THE WISDOM OF ANCIENT EGYPT
hunger to know the meaning of life:
- What comes after death?
are we here?
do we come from?
intuitively know that some of our ancestors knew the answers to
these big questions. And one of the go-to places is Ancient Egypt.
The Feather of Life program unveils the Wisdom of Ancient Egypt
to the participants. Impossible? No. Though many assume all too
quickly that the Wisdom of Life has disappeared many millennia
ago, much of Egypt’s Wisdom Tradition was actually preserved
in the Hermetic doctrine. Once recombined with archaeological
and historical material, the Wisdom Tradition of Ancient Egypt
is accessible to all.
The purpose of the Ancient Egyptian
Wisdom tradition was to remember that each one of us was born
with a mission in this life. That we realized that the soul was
eternal and divine, and that it incarnated with a specific purpose
for our life-time. The goal of the Wisdom Tradition was to offer
a framework whereby the neophyte would be guided through this
process of self-fulfillment. The Feather of Life Program is the
modern equivalent of this framework.
Egyptian Wisdom Tradition consisted out of two elements: knowledge,
to do with life, the soul, our mission, all the information that
each one of us had to know, so that we could use this knowledge
and apply it to our daily existence, for the rest of our life.
The second element was to make sure that the knowledge was applied,
and thus transform us, so that we could realize our mission in
life, which result in joy and happiness.
program is an online course, in which participants are taught
the elements of the Wisdom Tradition and are helped in applying
these to their own life. Participants are then eligible for the
Mentorship Program. This is an ongoing development program, whereby
the participants are helped in their daily challenges to rebalance
their lives to the new values that will guarantee them happiness
45 minute free webinar session that provides an overview of the
course, followed by five 90 minute sessions.
Course Overview & Introduction
1. The Negative Confession
We begin by exploring the Negative
Confession, which the Egyptian had to recite at the moment of
his death. The Negative Confession is a great technique to take
stock of where we are in our life, and which areas need work.
As we go through life, periodically repeating the Negative Confession
will show us how we advance on our path so that we can eventually
truly say – with our hand on our heart – that we have
lived correctly. This was precisely the goal, and the path, of
the Ancient Egyptians.
The Eight Virtues of Maat
The Eight Virtues of Maat are
the eight tools that the Ancient Egyptians were given through
which to accomplish this. They are the forces that are at work,
and which we need to control, in order to be successful in our
The Nine Principle
For the Eight Virtues to be practically
used, the Ancient Egyptians used the Nine Principles, which in
essence were nine “commandments” to use in order to
live life properly. We will create practical steps on how each
one of us can apply these, transforming not just our own life,
but those around us too.
The Knowledge of Ancient Egypt
To complete our mission in life,
the Ancient Egyptians had a body of knowledge – focused
on the fact that the soul was immortal – which was information
that not only awoke the soul, but created the framework for the
soul to fulfill its mission. The Ancient Egyptians truly knew
that learning this knowledge was a process of remembering, as
well as re-membering – becoming whole – and was seen
as the veritable initiation, or awakening, into the Wisdom Tradition.
Remembering Your Mission in Life
We conclude the course by mapping
our own mission in life; that what we know we want to do, and
have been born to do, and subsequently write out and break how
to accomplish this mission, so that each one of us leaves with
knowing how to achieve our life’s ambition, as well as attain
true happiness and fulfillment.