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The Om and the Ba-Rah-Ka

There are three elements to the Egyptian concept of the soul: Ka, Ba and Akh. Ka is the life force or spiritual double of the person. The royal Ka symbolized a pharaoh's right to rule, a universal force that passed from one pharaoh to the next.        
I have been on such beautiful enlightenment channeling a higher cosmic wave since my grann from Haiti has been within my midst.        
Her spiritualism and her ancient beliefs, passed down from each generation has been riveting and has broaden my sense of fortitude for me to tap into the mystic of my inner abilities. Those divine secrets, which when the Ka and the Rah are in alliance and the mind, body, and the spirituality of the soul are in unity it is a covenant you build with your own soul, whereas, mankind cannot put asunder.        
Indoctrinating the force with a seeded belief in the holistic healing elements utilizing natural remedies derived from plants to the blending of liquidated of spices.        
Applying the natural laws of healing thyself within, and not incorporating toxin agents to be bio-engineered to offset the metabolism and alter our DNA structure.        
Such a the beauty adaptation in that, when recently learning of lead and arsenic found of low calibration  not to alarm the FDA, but surprisingly a detrimental deterrence when organs are at its most vulnerable developing stage.        
We are all Gods, from the knowledge we are capable of tapping given to us to adjust, adapt, and assimilate in this realm we call life.        
In as much to store intellectual wisdom and then decipher to dissimulate those universal coded messages found in the core of the two hemispheres of our cerebral cortex encasing the brain matter to the food we ingest on a daily basis.      
Food once consumed, metabolizes into tiny molecules, the primary fueling substance we need to bodily function the colonic process of riddening its waste that cannot be used.        
Thence forth, the concept of you are what you eat is a very true statement worth adhering too.        
The body needs food to propel the source of energy, and heighten the powers of the brain to ponder. You will be dismayed how many people do not practice that resolution, polluting their sacred vessels with sugar, eating of unclean fowl or swine. Only years later to be advised you have Hypertension, Diabetes, or some form of cancer has invaded and has metastasized.      
I asked my grann, is there such the way to place the mind above all until the point, whereas, it breathes for us every aspect of our life, from dating, to sleeping, to uplifting our cognitive awareness.        
She advised me to close my eyes and feel the vibrancy of the frequency around me, please be advised my gran is ninety-seven and still practicing in Haiti as a midwife. I am a Director of Nursing and pushing to obtain my Master’s Degree in Nursing come tomorrow. I was silently thinking those ways are not accepted or my logic way of thinking.        
I closed my eyes, inhaled to appease her and she wanted me to listen, just listen. I am thinking to what? The only sound I heard was cars passing in the near distance and my brownstone is soundproof.        
She advised me I am not spiritually attuned, she stated she heard the rustle of the bird’s wings, she felt the air circulating past her. She wanted me to feel the universe around me, its potent power, I begged to differ with her, citing I meditate and practice Chakras religiously; she stated if you have to meditate to find inner peace then you will never possesd it, summing up her notion, peace is a state of mind.        
Did my grann know I am moving into Forensic Psychology? And I know how the mind and all hidden forthright of its labyrinth complexities function. Then we spoke of the embodiment of the soul and my inborn my gift passed down, which she seem to think I have sequestered since adopting western cultivation and civilization ideology of popping mood stabilizer medications, unprotected sex, and fornication.        
She went on to explain to me in lament terms for me to fully understand the gist of her words.        
The soul is the pinpoint of our existence, which by nature is eternal (it is without birth or death or it has no beginning or no end) the soul is of substance and it does differ from that of the physical body which has its own consciousness.        
Our soul is always reflected in our personality. Our spirit does quite differ from our soul because our spirit is always pointed toward and exists exclusively for God, whereas our soul can be self-centered        
The true magnifications of the soul        
The Ba is most often in reference to ‘soul’        
Ba, in ancient Egyptian religion, with the ka and the akh, a principal aspect of the soul; the ba to its contrary will appear in the form of a bird, thus articulating the movement of the soul after death.        
The Platonic soul consists of three parts        
The logos is the mind, nous, or reason, then you have the thymus, where we are gifted with emotions, spiritedness, or (masculine) and the Eros, which is appetite, desire, or (feminine)        
The nine components of the soul        
Jb (The heart) was an extremely important part of the Egyptian soul. In ancient Egyptian mythology, the heart was the key to the afterlife.        
Shuyet (The Shadow) is always present. The ancient Egyptians believed the shadow summarized what a person represents in their true stance.        
Ren (The name) was another crucial part of the soul. A person’s Ren was given to them at birth and the Egyptians believed that it would live for as long as that name was uttered.        
(The personality) The Egyptians believed that Bâ was everything that makes a person unique in its own characterizes        
Ka (The vital spark) According to the Ancient Egyptians the Ka was a vital concept in the soul as it distinguishes the difference between a living and a dead person.        
Khat (The Body) the Khat was referred to by the Ancient Egyptian as the physical body which when deceased, provided the ling between the soul and one’s earthly life.        
Akh (The Immortal Self) according to ancient Egyptians, the Akh was the transformed immortal self which offered a magical union of the Ba and Ka.        
Sahu (The Judge) The Sahu was the aspect of Akh which would come to a person as a ghost or while asleep in dreams        
Sechem (Another aspect of Akh) It was considered the vital life energy of the person which manifested itself as the power that had the ability to control one’s surroundings and outcomes.        
 After all these years without the blessings of my grann’s spiritual  guidance, I thought I was living, no, I was just surviving off money, looks, and notoriety to self, a pretty vessel but spiritual deficient. She has reinsured and has reinstated so much knowledge of my French/Haitian doctrines of old, it’s as if I was if looking for answers to all the wrong questions.        
As you meditate and chant Om 108 times to channel the beautiful positive forces of your Crown Charka        
The number 108 is of the wholeness of existence. This number also connects the Sun, Moon, and Earth may you find the divinity within yourself        
For further reading, I recommend,        
The Mind of the Soul: Responsible Choice by Gary Zukav        
Cited (06-01-21-SKC)
Written by SweetKittyCat5
Published | Edited 26th Apr 2023
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The symbol on my avatar above is the Om symbol in the Devanagari script.

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