Amaterasu Omi Kami, the Sun Goddess of Shinto religion, once hid her face from all living beings - bringing darkness and sorrow upon the world as she had withdrawn, until Uzume, the Japanese Shaman Goddess, lured her out of the cave, in which she had hidden in bitterness. The laughter of all the gods and goddesses upon Uzume's joyful dance in which she was making fun of herself, playing with her breasts and genitals, worked the miracle: Amaterasu peeped out of the dark cave - and as she got a glimpse of herself, her radiant beauty, in the mirror which the gods had placed in front of the cave, she was healed and ready to laugh and shine for ALL, to radiate her LOVE out into the world again ...
We celebrate Amaterasu and Uzume's Moon from September 16th to October15th.
Let us encounter the power of LOVE and JOY and find out again about the healing quality of the ability to laugh about ourself and not take life on earth too seriously! Let us be the force that brings back LIGHT into the darkness of our world,
Sonja Myriel Aouine
Latest Activity: Jan 27, 2019
I will soon tell you more about this moon's special qualities - about the - Kuxan Suum, the Hunab Ku which is the centre of the Milky Way, about Wakah Chan, which means “White Boned Serpent", and is a Mayan name for the the Milky way, the World Tree, Etznab, the mirror, and what all this has to do with Amaterasu and the light grid ... For now, please make yourself familiar with Amaterasu's story and the role which Uzume the shaman goddess, played in it!
Love Light BLESSINGS,
Some people say they were brother and sister, Susano-O and Amaterasu. Other people say they were meant to be husband and wife. One thing, however, was clear. They rarely agreed on even the smallest…Continue