Creation, completion, and coming full circle.
We complete our time with Isis with this one last story in this four-part series.
Queen Astarte shared with Isis where she thought Osiris could have possibly been, which is under the root of a tree in the middle of the ocean. Isis does, indeed, find her beloved, brings his casket home, and hides him out of sight for safety.
One day, Set finds Osiris, and he is beside because he knows that Isis found Osiris, and he has a chance to take him away from her again. And so, Set takes Osiris and puts him into 14 different pieces and lays him all across the Universe.
And, now, Isis, after finding her beloved only to lose him, is being challenged once again. She goes on a quest to find all 14 pieces of Osiris, going deep and dark, above and beyond, determined to find every single piece.
And she finds all but one.
She uses her magical powers to put him back together - the 13 pieces found, and the piece she could not find, she recreates with her own powerful magic.
Through this beautiful place of alchemization, Osiris comes to life and becomes a god yet again. And with so much gratitude, they ended up having a child, the god of sun, named Horus.
What a beautiful ending to this love story!
There are so many lessons this wise goddess has to share with us.
First, there are moments in time when you need to shed all of yourself, piece-by-piece-by-piece. It feels like you are dying. And from that place, transformation can occur and then you can put yourself back together again, piece-by-piece-by-piece, restructuring your entire system.
You are now upgraded and whole and divine and you have the ability to see yourself in more of a light than you ever had before because you powerfully went through the excavation process.
Second, no matter what happens, if there are pieces that you can’t find, you can create them. So therefore, for example, if you are having an experience of your life where you just don’t find yourself feeling fully whole, you can create other opportunities, another thing that will give yourself nourishment that you need.
We can alchemize, we can use our magic abilities, and we can co-create anything that we need, especially if it is in our highest good, especially if it is for the betterment of ourselves and of greater service to others.
Last, but not least, is that we are a source for creation. Our creation stems from our ability to use our mind and our imagination, with our love and the place we have deeply seeded in our heart, along with our intuition, guided by what we know to be true.
Let’s recap these powerful lessons:
Fractured pieces can be made whole.
We are whole. We are perfection.
We are not fragments of sadness and trauma, instead, we take ourselves apart, piece-by-piece, to uncover the essence of who we are.
Through this excavating process, through searching for all parts of ourselves again, we come to realize our strength, our resilience, our dedication, our will, our humility, and so much more.
Then, we may restructure ourselves and create alignment that serves and mirrors our highest selves.
We are the source of creation, therefore, we are constantly creating ourselves, our experiences, our reality, and the world.
I hope this has sparked some places of inquiry within yourself. I’d love to hear how Isis’s story has inspired you. Share your thoughts over in our Sacred Circle Facebook Community.
Next week on Sora TV: I dive into more of my story, who I am, and what lessons I have learned, and how that may support you in your life and your business.