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Sacred Journey to Egypt

The Sphinx
The Sphinx

I have just recently returned from the sacred journey to Egypt and it has been amazing! The energies there, the visitation to the temples and pyramids. What the group experienced and what we all personally experienced. This journey for me did not go without hiccups. The first hiccup, I manage to twist my ankle but luckily it wasn’t too bad and it healed pretty nicely. I could go on walking without hobbling. The second, well I had a bout of food poisoning. Well, it is both a mixture of food poisoning which served as a catalyst and more importantly clearing. Yes, this trip for me was a lot of clearing. Out with the old so the new can come in. For growth to occur, one must release what is holding one back. All through out the trip, with all that was physically ailing me, I was feeling very calm and peaceful inside. Perhaps finally able to go back to one of my soul homes.

The pyramids just outside Mena House
The pyramids just outside Mena House

In the process, I met some really nice people in the group. All who experienced their own personal journeys. The most amazing experience was seeing the light energies just flying around the temples and it was captured on video. The channelling by Elisabeth Jensen, my teacher goes without saying insightful, and spoke to many of us. She is an amazing channeller and healer. To experience the energies from the Goddess Sekhmet, the God Osiris in Abydos temple and In the Babustis Temple (Goddess Bastet Temple) seem so surreal yet I can still vividly remember feelings and I could see the temple as it was centuries ago. I remember the feeling of sadness when I was in Abydos Temple and I heard the God Osiris ask, “what happen to my temple?”

Mena house
Mena house

The whole trip went by so quick and without disturbance from the authorities. What everyone feared or rather what friends feared on the disturbances or riots in Egypt did not happen. Everything was peaceful in Egypt. Not a gun shot or a shout. Just the traders trying to make their living from tourist which is currently on the downturn. The people suffer and so do the animals. What affected me the most wasn’t the aches from food poisoning, it was how the animals were being treated. There were dogs on the street who just wasn’t treated right. The Egyptians are taught that dogs are not to be touched. I saw a young child  going out of his way trying to kick this little puppy that I was stroking her. In fact I got stared at for stroking her. This little pup who never knew a day’s love just lavished in the love that I gave to her. How I wish I could take her back to Malaysia. I did a little healing on her, bless her with love. I had a friend with me and she tries to educate the people there that to kick a dog is ‘haram’. Compassion should be given to all that has life.

So I say a little prayer and send my blessing and love to all the animals in Egypt. They are close in my heart.

Horus
Horus
At the sphinx
At the sphinx

When you open your heart, amazing things will occur in your life. My journey of letting go and opening up my heart to those around me is a continuous journey. With an open heart only done will each of us heal ourselves and with the power of love, create peace and harmony.

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