Realization of your purpose as a healer at the most profound levels of existence is found through the fulfillment of internal harmony. A balanced relationship with yourself serves as support to plumb the depths of your psyche.
You have the potential to use your social and relationship building skills as a means to build bridges and suit your aspirations of transforming whatever dynamic you come into contact with.
In the case of this Sun/Moon blend, personal power can be achieved through what’s referred to in ancient Egyptian or Kemetic philosophy, as Ma’at: a moral ideal which is comprised of, but not limited to: harmony, truth, justice and right order.
“Thinking the truth, speaking the truth and living the truth.”
Making an effort to transform and perfect yourself by embodying Ma’at in thoughts, words and actions. Balancing emotion with reason, intellect and intuition, and the masculine and feminine. Synthesizing “heavenly” thought and earthly behavior.
“Ma’at is more than just a principle in which the universe is ordered. It is also an ideology and code of social conduct.”
“A peculiar aspect of Ma’at is that it is both a moral and physical principle which applies as much to the morality of human behavior and moral justice, balance and truth as it does to physical justice, balance and truth. ”
“Ma’at is a principle of reciprocation. In other words every action causes its like. In the moral sense, whatever deed a person does returns to him in some form. In the physical sense, every event is the result of some other event which is in its likeness.”
The words to live by are: “Be generous as long as you live. What goes into the storehouse should come out.”
The potential lessons gained on this journey can place you in the position to “dig for the gold.” However, you must not be afraid of the dark. To define, I’m referring to the dark as:
“That part of the personality which has been repressed for the sake of ego ideal.”
Ultimately, it’s part of your mission to live in this territory as a gateway to mending your own wounds as well as the wounds of others.
The idea of becoming a healer sounds impressive to most, but the work you’re called to do is psychologically intricate and complex. Intimate feelings are at stake and privacy must be honored. You’ll be dealing with an emotionally charged exposure of hidden and buried truth. Through your own self-disclosure, a light will be shined on you. That same light will reveal what’s trapped in others, via your piercing and penetrative insight.
You require internal equilibrium in order to manage emotional extremes. One of your reigning strengths is a shrewd sociability which allows you to see both the nice and the nasty in life situations, and if you so choose, to proceed with refined grace.
References: “The Symbolic Quest” by Edward Whitmont.
“Person, Divinity and Nature: A Modern View Of The Person & The Cosmos In African Thought” by Chukwunyere Kamalu.
“Return To The African Mother Principle of Male and Female Equality” by Oba T’Shaka.