"Hongi" is a traditional Maori Greeting in New Zealand. This simple act of pressing one's nose and forehead together with another person is a way of exchanging the breath of life or sharing energy with another. The breath of life can also be interpreted as the sharing of both party's souls. Through the exchange of this physical greeting, one is no longer considered a visitor but rather becomes one of the people of the land.
We are all connected from the smallest particle to the highest mountain; everything has life the rocks, the trees and even the wind. Once we know how real and Sacred this connection is our life changes. If we take the time to feel and then share this divine connection with the world around us, we begin to once again flow with life and everything becomes Holy. This is the true Magic of the universe, we are all one, everything we do we do to ourselves.
If this speaks to you it is time to feed your connection to all that is, you are being call to take the first steps on the journey to yourself. This is a shamanistic journey of discovery; you can only carry with you the sacred stone that is your heart, and the truth that it holds. It is time to wake from the dream of who you think you are and embrace who you truly are. On the way you will meet your helpers and guides in many forms, embrace them and share your love for this will be a sacred union with yourself. These meetings will be a sacred bridge of two souls, a knowing and connection that will stretch through eternity.
Are You Ready?
Remember the first step is the hardest part, but I promise you that if you connect with the spirit of all that is and listen to the voice of your heart it will be the most amazing journey ever. Hugs ~Duane Redwolf Miles~
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