Have You ever Been Bitten by an Egyptian Ibis?

October 14th, 2016

I Ibis was at a popular vegetarian restaurant the other
night with a friend. We were in Ft. Lauderdale and
got a little hungry and pulled into the
restaurant. It was closed but, in the parking lot,
there were hundreds of birds with crescent-moon
beaks. As soon as we got out of the car, they
surrounded us, it was like we were in Hitchcock
movie. It’s far from common to have flock birds
surround you and follow you around. I took it as a
good omen. We hung around until the place opened
and had a great meal. When I got home, I did some
research on the skinny-legged crescent moon-beaked
birds. When things happen like this, I always look
to see if there is a deeper meaning. It turns out
that these birds were the Sacred Ibis (Threskionis
aethiopicus) who once lived in Egypt and is
depicted in many ancient Egyptian wall murals and
sculptures. It is also found as mummified
specimens at many burial sites and played a
significant religious role. The ibis represented
the God Thoth, god of wisdom, knowledge and
writing. The ibis is also a wading bird. It,
therefore, has its head above the water, its legs
in the water, and its feet firmly planted in the
earth, a representation of yin and yang male and
female. Thoth is the deity who is recognized for
bestowing all arts and sciences unto mankind. This
includes, art, music, writing, speech,
communication, words, symbols, numbers,
mathematics, geometry, counting, measuring, land
surveying, astronomy, astrology, science, logic,
medicine, magic and the mystical arts. He is
recognized and honored as a great magician. I am
not referring to a magic show or tricks of magic,
but real magic and a real magician. “A Magician
is someone who is the master of magic; a master of
mysteries, both terrestrial and celestial, someone
who understands and is able to make use of the
secret powers and energies that are constantly
flowing within and between the cosmic and earthly
realms. This includes the mastery of herbs,
potions, healing practices and purification
practices along with a thorough knowledge of all
the arts and sciences.” Thoth was usually depicted
with the head of an ibis, deriving from his name,
and the curve of the ibis’ beak, which resembles
the crescent moon. Thoth the Scribe wrote the
story of our reality then placed it into grids for
us to experience and learn through the alchemy of
time and consciousness.

When we practice the art of medicine, music,
sculpture dance, visual or martial arts, we are
tapping into creative magic. How can you open up
more to the magic of your own creativity? First,
you want to tune in to your own inner spirit and
settle your mind. If you want to attract
something, you have to start living it. When I
first learned to meditate, I practiced morning,
noon and night until I owned the practice. That’s
called “embodying the work.” My Teacher instructed
me to repeat a special prayer or mantra. You can
open up to the magic of your own inner spirit with
these six special words. Click on the link to
learn more.

I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Dr. Wu Dhi

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