HAPPY WESAK CELEBRATION, SUPERMOON, ECLIPSE!
I woke up early with the Time to be present in meditation for the 8 minutes of the Buddha’s Light.
I had a dream to carry out the Offering close to home. A few weeks ago after Star/LAMAT (the totem Rabbit’s day), I spotted two rabbits from the blackberry bramble. They stayed close to the cover of safety to chow down on the grass. They didn’t bother to move when I saw them within a few feet. There was an old rabbit and a new little rabbit.
I wanted to bring “their living water” an offering from the faerie garden on my back porch. I wanted to hurry outside to be close to Mother Earth. I asked the ones in the garden who would like to volunteer a stem or two to go with the heart of lettuce stuffed with some chopped up carrots. They’ve likely never seen that!!!
When the prayers were said for Light to multiply for the whole, the delivery felt a little unceremonious, avoiding thorns to stuff it down a rabbit hole. But the Sacred Ceremony is for the Dream that comes after, when “they find it.” The Light and Power of Sacred Ceremony will ALWAYS shine for us in it’s wake, for the Time we offer to the future for the One.
My prayer for the whole is for that fire within that leads us down all the Divine Rabbit holes, when we see how Truth is changing our Life. May the Love of Knowing and Divine Discernment be raised in the balance of who we are. May we Love the Sacrifices we make to be just a limited human being in a parking lot, that carries out the work.
May we Honor all the Living who have had to carry out the work for the dying. May the burden be lifted so we can go forward living in Beauty. May we Know all the lives lost on the planet still have a sanctuary in our Living Consciousness, when we remember. May we honor the Mother’s Work of Love.
Your friendship was shining in the One light that led me here. You give me a reason to go on. A prayer for your happiness is stuck in my heart.
in lak’ech, I am another you
Debra, Jaguar Woman, 9 Eagle / MEN
THE TRECENA OF FLINT/ETZNAB
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Galactic Tone 1: Unity. One is the beginning of all things, the first, the whole and the all in one. One’s are assertive and self-guided and give a good push to whatever project they are associated with. One persons work best when meeting a challenge. Do not expect One-persons to be attentive to details or to put the finishing touches on things.
Flint/ETZNAB: Mirror of reality. As a struck flint, these persons are the divine sparks of intelligence. Flint’s innate abilities are utilized to discriminate emotions from fact. Flint persons stand tireless to protect, defend, or cure others by personal sacrifice. By courageously wielding the sword of truth, falsehoods are cut away. Flints, it was said, can receive information on inter-personal troubles or evil plots of others by reflecting in an obsidian mirror. Their valiant service as warriors of the truth must be impeccable or they will experience sufferings of accidents, misunderstandings and gossip.
Cherokee, Flint/DAWI’SGALA: Opener of the Way, a creator, innovator, stretches the mind to outside limits of capabilities. Changes the static to the dynamic. Brings about change, often through separation and destruction. Beams the Stellar Ray of Truth to Earth as a crystal sword cast down along the path of a lightning flash. Flint is the transformer that brings things to a head and wipes the slate clean.
[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]