Lessons in Munay Ki

Going through and receiving the Munay Ki rites was in itself a journey beloved. But the journey afterwards has brought about huge changes in my life, and continue to do so today. Even though the journey is not complete, I feel that now is the time to share what I have experienced so far.

Before, I felt like the average person, going through the day-to-day grind of being a working mother. There were struggles, and sometimes it seemed I had more problems in my life than I had the energy to work towards fixing,

So I did what I could to get by and felt that it was enough. Eventually the truth found me, and I found myself looking into ways to improve daily living.

I began doing the work, finding ways to reconnect with myself and those around me. I also began doing the little things here and there rather than waiting to do it all at once and become overwhelmed.

Still, there was a lot more work I needed to do. So when Bryan offered to pass down the Munay Ki rites, I accepted the opportunity.

As we took our time doing the rites individually, I worked to understand what each rite meant to me. I meditated with each rite, hoping to discover what this would do for me personally. And discover I did.

Through the Munay Ki rites, I have learned to connect to my higher selves through multiple means. To name a few, I have found myself fascinated with tarot cards, crystals, and storytelling. They have been ways for me to open a line of communication with something both a piece and separate from this lifetime.

The messages I have seen and heard have been quite astounding sometimes. Even now I still have my doubts on whether this is all in my head or not. But then I remember Dumbledore's most famous line... (Yes, I am a Harry Potter nerd. I told you, storytelling is one of my passions.)

"Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?" (Deathly Hallows, Page 723)

I feel this truly points out the paradoxical nature of our lives and how we see the world around us. But that's a philosophical point for another time.

In this context, I take the message literally. It reminds me that just because I can only see and hear certain things in my head, it doesn't mean that they are not happening.

And when these thoughts spill into the "real world" it never ceases to amaze me.

Through all of this, I found ways to tap into my own capabilities, while also tapping into multiple facets of who I am within and without.

A big part of this was, in fact, the archetypes that are represented within the Munay Ki rites. Over the next few weeks, I will share with you each individual archetype through my eyes. But before I go, there is a personal story I would like to share involving the archetypes.

It had happened a couple short nights after I had received the Harmony Rite. Bryan and I were getting ready for bed. He was in the bathroom and I was laying in our bed, taking a few breaths and trying to settle my mind.

It was during these breaths that I felt the presence of ancestors whom had also been receivers of the rites. One of the ancestors in particular stood apart from the rest and spoke to me. He told me that it was time to choose the forms my lower, middle and upper world archetypes, only he called them my lower, middle, and higher earth keepers.

Without hesitation, I named three animals; the horse, the cheetah, and the red-tailed hawk. The images of these animals were then ingrained into my brain, with the urgent motion that I needed to meditate with them after I had finished meditating with the other four archetypes.

Once this had all taken place, the ancestors faded away, leaving me alone with my thoughts. That is, until Bryan returned to the bedroom less than thirty seconds later. I told him immediately what had happened, and we talked for a little while before actually falling asleep.

This event, more than anything else, truly made me a believer in the rites and what they can do.

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