Escaping the crowds. Basically everywhere we go. 🔎
If you’re planning to visit Cambodia (which I highly recommend you do) check out my tips on visiting the Angkor Wat (and avoiding the thousands tourists) 👀 from the blog. ✍🏼 #linkinbio
✨RECEIVE THE ANKOR WAT TEMPLE SIAM REAP, CAMBODIA GRIDWORK ACTIVATION I!✨ Receive this powerful compassionate energies of Ankor Wat temple. Let it purify your mind and heart of any emotions that no longer serves you. Above this temple is the big grid red pillar that my family and I activated for Siam Reap, Cambodia. This temple is the "Capital Temple" it is a temple complex in Cambodia and the largest religious monument in the world. It was originally constructed as a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Vishnu for the Khmer Empire, gradually transforming into a Buddhist temple towards the end of the 12th century. It's the capital of the Khmer Empire, as the Kings state temple and eventual mausoleum.
It has 3 major levels that you can walk through and climb up the stairs.
We meditated purified the area with 101 Rays and place the the Atreos brown dragon egg (below), Edwards black dragon egg (middle) and my white dragon egg (above). As it purified Atreo placed the complex star at the top of the temple. The star and the red pillar started to spin as the Rays healed above and below grids. (of course all this in my 3rd eye) I could see the bell like tier structures above the star rotate and the big pyramid above push up and radiate throughout the land.
There was so much going on, kind of hard to explain it all. The red pillar needed to strengthen so we called the Khmer Cambodia 7 headed dragons out with a sound we made together. The Khmer dragons winded themselves around the pillar. Making the pillar spin and brighten.
There were literally a lot of bees and dragon flys around the temple helping as well.
I watched as the grid expand all throughout Cambodia and started activating the other 200 other small temples.
I could feel the heartbeat of compassion energies awaken the land and people.
For the past year my family and I have been gathering stones, sand, Lemeria Andara crystals, and fresh and ocean water, flowers, tree branches, and creating these grids throughout Hawaii, US, Bali,Thailand, Cambodia and my travels all over the world. 💥If you would like to receive this please comment below with ❤️.
1 114 October, 2019
Little Super model, Angkor Wat is my stage👍
With our charming local tour guide, Sareth Nil who speaks fluent English and Korean. Great personality and knowledgeable of the temples and the location on avoiding the crowds. Had an enjoyable trip and making you feel like a friend. Highly recommend Q Travel if you come to Siem Reap. Thank you Q Travel. 🙏 #qtravelcambodia#qtravel#ankorwat#ankorwattemple#siemreap#cambodia
A small temple just before Angkor Thom. This is just a little one, not on any suggested tours, but I still thought it was pretty incredible. There are so many of these smaller and less known temples scattered about that Angkor could keep you templing for weeks.
1 271 October, 2019
Another now and then shot. This one too was unintentional. Keira has become more fascinated by bugs than temples.
Keira was a little bummed at first that they would let her go to the upper levels. There were only two temples we saw that had this requirement. I'm sure she would have done fine, but I'm also sure there ate plenty of other kids that wouldn't. She got over it quickly. #waitingformom
It's been 15 years since my last visit to Angkor Wat, and although I have a pretty feeble memory, I'm absolutely sure I didn't have to wait in line to access the upper levels. I also remember sitting at the top of the upper stairs and being a little freaked out at the steepness and the fact that the steps were wet. Now there is a new staircase, a line and an attendant to make sure folks don't take kids under 12 up there. So this time I hung out with Keira while Suwei went up to check out things from above. #spotthesuwei#thetimestheyareachangin#timetravel
Sunrise at Angkor Wat. We joined a few others in the wee hours of our second day to watch the sun come up over the temple. The weather however, didn't get the memo, and decided clouds were in order. For me it was just nice to be out early.
#angkorwat#ankorwattemple#angkorthom At Angkor Wat for sunrise. Angkor Thom & Bayon in the afternoon. But my favourite was Ta Prohm, with the 200+ year old trees growing over the Temples. Back tomorrow to finish the tuk tuk tour.