The Temple of Hatshepsut

The Temple of Hatshepsut

△ IMRAMA △ The Temple of Hatshepsut, Luxor, Egypt

A photo extract from my diary from my incredible trip through the sacred sites of ancient Egypt. Thank you to my guides. 

The Temple of Hatshepsut

I found this one of the most rejuvenating temples. She was quiet in her whispers and so we each leaned in to listen. Hatshepsut is thought to have been the second known female Pharaoh. If a temple were to invite you to drink from its waters this would be it. It is obvious to us all how different the feminine temples are from those of the masculine Gods and Pharaohs. And how long we have been cut off from their nourishing nectar. But not now. The sweet waters of the Great Mother, will soon be bubbling once more. 
I’m told that the energy hasn’t always been this nourishing and open. It makes me think perhaps the gates are reopening along with all of the healing that has been happening. With all the voices that are being heard and reclaimed and all that is being unbound. There is a way to go, but with each new day we are getting closer and closer.

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