Beloved Flower Lover,
We have already mentioned that Het Heru is the Goddess who uses flowers to help remind us to relax and chill. To thrive in the face of adversity. That our experience of life is based on how we imagine it.
The good news is that we have the gift of the imagination and we can use that imagination to take a new perspective on a situation.
Well, well, well, talk about opportunities already this month that have come about to help us relax and smile. In an office full of women, talking about everthing from mother hood, to men ,money and sex, each woman revealed a point, an issue, a topic that was stressing them out. From the man who would not marry, to the many who just wanted a sex buddy, to the woman who was going home that night to check that her husband was sorting out the divorce.
Gosh…..its incredible to think that we are actually in what some people call Het Heru cycle. A cycle that deals with beauty, romance, love, grace, art, socialablity and more.
To find out more, we explored how Het Heru, uses flowers, oil,beauty on the inside and outside to help women get in touch with their real identity. This is what we found….
Het Heru, also known as Hathor, Nephthys and Neb-t Het. Het Heru may be found throughout other cultures under such names as Marimba, Venus, Aphrodite, Oshun, Kamalatmika, Hana-El, etc. …
“Het Heru helps towards your fulfillment of being God on earth.
She is an energy that deals with inner peace, harmony and joy.
If you can maintain that joyful energy when you’re dealing with obstructions, you can reach a higher level of spirituality according to the tradition of ancient Kamit (Egypt).
When you can smile your way through life, you can heal yourself. You become free of tension and relaxed therefore all of your healing powers that flow through your Chi force and begin to heal you . The joy within you is the power that you need to heal yourself!
Het Heru constantly reminds us that we must always be joyful no matter what happens in life. In addition, if we want to grow spiritually we must face all of my challenges joyfully so that I may connect with God.”
Maybe Het Heru teaches us the joy of being out of control and still being peaceful. That’s our conclusion after listening to all these lives.
Wonder what you think?
The London Flower Lover