My September theme is Positivity. Hakim, my Egyptian Mentor who passed over in 2008, was an indigenous wisdom keeper who claimed to be a teacher of Khemitology (Egyptian history according to oral traditions). He told me to regularly repeat the following mantra:
(pronounced Yack-en-knee, Yack-en-knee)
Which means I am protected by my positivity. An alternative translation would be 'set my mind and banish fear). Use this link to some old footage (about 9 mins) uploaded to You Tube featuring Hakim explaining this concept and some other interesting Khemitian Philosphies.
There is plenty of evidence that a positive mind-set improves our enjoyment of life, brings abundance and helps to propel our global awareness (of humanity as a whole) towards unity consciousness.
I make no apology for continuing to be immersed in 'Olympic Fever' here in the midst of London 2012, now with the Paralympics in full swing. I must admit that I have never been an avid observer of previously televised Olympic Games events, but I've been a devotee of this series! There's something very inspiring, this week, about seeing athletes overcome major disabilities, such as Matt Stutzman, born with no arms, but who is ranked number one in his archery group, managing to prime the bow with his teeth and aim with his leg in a stirring demonstration of manual dexterity. We saw him today at the Royal Artillery Barracks go through to the next round, one step closer to achieving his dream of a Paralympic Gold Medal. See this 3 minute You Tube link for a demonstration on how he shoots. or this link for an IBTimes TV interview with Matt (under 4 mins).
Earlier this week (29th August), the Paralympic Opening Ceremony, partly narrated by Stephen Hawkings (renowned British author and theoretical physicist) aptly entitled 'Enlightenment', invited us to celebrate scientific discoveries. I found the drama moving with some amazingly artistic and courageous displays. I couldn't help sniggering when the ceremony featured the Hadron Collider which had been the focus of our attention back in July when we co-ordinated a meditation to try and limit any damaging impact from the ongoing experiments. Yesterday, I came across this You Tube parody by Tim Blais set to Adele's recent hit Rolling in the Deep. Entitled A Capella Science-Rolling in the Higgs, Tim describes it as "An educational and utterly nerdy online video project." Follow this link for the 5 minute You Tube Recording - a good giggle ...
In the meantime, many of us who've been involved in Chris Street's Earthstars SG1 Google Group projection of positive energy into the London Olympic Venue Geometry are continuing to do so throughout the Paralympics. Since the Paralympic 2012 events have been pretty much sold out, due to some inspired timing, we've managed to secure a couple of seats for the Closing Ceremony on the 9th September, so our planned Joint Venture into Stonehenge and Avebury for that day have been handed over to the sole management of Alicia Tucker - see section below if you'd like to reserve one of the final places for that adventure.
And finally, if you need help applying positivity in your life, you might like to attend the Violet Flame of Amenti Workshop(s) on 10th & 11th October (see sections below) and learn how to harness the Violet Flame energy for this purpose. For some low cost ideas, try my Guided Meditations (Anpu on 4th September/anytime or Tehuti anytime, see below) or check out the book by Lynn Grabhorn, Excuse Me Your Life is Waiting: The Power of Positive Feelings. For non-American readers some of the examples may not be very familiar, but there are some well described processes to try out.
I'm also offering a 25% reduction on Past life Readings (£60 reduced to £45) throughout September and October, and continuing a sale on the Self-healing CDs (now £6, instead of £12), as detailed below.
Traditionally a time of break from work whilst the family are at home, there was a flurry of interest in Past life Readings due to the August sale, otherwise this was a month of watching the Olympics and waiting nervously for exam results for my daughters (pretty good, big relief). The oldest is also working towards her driving test, so we've done some test drives too.