with Odin Into The Darkness

This is a sample from Chapter 13 (With Odin Into The Darkness), Part 2 (The School) of Sona Siepakova’s novel Loved By The Sun.

Sona Siepakova’s spiritual novel, Loved By The Sun, reflects the inner transformation of a girl. Thanks to spiritual techniques she has learned in a mystery school, the main character finds the strength to become a wise, powerful female pharaoh. Let yourself get inspired…

a Sample from the chapter

What comes to your mind when you hear the word, darkness, Freya? Odin called straight on the blond girl on his left. 

The dark or darkness may represent bad things or simply just the night. When we close our eyes it is also as though we see darkness. So it doesn’t always need to be anything evil. Freya pondered aloud. 

All right. In principle, nothing is wrong. Some human emotions and intentions may appear dark, such as spite and hatred, but even they are basically merely energy, frequencies of light. They simply vibrate very slowly. As a result, they don’t radiate like, for example, love and joy which we would find at the opposite end of the emotional scale. The creator’s energy is in all that is regardless of how fast it is moving. Whenever we feel this oneness, it reduces our fear of the unknown. I recommend that you repeat this sentence to yourself after we have come down there:

Chapter 13, Loved By The Sun, The School

I am a part of all that is. God is within me and around me. I am a part of the source light, no matter what’s surrounding me. What I believe to be, I emanate. What I emanate, I attract. My reality reflects my thoughts, emotions and beliefs. Nothing bad can get to me unless I have invited it into my experience. And if I want it to leave, I must first change myself. In order to see different things, I have to start being different myself. 

That’s impossible to remember, such a long statement. Riad grumbled disgruntledly. 

Encouragingly, Odin patted him on the shoulder. Riad’s knees buckled and he staggered. What I give off, I draw to myself. In order to see different things, it’s me who has to change first and become different. Odin repeated for him. 

Of course, I see! Riad gasped and moved back to the end of the line which started descending into the underground, along a dark corridor. As far away from Odin as was possible. However, it did not help him much, as Odin had also decided to walk last. 

Evidently, he had no problem seeing in the dark and, straight over Riad’s head, he shouted instructions as to where to turn towards for the first groping students. Riad was trembling with anger, Odin frayed his nerves. 

Luckily, they did not go far. They entered the first room in the underground. Since nobody was able to recall whether it was the same one which they had recently been in with Germain, they were all hanging around the entrance, ready to take flight.

Mercilessly, Odin packed them all inside. No back talk! 

2020 © Sona Siepakova

Loved By The Sun: The School, Book Cover

4-part novel Loved By The Sun

In Part 1 (The Garden), the main character, Meritaton, a pharaoh's daughter, spends most of her time in the vast garden behind her palace. She is going to build a shamanic circle, try to call in the rain, speak with the Earth, see a pyramid with her father... In Part 2 (The School), Meritaton goes to a spiritual, mystery school where students learn techniques of personal and spiritual growth to gracefully pass their final test of courage...
In Part 3 (The Reign), she will have to start ruling, and Part 4 (The Light) is still a secret. 🙂
The novel is set in Egypt, in about 1,500 B.C., and it is going to introduce you, in a cheerful, easy-to-read way, to basic as well as advanced techniques of personal development and spiritual growth. With the main character, Meritaten, the daughter of the pharaoh Akhenaten, you are going to learn how to stay balanced so that love might win over fear and heal your relationships.
Each part of the novel contains a couple of songs to lift you up and heal from any suffering. These songs also appear in the album / songbook Fairy's Songs. The novel is available in English and Czech as an e-book and audio-book.


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