Egyptian Postures | Mysticism | Meditation | Movements

The Egyptian Postures Of Power is an ancient system of meditation techniques based on the ancient Egyptian statues. Just as Qigong, Tai Chi, and Yoga; the Egyptian Postures utilize the sacred movements and geometry of the body to enter into harmonic resonance with the universal forces of nature. For thousands of years, postures have been used ritualistically in ceremonies, meditations, wellness and in seeking the keys to enlightenment.

The Egyptian postures come directly from the ancient statues found in Egypt. There are thousands of these stone statues depicting various stances and postures.

Traditionally each posture represented a spiritual knowledge or understanding. This information has been lost over thousands of years of history. Many other religious cultures such as Buddhism and Hinduism also have very similar examples of these postures in their ancient past depicted into their artwork and statues.

What is the intent, meaning and purpose of these postures? How can we rediscover and interpret this seemingly lost information?

 

How I became involved with the Egyptian Postures:

I was suggested to take up the practice of traditional Chinese Qigong.

After many years of practice, I started to have these intense journeys in my dream state where I would be transported to Egypt. I found myself in a room with a teacher who would be standing in a posture.

All I would do is copy the postures that were shown to me. When I did this I could feel an intense energy flow through my body.

When I came back from these journeys I would record what had been shown to me. The thing that blew my mind was that I started to see the same postures I was being shown on the Egyptian statues.

This is when it all started to come together for me. That the statues were showing an ancient form of Qigong and each posture had a unique story and function for the purposes of spiritual growth and attuning to the mind, body and spirit.

As a spiritual practice these postures become a form of meditation and should be done in a calm and relaxed state.  When you are in this meditative relaxed state, you start to sensitize yourself to how your body is feeling and how the life force energy flows through you and your environment.

When entering a posture one should never  over exert or stress yourself. Stress stops the energy from flowing. All of the postures are based on the natural movements your body is already used too.

I have found great benefit practicing Qigong and the Egyptian postures. These systems have become a source of great inspiration in my life and has personally assisted me on my own personal spiritual journey.

 

 

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