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The Lion’s Gate: What To Expect

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The Lion's Gate: What To Expect

by Tamara Maat,
Contributing Writer,

Let’s mark the date, ladies and gentlemen, for it this a time of change! The eternal Fire Flame of the Leo intensifies, the Sacred Lion’s Gate opens its mouth and providing to those in need. This is the epitome of the Sekhmet season: Deaths and rebirths for all.

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Fire is the most purifying of the Earth’s elements, and the lion(-ess) is the most fierce hunter that was known to the ancient world. Sekhmet, the lioness goddess of Ancient Egypt, heals with her sacred, piercing fire, cutting through any layers that are unneeded in achieving balance. Both the fire and the lion(-ess) symbols lead to fast and vast release of the old, melting it away much more easily than at other times. The Fire element also facilitates the birth of the new, with the creative force that it is, and Sekhmet, having destroyed what no longer works, gives room for a new life.

The number 8 is probably the most auspicious of numbers. It is a lucky number that tells of abundance and continuity. With its energies powered by two, we can expect such marvelous properties to be even extra potent. Intuitively, adding that to the 1 universal year effect in our date (2017 = 10/1), we find the ability to ground and root these powerful energies into our daily lives is multiplied.

Looking at our date 8/8/2017 from the bigger picture and in less details, we can expect the following:

On the day, avoid burning/sitting around a fire once it has become sunset. The energies we will have absorbed during the day need to be balanced out by the hug of the night through soft music and the water element. One could have a soothing bath or drink some cool water with intention. Afterwards grounding oneself by gardening or patting a beloved pet would be a good idea.

This is a day that promises a change of reality as we know it. Let’s not miss the chance to rise!

Tamara Maat is the first modern Egyptian to be spontaneously initiated into shamanism in the temples of Luxor, Egypt. Her journey included countless readings, workshops, courses, teachers and mentors, ending with the initiations in the temples, and continuing with ascension every day. She now helps people heal on deep levels and find their Truths using the Egyptian-land medicine, similar to how she has experienced healing herself. To connect to Maryam, you can check her FB page @tamaramaat2015 or go to

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