Join me as I discover and experience The Temple of Goddess Spirituality – Dedicated to Sekhmet. A serene space in the Nevada desert on the way to Las Vegas. Located at Cactus Springs near Indian Springs.
Here is an excerpt from the Temple’s website for description:
‘The Temple of Goddess Spirituality Dedicated to Sekhmet promotes Goddess Spirituality, Peace, and the Gift Economy. The Goddess Temple is a project of the Center for the Study of the Gift Economy under the direction of Genevieve Vaughan. Here, feminine values are honored and the Divine Mother is revered. The sand-colored stucco Temple opens to the elements of nature, with archways to the four directions and an open roof to the sky. Peace and reverence live within the temple, welcoming all that come. Together in ritual we celebrate the dance of the earth, sun, and moon. All are invited to pray, meditate, and connect with the Divine Feminine that is within and around us.’
Website address: http://sekhmettemple.com/
I had a lovely overwhelming personal experience while visiting the Temple. A whoosh of happiness and glory from my Grandmother who is no longer on this physical plane. Her Embrace left me with nothing but peace and ease. I miss her every day and I am Grateful she always walks with me.
This temple is dedicated to Mothers and Daughters. The Divine Feminine.
Sekhmet is the Egyptian Goddess of war and healing. Her name means “The Powerful One”. She is depicted with the head of a lioness and the body of a woman. She symbolizes the heat of the sun. She sometimes becomes violent, but she will heal what she breaks. She symbolizes that when there may be issues of revenge and anger, try not to get too carried away. Learn to let things go. Release the anger and forgive old hurts. In return, joy and celebration are waiting.