Let your imagination unfold, glimpse a land shrouded in mystery, and become enlightened through the profound spiritual truths of an ancient land. This dynamic book enables you to work with the Egyptian gods and goddesses—and gain deep insight into your nature while experiencing a full awakening of your consciousness.
Pathworking with the Egyptian Gods takes you deep into the Egyptian Mysteries, bringing nineteen major deities to life through guided pathworkings. After a soul-level initiation, you will tour this ancient land through astral travel techniques, commune with the gods, and bear witness to ancient Egypt's history, mythology, daily life, and spiritual practices. Discover the enduring legends behind the deities and connect to their potent energies with rituals, meditations, blessings, consecrations, hymns, and their sacred names.
Bring out your nurturing side with Isis
Channel the primal spirit of Amun
Tap into the deep wisdom and strength of Horus
Create a more joyful life with Hathor
Discover the paths of Tefnut and Shu, Djehuty, Sobek, and many others
Embrace the Egyptian gods with your heart and mind—and discover your true, innermost self.
Begin a soul-level transformation and awaken to your own strength, power, and divinity by communicating with the Egyptian Gods. Judith Page and Ken Biles, co-authors of Invoking the Egyptian Gods, discuss how and why these energies are so powerful and restorative.
What you will need:
Oil of frankincense, incense, charcoal, goblet of wine or beer, fruit juice, or water, two white candles, a statue or picture of the Neter (optional but very useful).
Don your white robe and tie a red cord around your waist. This will be in respect of Isis, the Neter you will be invoking. Anoint wrists, temples, and throat with oil of frankincense. Light...
... He is Horus who arose as king of Upper and Lower Egypt,
who united the Two Lands in the Nome of the Wall,
the place in which the Two Lands were united.
From the Shabaka Stone, British MuseumThis most ancient of deities is most definitely not to be confused
with Horus (Hor-sa-Isis or Haroeris), child of Isis and Osiris. In
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