The ancient Egyptians used this powerful meditation to infuse their bodies with light. Each body part was dedicated to a divinity who directed the flow of life energy. This meditation may be recited upon waking while standing in an eastern window facing the sun, or before sleeping while lying in repose. After deep relaxation, begin naming the parts of your body that you dedicate to the Divine:
My head is the head of Seshat,
My face is the face of Nefertum,
My eyes are the eyes of Hathor
My ears are the ears of Anubis,
My nose and longs are the nose and lungs of Shu,
My throat is the throat of Meret,
My lips are the lips of Mut.
My teeth are the teeth of Serket,
My neck is the neck of the Renenutet,
My right (or dominant) hand is the hand of Khnum,
My left (or nondominant) hand is the hand of Anket,
My forearms are the foreamrs of Neith,
My shoulders are those of Wadjet,
My chest and rib cage are those of Tefnut,
My heart is the heart of Ma'at,
My backbone is the backbone of Seth,
My womb is the womb of Isis.
My reins are the reins of Satis,
My belly and back are the belly and back of Sekhmet,
source of my spiritual fire and power.
My hips and legs are those of Nut,
carrying me safely through the day and night.
Wherever I need to be, there I find myself
My feet are the feet of Ptah,
a firm foundation for all of myself.
My fingers are those of Orion and Sirius,
sparkling and brilliant, creating anew, rebuilding, tearing down, heralding new life.
My bones are the bones of all the living gods and goddesses,
the living Uraei that protects and energizes and life to its spiritual source.
There is no member of my body that is not the member of a divine being. My body knows what it needs to give and to receive. Thoth and Isis shield my body wholly, filling it with energy and radiating love. I am shining as Ra and Raet day by day. These are the words of power that live forever. As I rise and walk on earth, so do I rise and walk always in the realm of heaven, under the nurturing care and the divine power of the gods and goddesses.
From: Feasts of Light