I originally posted this as a link to an outline on the Daily Morning Ritual from the Temple of Karnak during the 22nd Dynasty. I thought it was a great outline to share at that time, and I still believe so.
Over time, though, I realized that people may not want to work on plugging in their own wording or look up what was said. If that’s the case I recommend Richard Reidy’s book Eternal Egypt: Ancient Rituals for the Modern World. I also realized some folks will feel obligated to follow through every step of the temple ritual. If you don’t have time, that’s cool. Based on the aforementioned ritual outline I linked here’s how my morning ritual tends to go. You can adjust it accordingly.
Formula for lighting the fire
Formula for taking the censer
Formula for placing the incense on the flame
Formula for proceeding to the sacred place
Opening the shrine
Facing the image – hymns to the deity
Formula for kissing the earth
Formula for placing oneself on one’s stomach
Formula for placing oneself on one’s stomach and stretching out
Formula for kissing the earth, face down
The offering of the goddess personifying What is Right Maat)
Formula for the offering of Maat
Reversion of Offerings