Greetings Beloved Kin,
The Truth is written in the Seed, everything we’re supposed to be and all the conditions that will manifest our highest potential. The Spark within is the “little dragon energy” shared with our Spirit from Above. We can always Feel it when something isn’t right. Holding an Intention for Compassionate Love, it’s easy to give up and give in, questioning why. Our Feelings are clearly the Truth when we separate the Senses of Spirit and the Emotions of our Ego. When you’re busy asking questions with no reasonable answer, you forget the Feelings were God-given.
A Seed is born free of Karma, holding the highest obligation to maintain its own integrity. Our Life was intended to be. We were given the job 24/7 under the direction and authority of the Highest One. We don’t have to cling to the Known for some Unknown Reason. Unknown just means we’re asking the wrong questions.
The Hand Below is the Only Hand with the Authority for the choices we make. Hand is another name for Deer/MANIK. We’re completing the Haab Year 11 Deer/MANIK – a REASON that draws us into sympathy with a higher intention. The glyph shows the Hand grasping a thread of plasma that completes a circuit of Divine Power, directed by the One Above. It’s Divine to use our Own Hand to Save our Self. The Masters would have nothing to share, except for what they KNEW from their own experience.
This is a day to Honor the Masters of Every Tradition. Wisdom is hard-fought from standing on the Truth that doesn’t leave any questions. You know when and where the conditions are right. Our best hand shared in the world below, is proving what a Divine Communion with the Creator can do.
It’s worth every sacrifice. God will provide.
love, in lak’ech – I pray you will be yourself, unless you can be a Jaguar
Debra, Jaguar Woman, 9 Eagle/MEN
THE TRECENA OF STAR/LAMAT: LIGHT MULTIPLIED TO ABUNDANCE
MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
9 Wisdom/CIB (Cherokee, Owl/U’GUKU’), Destiny Kin 256
March 15, 2023 (03/15/2023)
9 Wisdom/CIB (Cherokee, Owl/U’GUKU’)
Galactic Tone 9: Patience. The energy of Nine is one of the getting a better perspective of the bigger picture. With the energy of Nine, plans or patterns begin to come to completion. Nine requires patience and perseverance that is found in the bigger picture, otherwise there is great suffering from the lack of insight. The completion of cycles of action is all-important to Nine.
Wisdom/CIB: The old ones. Wisdom of the ancients. Wisdom persons are aligned with the ancient memories that wait in the stone of temples and sacred sites all over the world. Wisdom people grow luck like a crop using a balance of prudence and tenacity. The tremendous inner strength of this sign enables silent introspection to discover areas of oneself that contain wisdom more valuable than any trove of archaeological treasure. Wisdom persons are valiant defenders of family and community. They may become hardened to life and sentiment turned cold. In these cases, they need much forgiveness for their uncaring errors. Periodically connecting with nature and or visiting sacred sites will bring great stability to wisdom persons. A good day to sit on a rock.
Cherokee, Owl U’GUKU’ : Symbol is the Owl is Arcturus, the brightest Star in the Constellation Bootes. The Cherokee Bear constellation (Ursa Major) includes the Big Dipper plus four stars in Bootes. Owl is a hunter, who stands for the wisdom and ability of all great hunters, the cunning of a fox, the tenacity of a bulldog and strength of a bear. Energy for deep thinkers, strong-willed, rigid convictions, bold and authoritative. Owl is the Mystic Ferryman who guides Earthlings on the return path to the stars holding the torch aloft.
[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]