About the course:

Hat-hor was the Egyptian “goddess” of sacred arts—childbirth, music, dance and scrying—in a time long before the Age of Separation. It was Hat-hor that empowered kings through her love and wisdom, without her they would not succeed. This course is aimed to reconnect us to her very ancient wisdom by exploring the gifts that she has to bestow on us.

As we move into the Shift of Ages we move into a time when it is imperative that we embrace the Divine Masculine and Feminine and step into our full potential. In order to do this we must reclaim ancient knowledge to assist us in this process.
 
 The Pharaonic temples in Egypt are built over more ancient sites. It is the more ancient wisdom that we need to tap into connecting us to the deeper, primordial energies from before the “separation” (3114/3115 BC).

Reconnecting us to the Age of Taurus, Hat-hor's era, the time of the Sacred Cow, the Great Mother. In ancient Egypt the powerful “Serpent Goddess”, the archetype of the Divine/Sacred Feminine, was known as Hat-hor/Sekhmet.

This course is aimed to reconnect us to the Divine and Sacred aspects of the feminine. We can gain an understanding of what that is by exploring the archetype that represented the Divine/Sacred feminine in ancient Egypt, Hat-hor.

In this course we will:

  • Look at archetypes and why they are important.

  • Explore how Hat-hor represents the Divine/Sacred Feminine.

  • Understand why it is important for women of this time to reconnect with this archetype.

  • Look at her relationship to the King, her son and Sekhmet.

  • Learn how to invoke these energies to empower ourselves and others.

Instructor

  • Leslie Zehr

    Leslie Zehr

    Writer Leslie Zehr teaches Sacred Dance, helping women reconnect to the sacred feminine. She is also an aromatherapist, hypnotherapist, reiki master and astrologer. She has published two books, "The Alchemy of Dance: Sacred Dance as a Path to the Universal Dancer," and "The Al-chemia Remedies: Vibrational Essences from Egyptian Flowers and Sacred Sites." In her more than 30 years in Egypt, Leslie has created innumerable projects. Leslie's main work has been the Universal Dancer, a method she developed through her own spiritual and transformational journey in Egypt and through which she teaches Sacred Dance, a meditational form of dance that empowers women, reconnecting them to the sacred feminine within while at the same time being both healing and transformational. Through dance, Leslie retells the archetypal stories using music, primordial energies, sacred geometry, wave motion and vibration, taking women back through time to the essence of their being, initiating and unlocking the esoteric wisdom buried deep within their psyche. Her workshops have been attended by hundreds of women of different nationalities and taken her from Cairo and ancient Egyptian temples along the Nile River to studios and centers in New York, Maine, Maryland, Arizona, Washington and Puerto Rico.

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