The Ancient Egyptians were familar with the pineal gland, commonly referred to as the ‘third eye’ and would depict this as the Eye of Horus. Read more to understand the pineal gland and how to fully activate it’s power.
Some say Egypt is the center of the earth’s consciousness grid. Others attribute its special energy to it’s cosmic alignment. It has been over 2,000 years since the last Pharaoh of Egypt reigned but its sacred knowledge exists in code throughout the temples, hieroglyphics and in the spirit of the ancient land.
The Dogon have been found to hold vast amounts of astrological and spiritual knowledge - most of which is only disclosed after building years of trust with inquisitors. Similarities between ancient Egyptian and Hebrew symbolism have sparked new and interesting research about the tribe located in the west African country of Mali.
Shamanism is an ancient tradition of great healing and spiritual significance. We asked South African Shaman and African-Kemetic Yogi, Ursula Van Graan, about her transition into the shamanic ritual and space.
Ancient African civilizations have used oils and herbal essences for thousands of years before conventional medicine was invented. An interconnected relationship with nature and the environment allowed healers and herbalists the insight to combine botanical ingredients and thus make strides in herbal medicines and healing. The mind and spirit were as much a part of the herbal remedy as were the herbs and oils. Read more to discover the various oils and essences used in ancient African traditions and how they can heal, rejuvenate and balance.
Knowledge is simply the accumulation of information, ideas and facts. The application of knowledge is necessary for it to alchemize into wisdom. The ancient Egyptians believed that in order to realize one’s highest self, practical and spiritual application of knowledge must take place. Below are a few Egyptian proverbs to consider throughout your days - to reflect upon, understand and eventually implement until it becomes who you are and not only what you do.