::The Great Pyramids ::
(The last picture was taken from our bus, you can see the energy around the pyramids)
Background: You’re not supposed to have cameras or cell phones in there. “Somehow I missed that memo” and I shoved my phone deep inside my bag. I opened it up to show them I had nothing in there and I walked in. Sneaky. Perhaps. But as I knew I wasn’t ruining any artwork like in a museum, I left my f*cks at the door and hopped on this once in a lifetime photo opp.
Let me take you with me into the pyramids for a moment…..
We were lucky enough that our teacher, Stewart Pearce, rented out the large pyramid for our group for TWO HOURS!
Rented. The. Pyramid.
No one else was allowed in!! We crawled down to the well, which is off limits to the public. In there we did a sound ceremony that was hauntingly beautiful.
The whole time as we were maneuvering to these open spaces I was in shock and beyond grateful that I was crawling through a mystical and ancient edifice such as the Pyramid.
After the well, where ceremonies used to be conducted, we continued through another crawl space up to the kings chamber. The journey there consisted of a passage way like that in the picture and then other parts had a steep Incline where we were pulling ourselves up via the railing.
When we made our way up to the kings chamber we (our amazing group) had another sound healing ceremony.
En route to that we were in a single file line crawling and climbing to the chamber and I was in the middle so when I got to the top I was greeted with sound (song) coming from the rest of the group and echoing through the chamber. They were already starting the ceremony and it was breathtaking to enter. Words cannot describe the intensity of this.
We gathered around in a circle while singing and chanting. Not in scary cultish way at all. In a way that gave you goosebumps from head to toe because it was so beautiful. One by one we laid down in the sarcophagus in the center where we allowed our old self to die and allowed space for new to come in.
When I was lying down in the sarcophagus one of my friends that I met in the group told me later what she saw. She described it to me like this…..”when you were lying down I saw 5 stars descend into your body. One to your third eye, one to your throat chakra, one to your heart chakra, one to your solar plexus, and one to your sacral chakra. When they descended they created a beam of light filled with particles. The feeling she got was that they were going through my body and transforming me and changing everything”. This is what she felt and saw during my moment. I can promise you that everyone of us had moments similar to this. I am grateful to her that her third eye was open enough to see this on me.
While we each experienced this ritual one by one the rest of the group was singing in a circle around us. It wasn’t with words…it sounded like angels.
This went on for over an hour while we each took our turn. The kind of unconditional love that we each displayed and showed up for one another and while holding space without judgment is what love is truly made of. I had tears in my eyes throughout the ceremony because of the amount of love that I was experiencing from the group.
There was more….but I will leave that between us – a sacred group that was brought together by destiny to support one another on this once in a lifetime spiritual pilgrimage through Egypt.
The ancient Egyptians understood the meaning of life and had a consciousness far beyond anything we can comprehend today. The energy is still alive in the pyramids, in the temples, and in the land. I saw things that took my breath away. I saw the connection they had with other dimensions and other realms…call them star seeds, aliens, what have you…I witnessed it first hand. At first thought I was making it up until I checked in with others in the group and we had the same experiences. It was phenomenal to say the least. I walked into this trip with an open heart and an open mind and because of that I was shown things out of my normal scope of consciousness.
What I learned and felt cannot be summed up in a few paragraphs, however, I will tell you this…this physical world is beautiful and tragic at the same time…but it’s not all there is. We get so attached to what we can touch and see with our hands and physical eyes that we forget we are first and foremost souls having a human experience…this world was created by our minds which keep us contained and limited….yet, there is so much more beyond this third dimensional construct.
I will leave you with this…It is not crazy to believe in divine unexplained magic of the universe….the ego doesn’t want to believe it. The ego fights it and calls people who have experiences like that “crazy” and/or “insane”. Fear does that, it likes to label and blame to make oneself feel “secure” and in control again. And with that, the only thing that is truly crazy is to believe that this is all there is. We are so small, yet at the same time, so powerfully grand. 💕