7 Offering / MULUC – The Creator’s Dream for Creation: Day 7 of 13

Full Wolf Moon rising, taken by OLIVIER STAIGER on January 6, 2023 @ Vétroz, Switzerland

THE TRECENA OF NIGHT/AKBAL: THE DREAMER THAT BELIEVES IN THE DREAM
MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
7 Offering/MULUC (moo ‘look), Destiny Kin 189
January 7, 2023, 01/07/2023

7 Offering / MULUC

Greetings Beloved Kin,

Tone 7 holds the Intention of Balance, completing our climb of Spiritual Growth to the top of the pyramid. Number 7 is a symbol of the Great Law of Creation, “As Above, So Below.”

Tone 7 offers a Reflection of all that is, and all that is not. We are measured for the return of Divine Justice. We aren’t measured by the world standards of success, but by the effort of a Divine Intention.

Offering/MULUC represents an Offering of Atonement. MULUC is a symbol of the Moon and Water everywhere from the cosmos to our own tears.

This is a day to Honor your Emotions and the Emotions of others. Holding the Element of Fire, our Emotions can be purified as they are Consecrated for a very Divine Purpose.

The glyph illustrates One Drop of Water raised Above the Whole. Through Atonement we Feel how we are seen by the One Above in the Truth of our Intentions. The prayers we offer for the highest good, send ripples of Love throughout the whole.

 

Offering/MULUC is a Day to Give Back and to Pay Forward. MULUC is a symbol of the “Christ Spirit,” the One who gave it all to manifest the Salvation of Unconditional Love. Our emotions are healed when we know we’re Loved as we are.

MULUC resides in the East, the Direction of the Sunrise and the New Scion. We called on a Savior to restore the Whole to Right Relationship. We are the One we were waiting for. We need Forgiveness that that Feels REAL to move away from our personal fears of failure. Forgiveness is a sacrifice from the Heart. It’s easier when we are Conscious of a Divine Meaning and Purpose that blesses the whole.

The Cherokee Day Sign is The River. Where the river meets the sea, our worldly matters are swept away as  we return to unity with the whole.

Today we receive a Gift of Living Water blessed by the Element of Fire. Claiming the Light that shines within every Human Being, we share our own Love without conditions.

To all my relations, may we Honor Feelings and the Feelings of others by walking a mile in their shoes.. Seeing the Truth in a personal way is the Answer for Right Relationship.

We are Sacred in the Eyes of the Creator for bearing the Time it takes to know we all share common experiences and we each must know how another heart greves and suffers to know we’re enough to be worthy off Love.

Feelings of Injustice always comes down to the experience of not being seen for who we are by the Truth of our Intentions. We’re called to see others in their best light. Number 7 is a symbol of the Truth that we create our own reality, As Above, So Below.

Peak Tone 7 marks the end of Human’s climb to the top of the pyramid. Every journey ends knowing a higher meaning and purpose for our life. We are intended to save one another through an Offering of Love that is given back and paid forward as our Sacred Exchange for the Creator’s offering of Love.

Debra, 9 Eagle/MEN

 

THE TRECENA OF NIGHT/AKBAL: BECOMING THE DREAMER THAT BELIEVES IN THE DREAM

Visit the 13-Day Trecena Guide for the “Tzolk’in Field Guide: A Daily Practice for Personal Discernment” that includes an overview for each galactic week and the Count of Days with the aspects for each day. 

The Elders reminded us to look across the Medicine Wheel. Look to each Season to see how far you’ve come.

NEW SEASON – VOLUME 2: Tzolk’in Seasons 3 and 4 (PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 20, 2020)

Debra, 9 Eagle/MEN

 

7 Offering/MULUC (Cherokee, The River/YUN’WI GUNNAHI’TA)

Galactic tone 7: Reflective. Seven stands as a mirror to divide light and dark and to reflect all that is and is not. Seven is associated with the source of creation and the flow of divine will. With a keen sense of ethics, seven establishes purpose to current and future goals.

Offering/MULUC: Also known as the sign of water. Ceremonially, Maya use water as an offering in baptisms and purifications. These ceremonies are done to bring about a collective strength, adaptability and harmony. In sincere appreciation, Offering people gladly give more than they ask for themselves. Offering persons are dynamic communicators with great intelligence making them excellent employers. Like a shaken vessel of water, Offering people regain equilibrium quickly. Also like a body of water, there may be deep undercurrents of emotion and hidden dangers. Others perceive these as hidden agendas in offering people and so extend them little trust and may even slap blame on them.

Cherokee, The River/YUN’WI GUNNAHI’TA  BO EO  IW:  The River is symbolized by The Milky Way, the Gihli’Utsun’stanun’yi “Where the Dog Ran” to gather the souls for Heaven.  The River is the minion for Grandfather Moon.  Long Man is the personification of the River stretching from the mountains to the lowlands, speaking to those who can understand.  People of this sign find “sermons in the stones” and good in everything.  These souls march to a different drummer, driven by inner volcanic forces.  The River is the “Fountain of Life” and represents the fluid of the cosmos to fluids in the body, with the energy to clear all karmic debts, personally and on a mass level with fluidity and grace.  The Moon controls our fluid cycle, to clear and understand emotional issues.  When you take this step to clear the emotional body, then you are ready for transformational energies at the next level.  As humans, our actions are ruled by our emotions, the key is to understand the connection and honor the emotions.

[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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