Thursday, November 12, 2020

Is there a Goddess of Music?

Intuitive meditations are similar to dream analysis; we receive messages as clairvoyant images, sounds, scents and then interpret it when we are done. Sometimes the message comes to life completely in one session, but often it builds with time. In school, when we were doing psychic readings for another person we'd ask for their visuals and discuss it with them at the end💝

This fall I signed up for zoom class at The College of Psychic Studies, my former psychic school. One of my classmates, Liesl Duffy, now teaches there. It has been so much fun to be back in the student seat. We have been connecting with different archangels every week.

The weekly theme is always a surprise. Last month, I finally understood the music that I’d hearing in my personal meditations for nearly two years. Liesl told us that we would be connecting with a goddess and the meditation consisted of a journey to a temple where we would meet her. We would find out who she was once we arrived, not before.

Everything that I describe below came to me during the intuitive meditation, without any music playing and little description. 

From the outset I heard songs running through my mind. It felt (more than sounded) like a feminine voice ringing out from the jungle on our way into the temple. I am from Mexico and love the Pacific coast, hence the jungle. The clairaudient meditations that I have had the past few years have been similar - a powerful female voice echoing my words - but she has what feels like limitless reach. I will often get clips of music videos that I like too.

As we continued through the meditation, we were guided to approach a temple. The teacher who facilitates the class doesn't give many details and this leaves space for our intuition to fill in the blanks. I kept hearing music, often Shakira's DARE or Katy Perry's ROAR. Every now and then I heard snippets of Rihanna's "What's my name" with a variation on the lyrics, so that it went: INNANA, WHAT'S MY NAME. Then back to Roar. 

I also got the impression that we could only enter if we danced our way in. All along the path there were people dancing - almost like they were listening to a cosmic concert. I am not much a dancer (but I do love music) so I was relieved to be the only witness to this meditation lol. 

When we finally made it into the temple, Liesl told us that we were there to connect with an ancient goddess known as Innana. I had connected with her intuitively in the past, usually a passing thought, but hadn't made a link between her and the music. Innana was a fierce Sumerian goddess, looking after love, beauty, war, justice and political power. 

In the past, when I have asked why this goddess is relevant for me, the word ASTARTE came to mind; the name used for Innana in the part of the world from which the Lebanese side of my family hails. Not entirely sure what it means, and Innana rings a bell more than Astarte does, but the musical vibration feels amazing. In previous posts I have written about manifesting with music, I believe this goddess amplifies the effect. We can connect with that beautiful energy.

As far as history is concerned, there was a religious following of Innana thousands of years ago. It is likely the beliefs and practices were reflective of Sumerian culture at the time, and might not be applicable now. I don't know much about it as the meditations at the College are experiential in nature, focused on healing and personal development. The meditation was freeing, full of life and reflective of Katy Perry's Roar or Shakira's Dare. Just what I needed lol. 

When class was wrapping up the teacher mentioned Rihanna's What's My Name (Innana) and talked about that feminine energy expressing itself through music, with confidence. This kind of synchronicity is common in meditations as we are all tuned into the same current of energy.

Reiki hugs, 



Regina Chouza is an Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. She studied angel intuition and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as a healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Her passion is bringing the qualities of self-love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuitsRead her books to heal yourself.  


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