formula of attainment, and of living, that transcends any qabalistic keys. In three parts, it is:
1. “...remember... to be me” (i.e.,
2. “...to follow the love of Nu in the star-lit heaven”
3. “...to look forth upon men, to tell them this glad word.”
Nor does it matter particularly that these instructions are, respectively, one for the Hermit, one for the Lover, and one for the Man of Earth. They may be taken together and applied to the living of live.
Off to shout some glad word for the day! (Ooh, karma yoga threaded into it. Cool. Karma yoga and the higher bhakti yoga are the Geburah-Chesed base of a triangle that reaches upward into the Supernals.)