Post by nejahlovediva on Aug 9, 2008 16:31:04 GMT -8
It iz well-known that the Kemetic way of life incorporated beauty, art, music and dance to elevate the spirit. I especially find peace and inspiration from the divine Hesi's. Can they be incorporated in some of our circle gatherings? I would love to learn the various Hesi's, their meaning and most of all bask in their healing vibrations.
Post by Diva RaNefer't on Aug 12, 2008 7:07:38 GMT -8
Greetings w/ Love, i agree with you Diva Nejah more Kemetic Hesi's would be a wonderful addition in the circle. Anytime I hear the Ancient Kemetic Hesi's my body shifts almost immediately with the divine vibrations....so much that my cells begin to want them more and more and more!
Post by Nut Tmu-Ankh ☥ on Aug 18, 2008 7:58:49 GMT -8
I've been meditating on how best to meet and embrace the deeper asking at the heart of your requests.
The practice of Hesi (Sacred Sounds) iz a unique and powerful alkhamy unto itself. In performing the various hesiu ("u" iz the plural determinative in our language), we don't just "make sounds", we surrender to a specific vibration, allowing sound and light to be revealed through/as ourselves.
Hesi iz an initiation. And as such it's a deep plunge into Nubian-Khamite kulture & innerstanding. This iz why I have, thus far, only offered sprinklings of it here in the Temple Of Wombn.
This temple and the Sacred Circle it champions, iz called to be a Liberation Celebration for wombn of all Faiths & Cultures.
Kra Mut Ankh ~ Temple Of the Mother of Life iz the Nubian-Khamite Mother to this and all aspects of my shared healing mission. Your asking tells me that it's time to reveal more of Her!
Keep asking, it's seeding new revelation
A wombn in harmony with her spirit iz like a river flowing. She goes where she will without pretense and arrives at her destination prepared to be herself and only herself.