Seeing Yourself as Beautiful - Goddess Amatersu
Beautifuls! Meditation 9/12/18 - "Seeing Yourself as Beautiful!"
In this meditation we journeyed to a cave of serenity and stillness. It was a familiar cave we visited when we needed our self care. As we entered the cave, we saw it was a living cave with water dripping from stalactites and small little waters traveling throughout. We walked into the moist cave into the depths of a chamber. We were to visit the Japanese Shinto Goddess Amaterasu (Sun Goddess). Her story is that she doubted her beauty when her sibling brother the Sky God decided to tell her she was ugly teasing her...She went into this cave to not show herself but the Gods/Goddesses put a mirror outside to draw her out. There was a Goddess (Left this out) the lesson for laughter to draw her out as the Gods/Goddesses laughed her curiosity brought her out to where the mirror was. She saw how beautiful she was and she returned to her domain as Sun Goddess.
In the chamber, there Amaterasu was awaiting for your arrival. As the Sun Goddess she radiated golden compassionate light the light the chamber for you to see. She wrapped you like a cocoon in golden compassionate light and you felt it in your heart. She gave you a mirror to take with you in the cocoon of compassion warm loving light and asked you to look into the mirror with your eyes and say "You are beautiful to your eyes." She asked to to say this to every part looking at the mirror that was unloved or labelled by others as not beautiful and say to each that it was beautiful. As you breathed in gently from grounding you sent compassionate light to each part you saw as beautiful and you felt compassion and you felt entirely beautiful. You relaxed and melted into Mother Earth your muscles, mind and body and you breath, see, feel and are beautiful.
As I played the bowls and sound bath instruments; you thanked Amaterasu for her lesson and she instructed you to leave the cocoon around your sacred body feeling beautiful and take it back to your earthly body to feel beautiful and walk your path knowing you're were imperfect and you didn't need to be perfect as it is a the Divine Plan and vow not to allow others to dictate your beauty. You exit the cave and into a buttefly garden that you didn't notice before the meditation as the symbol of self-transformation. Walk in your Beauty and you grounded and awoke to your Sacred Self again. Thank you, Peace to you