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Udja, at present there are no ongoing classes at Per Heru, as we are in transition in acquiring a new space, which is tentatively scheduled to re-start by the end of November early December.
As it relates to our practice, at Per Heru our worship is scheduled from noon to 3 pm and we specifically utilize the noon worship as our mode of worship and ritual. Our worship encompasses the Four Spiritual Disciplines, namely, Rekh Shedy, Ari Shedy, Uashu Shedy and Uaa Shedy, exercised through the 3 fold process of Listening, Reflecting and Meditating on the teaching. Other rituals that are done are the observation of the New and Full Moon, Equinoxes and Solstices.
Aspirants usually lead worship on a rotational basis, with highlight once per month given to the younger aspirants in our group. In our last session we were going through the book, Introduction to Hieroglyphs by Sebai Maa.
In preparation for the restarting of classes, a format is being created to have Pr Hru be the space for the dissemination of Heruian philosophy and ritual. Meaning, our intention is to emulate the teachings of The Temple of Heru. In essence, observing and practicing the rituals of the temple, engaging in Heruian Myth and Philosophy, ultimately embodying the concept of Heru in its varied forms. Presently, The Temple of Edfu is being used as part of research, along with books by Sebai, also the book The Temple of Horus by Barbara Watterson and other online sources. Other materials may be added as deemed necessary.