SHARRER UHEM ANKH

(LIVING WATERS PRAYER BY QUEEN MOTHER IMAKHU)

(C)2019 Elaine Lloyd-Nazario/Queen Mother Imakhu

Let the Living Waters heal us all.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

 

Beset and Besu, I drink from your nurturing jar. Open the way.

I pray for the waters of the world.

Neit, may the resurrection of this water temple help us to always uplift, protect, and remember the tributaries of the Tree of Life as Divine Source.

I pray for the waters of the world.

Wadjet, may the resurrection of this water temple help us to remember to pray for the water and water healers within and without.

I pray for the waters of the world.

Wadj-Ur, may the resurrection of this water temple help us to pray healing transmutation for the pain absorbed by global waters. May the water spirits heal.

I pray for the waters of the world.

Nehemetauit, may the resurrection of this water temple help all sincere seekers who have been brought great pain by abusers, users, and takers, be brought solace, justice, and healing restoration.

I pray for the waters of the world.

Shedi, may the restoration of water temple help us look to you for deliverance when we need to be covered.

 

I pray for the waters of this world.

Pekhit, may the restoration of this water temple temple help us to respect the storms of life.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

 

Nwt, may the restoration of this water temple help all who have been expected to merely manifest without having anyone to give back. May they receive restoration.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

 

Hapi, may the resurrection of this water temple bring the desire for people to humbly help one another without judgement, sharing abundantly with open hearts, embracing the divine mystery and joy of living, loving the journey.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

 

Khnum, may the resurrection of this water temple rehydrate the souls of our people.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

 

Heqet, may the resurrection of this water temple restore the minds of your people.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

 

Satet, may the resurrection of this water temple bring forth your generous rains so no one may starve, and water is purified.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

 

Anqet, may the resurrection of this water temple bring the distribution of wealth to your people, and no one may starve.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

 

HatMehyt, may the resurrection of this water temple heal hearts and minds, and bring goodness, beauty, compassion, and abundant fish so that people will share and no one will starve.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

 

Andjety, may the resurrection of this water temple help us yield to your shepherd's crook and flail so that we may be led to lush lands and safe tables.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

 

Ast, may the resurrection of this water temple help us to know that as water influences and enhances everything it touches, we, too, have the potential to change the world wherever we go. May your throne of grace bring us mercy.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

 

Neb-t Het, may the resurrection of this water temple help us to know that we are sacred sacred vessels. Whatever we choose to fill our chalices with, all are potential lessons for our own mastery, depending on our perspectives. It is important to learn when our chalices are truly clean, and work to not delude ourselves into believing that filth is clarity.

 

I pray for the waters of the world.

Living Waters. Uhem Ankh. You give to us. We have taken. We pour back into you. We thank you. We thank you. We thank you. Duau.

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