MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
On Tone 3 we brought an Intention to Life that was shared with the Creator. We Sacrifice something of our Self for the Greater Good. We see the needs of someone else are just as important as our own. The Dream we wish for our Self is raised up by Unconditional Love, so we would wish that same Blessing for everyone else.
Like a Hero who takes a Leap of Faith to save another, we are led to focus only on the goal. Without waiting to figure out how we would carry it out, we jump in, relying on Instinct, Intuition, and a Divine Intention.
Tone 4 offers us a Sense of Stability. The 4 Directions are our Foundation and means of Orientation. Blue Day Signs represent Water, our Emotions, our Experience of Life. Monkey/CHUEN shows us a way to navigate Life’s Journey through the Unknown. Monkey’s Gift can serve as an Inner Compass.
We create stability in our life is by adhering to a routine. This is easy to see in our children. We can ease the discomfort of our Unknowns, by working within a framework of Knowns. Tone 4 helps set a Course of Self Care. Monkey can help us maintain our Balance by reminding us to Play and to use our Imagination.
Monkey/CHUEN is the Creator of the Tapestry of our Life. Known as the Weaver of Time, the glyph illustrates “time rolled up” on the head of the Monkey. The fabric of our life is an illustration of Experience over Time. Monkey imagines every thread as it would be completed as a thing of Beauty. Over time will we see how all our Experiences are woven together.
Monkey sees life as an interesting curiosity. Without judgement, it discerns every detail. Monkey is gifted with Intellect and Imagination. As the “Master of all Art” Monkey sees the Magic in our Dance of Life.
Monkey shares its talent of seeing the “whole picture.” The playful, artful, and curious Monkey teaches us to create magic and beauty through play. Our completed Experience of Life becomes a rolled up work of Art. Each detail will be completed as a thing of Beauty.
Monkey/CHUEN is artful at moving around obstacles. The Elders say there are many ways to accomplish the same thing. If something seems impossible, there’s another way. Monkey approaches life with objectivity and an inquiring mind. “Monkey’s innocent curiosity leads to artistic expression and constructive solutions.”
We are doing something new. Our old patterns and ways of doing things are up for innovation. The Star/LAMAT trecena holds the potential for a change that is multiplied to abundance. This is the trecena of our Highest Ascension. We are free to explore the experience when we don’t take ourselves so seriously. Our own Happiness will Discern the Course to our Dream. With Monkey, anything can happen.
To all my relations, may we acknowledge a Divine Magic in operation. May we take life as it comes and make the most of every Joyful experience. May we allow our Self to turn to something new, when we see something more beautiful. May we remember our Dream was Perfected by the Unconditional Love of the Creator. And, may we imagine our Experience in the Moment is a thread of a Dream Coming True.
In lak’ech, I am another You
Debra, Jaguar Woman, 9 Eagle/MEN
THE TRECENA OF STAR/LAMAT
Visit the 13-Day Trecena Guide for daily aspects and events of the Star/LAMAT trecena.
4 Monkey/CHUEN (Cherokee, Raccoon/KVH’LI)
Galactic Tone 4: Stability; the cube is most stable of all forms and establishes volume by definition of height, length, depth and breadth; 4 directions establish orientation. The energy of 4 sets the parameters, which establish the freedoms and barriers needed to create a game, work, or relationship.
Monkey/CHUEN: Monkey is known to the Maya as the Weaver or Weaver of Time. Monkey takes ideas as threads of vines and weaves them into the fabric of our reality. New patterns or inventions are also woven into our lives by Monkey. Amiable, intelligent, generous and a jack of all trades, Monkey’s innocent curiosity leads to artistic expression and constructive solutions. Many Monkeys become highly respected merchants or speakers. They love performing practical jokes and crave attention, so much so that they may over-act or play the fool to get the spotlight. Monkeys have a short attention span and find it difficult to stay with anything long enough to master it.
Cherokee, Raccoon/KVH’LI: Star Symbol: Algol, a star in Perseus. Restless energy yearning for long-lost love. Algol was named DEMON STAR or MISCHIEVOUS ONE by the Ancients because it winks and fades at times. Raccoon is full of friendly mischief, eager to swap kisses for candy. Magnetic leaders, full of humor and gaiety. Favorite food is corn, the mainstay of the Cherokee. Very artistic while being the “masked bandit” who steals your heart.
[Text in italics was the primary source of inspiration for my journal. These are the sources that started my journey and they are the reference for interpretation each day. By providing the original text, I hope to offer a way to see what inspired my thoughts and by including all the aspects – allow for something more to inspire you. Mayan descriptions are those written by Ian Lungold. Cherokee descriptions came from multiple sources. Links to sources and other resources of study are offered on the Daykeeper Resources Page. ~Debra]
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