A metaphysical guide to the ancient hieroglyphs. Words are magic. They operate on many levels through both sound & symbol. Egyptian priests understood that language and thought could create realities if the exact words wre uttered at the right time, properly intoned, and filled with intention. www.innertraditions.com
Hieroglyphic symbols may be used for oracular readings, divination and dreamwork. These 60 beautiful glyphs taken from Ancient Egyptian temple walls can be used as amulets, dream catalysts and symbols, for healing, ritual and meditation. Photos by Auset Rohn. Order at https://www.thegoddessinside.com/must-have-books
Reveals the secret language & words of power that enabled ancient Egyptians to co-creaate with the gods. .Reveals ancient mystery teaching on immaculate conception, transubstantiation, resurrection, and eternal life. Explores shamanic journeys used to commune withancestors and return to source. www.innertraditions.com
A guide to temple building on astral & physical planes. Offers initiations for consecrating yourself as a sacred vessel. guides you in creating an inner temple to commune with deity & offers shamanic initiations on ascension, death, renewal, multidimensional realities, soul retrieval & healing. www.innertraditions.com
Connect to the sacred sites of Egypt and use the magic of your journal to powerfully manifest your life. Thought vibration was the tool used by high priests to manifest realities. Contains writing exercises & meditations based on themes found in the Egyptian Books of the Afterlife. www.innertraditions.com
THE EGYPTIAN BOOK OF THE DEAD is one of the oldest and greatest classics of Western spirituality. Until now, the available translations have treated these writings as historical curiosities with little relevance to our contemporary situation. This new version, made from the hieroglyphs, approaches the Book of the Dead as a profound spiritual text capable of speaking to us today. These writings suggest that the divine realm and the human realm are not altogether separate; they remind us that the natural world, and the substance of our lives, is fashioned from the stuff of the gods. Devoted like an Egyptian scribe to the principle of "effective utterance", Normandi Ellis has produced a prose translation that reads like pure, diaphanous verse.
Drawing on her travels in Egypt and a lifelong study of Egyptian mythology, Normandi weaves a moving autobiographical journey through the sacred sites and rituals of Egypt's past, revealing their restorative and transformative power for contemporary women like herself. Spell-binding prose connects the personal past and the spiritual eternal with anexploration of the secret wisdom of ancient Egypt.
Normandi Ellis brings her rich understanding of Egypt's sacred past to the first book to recover from original sources the history, myths, and pageantry of ancient festivals to Isis, Hathor, and other Egyptian goddesses. Full of folk history, vivid recreations of Egyptian goddess mysteries, and contemporary activities we all can use to mark life's seasons and passages, Feasts of Light will delight lovers of ancient Egypt and of the Goddess in her many guises. Used as a guide for Year 1 Priestess Studies
Normandi Ellis lives in two worlds, 21st century America and ancient Egypt, and where those two worlds meet is a place of magic to which we are transported via her words. She is open to the All, to the universe. “The only wrong note is the one unsung,” she says, and she fearlessly and with humility and grace sings them all. In so doing, she encompasses us in her world of timeless beauty and spirit. Words on Water is a book to savor and proves again that Ellis is an important poet.
–Elizabeth Oakes, author of Leave Here Knowing
Sorrowful Mysteries and Other Stories
Words on Water (Poetry)