3 Transformer/CIMI (Cherokee Twins Takato’ka)
Galactic Tone 3: Movement
Three is basic movement and communication, which begins as a vibration. Three energy is very eloquent in all types of self-expression. Communication is how Three establishes a point of agreement between any point “A” and any point “B”.
Transformer/CIMI: Transform, Life, Death, Rebirth
Cycle of life, death and rebirth; Transformer persons achieve goals and emotional wealth. Transformer people can become highly respected business persons. They have the ability to help others through any and all transitions with tranquility due to their spiritual strength and guidance. Communities often benefit from Transformers discipline and organization skills. They strengthen the life of pregnant women and guide them through the transitions of maternity. Establishing contact with the ancestors activates innate psychic abilities, gifts to be used as tools to assist others. ~Mayan Majix
Any change we hope to effect in our lives requires movement and every movement is transformational. We cannot move to a new position without being changed by it.
Though, the real power lies in assigning movements to our deepest intentions. “Why” we do things matters. So much energy in our lives can be spent moving without any intention… we can find ourselves ‘going through the motions’ of our everyday lives without any purpose or direction that is personally meaningful.
This trecena was begun under the sign of 1 Seed/KAN and is a powerful time embodying inherent potential, germination, dynamic emergence, sexual maturity, and gratitude leading to abundance. Because this trecena is so rich with potential it calls us to acknowledge who we are and what gifts we have to bring to serve the whole.
3 CIMI/Transformation offers us an opportunity to work with transformational movement of all kinds. Consider how you may initiate movement toward the desired changes in your life. The beauty of it is that any movement backed by intention carries us exponentially forward.
Wheels are easier to turn, when they’re already moving.