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What is the Kamitic Way of Life? Part 2

May 31, 2010

Peace Family.


Concluding on what the Kamitic Way of Life means to me. I meant to add that as we become a stronger, wiser and more powerful divine being. We are able to make changes or make "miracles" happen in the physical realm.  As I mentioned previously in the first post (What is the Kamitic Way of Life?) how I met my padrino.  This meeting came about because of my devotion to want to do the right thing and learn our cultural way.  It was because of my pursuit for happiness, my pursuit for spiritual development, which I could now say, is actually my pursuit for spiritual excellence. God and my ancestors smiled upon me. As a result, like the Story of Osar, where Rau pitied Oset (Aset, Auset, Isis) and sent forth the divine guide to help her find Osar (Asr, Ausar, Osiris). This is how I was blessed to meet my padrino. This is how I came to understand that the so-called Kamitic gods/goddesses were not deities at all but guardian spirits, just like the same guardian angels that exist in other religious faiths. It was Npu (Enpu, Epw, Sebek, Anubis) that appeared to me as my padrino. So, I am a witness to the fact that God blesses those who help themselves. People are put in our lives for a reason.

I had to experience the despair, homelessness, bad relationships, illness, etc. in order for me to see it for myself, because I really had doubts about God and this whole spiritual thing. It began as a child growing up and around the church, when I met people (inside and outside of the church) that would quote the bible word for word but had no experience or credibility because they had not developed the Power of God within themselves.  As a result, it did not reflect or show in their life.  To put it bluntly, they appeared to be hypocrites. This is how my spiritual doubt/baggage first began and I brought this with me when I began learning about Kamitic spirituality.  Naturally, I began to have doubts about Kamitic spirituality because I also met people that claimed the Kamitic people did this and that, so I wanted to do the same for me and my family. This is why I had to put the books down.

Now, I am so grateful for learning about Kamitic spirituality and the Kamitic Way of Life because now I have a different understanding and perspective of who I am. I experienced what I experienced in order to boldly say with no fear that I am made in the image of God. It is because of my experience I know that God exists within us all.

Following the Kamitic Way of Life simply means following a path designed to help me manifest my greatness and excellence. I never understood in the past why people would give glory to God and to their ancestors until I had my divine revelation and rebirth. It was after experiencing this I began to strive for excellence to glorify God and my ancestors too, which means what I do is a reflection of that which is within me. When I achieve and accomplish great things, it is a reflection of God, my ancestors and my heritage. That is powerful. It is life changing and transforming because it means you don't have to worry about how things are going to work out. It means you do what you're supposed to do and those on the other side of the veil (spiritual realm) will take care of the rest. Those invisible forces will move and make things physically manifest.  I know that now because I have experienced it for myself. That's how I overcame a lot of things in my life including ill-ness.

Some people will say, it was magic or it was a miracle, but when you understand that the Power of God, the Rau, within you and stretch out on faith by learning how to use it. That's when you'll discover the Kamitic Way.  I know I did and I am so grateful for all of the experiences that led me to this point. I am grateful for all those who put up with me. It is because of everything I experienced, even though I continue to see new challenges. I face them now with a different attitude, more resolve and new perspective, knowing that I can accomplish anything.

For a complete discourse see MAA AANKH: Finding God the Afro-American Way,
by Honoring the Ancestors and Guardian Spirits

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