THE CONCEPT OF PURIFICATION

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The Concept & Practice of Spiritual Purity

Human history shows the importance and necessity of physical purity and cleanliness in our pursuit to survive the forces of nature. The Black Plague and historical health epidemics around the planet all attest to the importance of physical hygiene. Recently, the importance of cleansing internal waste has also become popular and more people are seeing the relationship between internal cleansing and good health.

But just as we accumulate dirt, waste and debris on and in our physical bodies, spiritual cultures have known that we also accumulate toxins, stresses and debris on our spiritual body, our invisible parts. The purification of our complete selves is the first step towards our spiritual evolution and our sensitivity to the spiritual world.

The Earth Center has published 'The Book of Purification' by the late Dogon Spiritual Master Neb Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig. Known as the prophet of the Kemetic traditions of Africa, Neb Naba writes about the original process of spiritual purification that is practiced and preserved by the Pharaonic temples and Dogon priesthood. The book explores the power of spiritual purification, meditation and prayer as understood in the temples and initiatic schools of Ancient Egypt and what is known today as the Mystery Schools of Africa.

Practical Applications

The book of purification addresses these concepts in more depth and shows us how to apply them in our daily lives:
 

  • Ancient purification mantras in Medu (ancient Egyptian 'hekau').

  • The relationship between an individual and the energy of their ancestors.

  • The effect one’s ancestors have on a person's destiny.

  • How to affect or alter one’s destiny.

  • How to cleanse negative energies from a given area.

  • How to cleanse the negative effects of trauma and stress.

  • How to honor one’s own spirit and ancestors on a daily basis.

  • Alternate processes of purification using the four source elements of nature: fire, air, water and earth.

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