Sekhmet and I have a stall again and we are looking forward to reconnecting again with each of you. I was impressed at the last BMS Festival how many of you were interested in meeting Sekhmet for the first time and how you enjoyed this. If we meet again, I hope you will share with me how you benefited from this. Even though this was a short session, much can happen in this time.
We have a new Powerpoint presentation on Sekhmet with some very special music created for this. You may feel very moved, and even awakened, as you listen. Energetically, this music is very powerful.
I have been very privileged to have been gifted an exquisitely beautiful musical instrument called a SISTRUM. This was used in Ancient Egypt and is similar to a percussion instrument which keeps rhythm going in the background. You will see the sistrum in images of Egypt. This sistrum was designed and made locally. The upper part of the sistrum is a piece of curving brass with brass slats running through it and the handle is made of sculpted walnut wood. Do have a look when you come to the stall.
We are on Level One No. A34, first aisle to the right and four sites along. You will see the bright orange drapes over the stall. Orange is chosen because this is the colour that Sekhmet is associated with in her work with the beautiful orange vibration of the sacral chakra and her orange crystal the Carnelian.
Looking forward to seeing you at the Festival.