We Are All Super Heroes


Super Soul Heroe Self

We are all Super Heroes

To meet the Super Man or Super Hero that resides in EVERY Human Self requires merging the Human Soul Self with the Human Mind Self until they balance equally into the expression of Human Mind Body and Soul Self.

Soul magic

A Mind Body and Soul balanced self is perfectly powered whole self

 Once the human self becomes his or her balanced full self he or she taps into their inherent Super Hero God Connected Powered Self and becomes instantly able to match the feats and accomplishments of any recognised Super Hero in their every life endeavour.

An in balance Human Super-Self can, like Superman leap tall buildings of obstruction in a single bound, and can outrun all fears and doubts faster than the most powerful locomotive, and can effortlessly bend steel-like bars of challenge with their bare hands and they can so very easily aerodynamically lift themselves into any desired life serving destinations or acts of life service!

Yes, anything any Super Hero can do; including Superman Superman, Batman, Batwoman, Spiderman, Spiderwoman, Wonderwoman,

super hero power

The hero we seek resides within the self

Wonderman etcetera, etcetera we  Super Humans can also do!

When the mind drops its thoughts into the heart and the heart then taps into the soul we automatically become perfectly balanced humans who shine as our Super Soul Hero whole!

Christopher Reeve was an amazing example of his Super Soul Hero whole – he actually became the Super Man he so brilliantly portrayed in his Super Hero role of Superman after his crippling accident. From that time on until his death he leapt out of the negative of his situation and flew into its equal opposite positive, and powerfully lived his last years on earth with us as an incredible inspiring Soul Super Hero.

Christopher Reeve from his wheelchair dropped his mind thoughts into his heart and tapped into his soul and lived his life as his Super Soul Hero whole while inspiring many others to do the very same.

We are all Super Heroes – The Super Heroes in life we seek to meet actually reside within the self simply waiting to be discovered and soulfully set free.

Superman most certainly did return

I am the powerful force in life I seek to find
I am a God created  tri-une of soul body and mind
When I truly come to know myself as my balanced whole
I am immediately powered by the miraculous magic of my soul

Kerry Guy ©

Life is a Divine Plan of Perfection

Life is Perfectly Divine
Sadly Man Doesn’t See This All The Time

Differences highlight similarities

It is only through perceived differences that we recognise similarities

In life we perceive numerous differences between each other simply because of our outer appearances, or the languages we speak, or the accents we have, or the beliefs we hold or even because of the food we eat or because of  the cars we do or don’t drive . The purpose of difference is to entice us to seek similarities we all house; not to judge others or to see ourselves as either superior or inferior to each other in any way.

To Judge Another is to Reveal the Self

Our differences offer an invaluable  doorway of communication to each other. How often do we meet a strange unsure of how to begin a conversation?  It is in these moments that we rejoice in each others differences as they are perfect conversation starters

coomincation connection

Communication leads to understanding.

Sometimes however we encounter an accent or spoken language by way of reply that we don’t understand. When this happens we have two clear choices to make :-

  1. We can either choose  the easier of the two choices which is to politely thank the person and walk away in search  of someone to converse with who speaks a language or in a manner that we can more easily understand or…
  2. We can take the more challenging option of trying to make ourselves better understood while also paying more attention to the person we are trying to understand.

By opting for choice number two both parties are immediately offered an opportunity to gain a greater understanding of each other and of life in general.

We all learn and grow from each other and we always learn and grow the most when we have to stretch our understanding skills of each other to a new level. Not understanding others is not always dependent on a spoken language or accent. Misunderstanding each other stems from many aspects of life perceptions and social or cultural back grounds. The only sure way to alleviate such misunderstandings is to communicate with people we don’t understand and to live among lifestyles unfamiliar to us.

Sight and Sound

Life language is more than just a spoken word

I believe the Creator in His or Her or It’s infinite wisdom created us all differently for the specific purpose of learning from each other to such an extent that we finally come to discover the Divine Truth which is that our outer differences simply camouflage our inner similarities.

My life observations have shown me time and time again that many people seek to be different from how they were perfectly created to be in life – for example people with white skin long for olive or brown skin and so they ‘roast’ themselves in the sun in an attempt to become that which they are not. Then there are those with straight hair who long to have curly hair and vice versa, and so they go to the coiffure and have the desired changes made;  or those who have blue eyes and long to have brown eyes or any other colour eyes than the colour they were born with so they go out and buy the colour lens of their choice positive that the appearance they create for themselves will be much more life serving than the one the creator graciously gifted them. Somewhere along the way in the journey of life many people these days have forgotten to trust that Life is a Divine Plan of Creation and how to speak the language of appreciation for who they are and the life they live!

It's our differences that make us lovable to each other

I’m sure if we each appreciate ourselves more just as we are, that we’ll also appreciate others more just as they are. And then suddenly we’ll all be more eager to get to know and understand as many different people as possible in our individual  life times – and that because of our eagerness to get to know and understand each other more we’ll automatically begin breaking down many of the rigid mind-made walls and borders of separation that presently exist between different races, cultures and creeds throughout our planet.

Different languages and accents are an immediate opportunity to make sure we each really listen and pay attention to each other more intently when we speak. So often we only half listen to people who speak the same language and familiar accent as ourselves assuming that we know what they mean or are trying to say. Assumption generally leads to misconception which can further lead to  damaging misunderstanding which may lead to unwarranted aggression.

The language of life is powerful. How we each utilize that power is a choice, but one thing is for certain as we each make our power using choices and that is that Life is a Divine Plan of Perfection awaiting us to live it in the authentic essence of our gifted Divinity.

Kerry Guy

We are all connected branches on the one tree of life


The Lived Language of Life can at Times be Conflicting and Confusing.
How Often Does it Say – I want to look Like Another Whose Culture Colour and Creed I am Repeatedly Abusing.
Is this language trying to say that if I had an enemy’s qualities  I’d live them a better way?
Racism has no place in The Lived Language of Life these days if Peace Love and Oneness on Earth are to come into full play!

Kerry Guy©

‘TOGETHER WE ARE ONE-We are all connected clouds that fade in and out of being in the same sky of life’

Life Keeps No Secrets


life keeps no secrets

I Am is all that I Am

-Life Understanding Clues Are Ever Present – Life Does Not Keep Secrets- Recruit Yourself as Your Personal Private Investigator of Life-

Jellyfish reveal all

I Am Transparent - I Am Clear - Revealing Myself I Do Not Fear

Jellyfish I suddenly realised this morning are  an ‘I hold no secrets’ example of the miracle of creation….
Looking at a Jellyfish reminded me that in actual fact none of us do or can ever successfully hold secrets – we simply think that in our opaque form of being we can conceal our authentic truth….
Our form of matter really isn’t matter and therefore doesn’t matter so its illusion is destructible and energetically very easy to shatter…
Any secret we in human form ever try in fear to hold will in pure essence of truth and honesty revealingly unfold….

light reveals all

My Light Reveals My Truth

Jellyfish are an AMazing example of the clarity and transparency of all of I AM’s AMazingly clear creations…
The clarity with which we see life depends upon the type of vision with which we view life….
One single Jellyfish triggered this thought ….
Every I AM creation houses a lesson that in life is waiting to be learned, understood and lovingly taught….

life is a miracle

Truth is My Essence

Within the Ocean of Life resides the answer to ever question we seek….
Within the miracle of the self resides the wisdom to knowing the questions to ask….
Life is an ever informing encyclopedia of wonder….
Life definitely does not intentionally keep secrets from those who seek answers….

in light we are one

In Life's Light I Know Who I Am

Kerry Guy ©

Our Mind – Friend or Foe?



mind friend or foe

Thoughts Power Creation


Our mind can be our greatest friend or our biggest enemy depending on the energy frequency and the  intention of the thoughts we  allow our mind to power  into creation…..
Thoughts fuel creation…
A thought becomes a word then a deed….
Intention is a major factor in our every creative thought and final creation…
Mind thoughts are best dropped to the heart – our soul sensory connection -before being spoken or acted upon….
By dropping our thoughts to the heart we get a balanced soul/mind perspective which then our body can act upon…
Remember we are Mind Body and Soul and should work with the three aspects of ourselves equally….
An out of balance or unequal approach to life can’t help but produce the same result….
These days as humanity is ascending to a higher life purpose we must also consider that our thoughts serve one and all for if they don’t our creation will not be of ultimate service to anyone including the self because we are each and all a soul connected part of one and all….


drop thoughts to the heart

Always Balance Mind Thoughts with Heart Knowing. Hearts Know - Minds Think They Know!

~Positive Heart Mind Thoughts that Serve One and All are the One Sure Road to Serve the Good and God of All.
~When we serve God all is Good, for God created each of us in His image which is  intrinsically Good.
~Man – I believe – can no longer be a successful lone Island in God’s One Sea of LOVE.
~In God’s Sea of Love for calmness to prevail we must Live the One Vibrational EnerGy that Love is!

be positive

Positive Thoughts that Serve the Good of All, Serve the God of All.


Together as One when we focus on Living the One Vibration of Love
Life will appear More Miraculous that we can ever Dream heaven Above!

Kerry Guy©

Kerrie Guy, a Queen without a Throne – by International Author Mahmoud Mansi

Kerrie Guy, a Queen without a Throne

Egyptiam Inspiration

Kerry Guy

An interview given to and narrated by Mahmoud Mansi

All photography and captions by Kerry Guy

We always know close family members, distant relatives or friends who have left the country, and sometimes never came back. We all know the reasons behind that, and at most times we support them, at other times we wished we were with them. However, life manages to overwhelm us. Why do we find foreigners leaving their lives and living in Egypt, while lots of them do not do it for money?

I found the answer through the eyes of the Australian writer and photographer Kerrie Guy who has been living in Egypt for more than ten years.

Timeless Egypty

In stillness I am timeless – In timelessness I am ageless

Her days were not financially better than the normal Egyptian, but she didn’t leave although she had the chance to have a luxurious life in her own home. But, apparently she knows that Egypt is her real home the moment her plane landed for the first time she felt the bizarre rapport, as she said, “As our plane circled Cairo airport waiting to land, I immediately knew that I was home – in fact involuntary tears ran down my cheek as I saw the wonderful lights of Cairo for the very first time.”

Kerrie’s mysterious love story between her and Egypt started in 1991 when a friend bestowed upon her a trip to Cairo as a gift. She was very nervous and never even dreamed of visiting this land. However, her wisdom answers the mystery of our question marks when she said, “I didn’t choose to stay in Egypt – Egypt chose that I stay here!” When her trip ended she felt devastated yet knew that she could return again someday, however she still had her well-earned Egyptian precautions when she stated, “Somewhere deep within me I trusted that would return, but just to play safe I made sure that drank some Nile water!

Through her short trip to Egypt and its shores she managed to make her new collection of seashells, when each shell whispered a different piece of wisdom. One of those wonders was the strange bond uniting Egyptians of which she described the strength of this bond as “almost tangible”

Abydos lifestyle

In simplicity I meet Divinity.

that she never witnessed among her country.

And so it happened, she returned to Egypt and started a totally new life. She ventured things that Egyptians themselves never did. She slept in the street, socialized with the poorest of all and named the children of the street as “angels”. She worked, saved money, spent more, fell and always found a way to recover. Her philosophy totally changed as she delved into the core of life through the spirit of Egypt. The most vital job that fitted her was being a tour guide, because this gave her more chances to connect with the original core of Egypt, and to deliver her philosophy to the guests. She made them see Egypt from a totally different dimension. From Kerrie’s experience in the field of tourism and art, she stated that before the revolution tourism in Egypt was booming. What attracted tourists to visit Egypt varied from one person to the other, however Kerrie’s group chose to venture Egypt through her own distinctive way, as she says, “Mixing with average Egyptians and having an Abydos adventure and either a desert or Sinai experience. We do of course visit major Temples and Pyramids with which the tourists are duly impressed.” She then justifies her vision by adding, “Honestly, the greatest memories most people take home are related to the Egyptian Spirit – to the people and their hospitality – and the things that most tourist books don’t mention. Egypt has a heart like no other and when a tourist’s heartbeat pulses in harmony with Egypt’s heartbeat, the bond is eternally cemented.”

As I serve another so too am I served.

When the revolution reached its peak on the 25th of January, Kerrie was already on a tour with one of her groups in Siwa Desert. She describes, “The desert which I’ve only ever seen calm and peaceful was anything but peaceful on that day as if it was in harmony with the energy of Tahrir Square. We were in the midst of a rain sand storm while Cairo was in the midst of an unprecedented emotional storm.” Soon after sharing the celebration, fear started to find its way through their hearts and veins same as danger deceived its own way through the paths of the country. Kerrie mentions through her story, “Phone lines were cut and police disappeared from view so we had to make decisions quite blindly apart from the guidance of radio news updates and hope that they were correct.” Kerrie was the one responsible for her group, yet she confesses that they wouldn’t have done it to safety without the help of Egyptians. Their plan was to reach the airport in Cairo before the curfew. She completes her story, “As we approached Cairo the curfew hours had been lengthened and so we knew that we had no chance of making the airport. Shock overcame everyone in our vehicle as we drove into Cairo. Army tanks were everywhere. Looters with and without donkey carts were everywhere. Vehicles were overturned and burnt out. People were in a crazed frenzy.” In the end her friends made it safely to their homes, while she stayed in Egypt, yet she ends the story of this day with a very powerful sentence that should be considered by not only us, but the upcoming generations of future Egyptians too, “This was an Egypt that none of us who lived here had ever seen before or envisaged ever seeing and never want to see again!”

The Temple of Seti Restoration

Memories hold the past ever present.

In the current state of Egypt Kerrie is still endeavoring to accomplish her mission, and she still believes in her Egypt. Before the revolution she had her own website and tourism plans. She wrote several unpublished books about Egypt too. She states that in order for Egypt to recover from the tourism drop it faced, “Patiently with some forethought about how it could be done in a new revolutionized way. Some of the issues Egyptians died for in the revolution did extend into the Egyptian business sector and that of course includes tourism. This country is so special and millions of tourists come here because they sense this and some tourists save for almost a lifetime to make their journey to Egypt.” Kerrie agrees that Egypt whatever happens will always be a place where others would love to experience, but the vital key is in making this easier for them, so that nothing would separate such admirers from their passion. She highlights an important point that should be used as a direct and free piece of advice granted to tourism businesses and to the people who care in general by saying, “Not every tourist is wealthy and able to afford unexpected costs and excessive tipping, and this issue I think should be remembered and addressed in the Egypt’s tourism recovery plan.”

On the other hand, Kerrie Guy is now working on writing a new book, aside from all the activities she is already doing. She explains the project, “I’m working on an E-book on the subject of life being perceived one big living God Dream within which we are each role players constantly creating more individual or joint dreams either in harmony or disharmony with God’s Life Dream.” She says that this was not her original dream as she witnessed a robbery of which she lost most of her previous writings. Yet, she is still happy as she explains, “Life doesn’t make mistakes it instead leads us progressively on our life journey.”

Kerrie believes that writing and photography enhances one another. , thus they are always related in a way that provides circular inspiration. She enforces her theory by saying, “Some days I have absolutely no clue what I will write about until I see a picture that sparks a string of thoughts; while other days I jump out of bed filled with inspiration and then spend hours looking for the right picture to accompany my words.”


Those that were never cease to be –They live as a breath of eternal energy.

As to Alexandria, it has always been a mystic source of inspiration for Kerrie. She explains that “There are many mystery echoing destination points throughout Egypt.” She reveals more about her Alexandria, “She whispers echoes to me as no other Egyptian city.”

Kerrie leaves her poetic words and perception of Alexandria to unearth to its natives the true beauty, as she says, “Alexandria leads me into her calm nurturing heart energy with every Mediterranean wave that washes upon her glistening shore. Her memories are many and varied and she is willing to share them all with me and all those who take time to sit in silence on her mesmerising misty shores.”

She speaks further and tells us about her favourite spot in Alexandria, the one that makes perfect rapport between the questions of the present and the glory of the past, “The tomb of the Unknown Soldier in particular always captures my attention and enlightens me more of days gone by and how the past when we allow it blends right into our present now. Maybe this tomb speaks so eloquently to me as it was Egypt and her North Coast that hosted my grandfather for some time during the Great World War. Alexandria is a city with many wonderful voices all echoing their own lyrical tunes to present day life.”

In the end, Kerrie Guy does not search for a throne in this mystic land, instead she searches for better ways to serve and guide the ones who are in need. By this she leaves her own Egyptian brothers and sisters with a final message, “Be Proud, Be Patient, Be Open Minded, Be Strong, Be Forgiving and Never Give Up Hope.”

Arched in eternity

The unfailing destination of every completed dark journey is light.

Entering a New World

In the desert of my being resides the oasis of my soul.


Bibliotheca Alexandrina / Alex Med Newsletter – Issue 24