7 Deadly Sins

Thoughts on Deadly Sins…

Deadly Sins are for own good. If they weren’t deadly, our life could end in misery.

There has to be Karma to enforce Divine Justice. And there’s Divine Justice for anyone who chooses the Intention to make choices for Truth, Love, and Mutual Understanding. The Creator promised Answered Prayers. We have to Ask to give permission for Divine Will. The Creator is bound by the Law of our Sacred Right to Choose.


When we make the Choice we begin to see more than one way to overcome our challenges. There’s always an answer. We just can’t think of it when we’re living out our Deadly Sins. How can you think of a way forward when 60% of your 6,000 thoughts per day are REPEATED thoughts of “impossible.”

Humans follow dark thoughts, unconsciously, until we Remember. Then we have a choice to Ask. There are always hard truth’s to bear, and the time it takes to heal. The Divine Medicine is Unconditional Love. When we can “think again” we realize the way that’s worth it, even if it takes time.

Healing begins when we take a step forward, and roll up our sleeves. You can’t take one step without thinking of another. Then you can see the future.

We can ask to be willing to change anything.

love, in lak’ech,

Debra, 9 Eagle/MEN

PS – To join the ranks of the wounded healer you have to have some scars.

Wheel of Dharma: 8 Ways of Living in the Light of Divine Justice. The 3 Highest Principles are “See no Evil. Hear no Evil. Speak no Evil.” That’s the ONLY way to remain spotless and pure after a Holy Day of Purification by the Wind that accelerates the Divine Fire of Life.

8 Divine Precepts observed as “healing medicine” for the Wesak Festival (May 5 in Sri Lanka; May 4 in Malaysia)

Prayers for Wisdom offered before the Wesak Moon, the Highest Watermark of Spirit

Even if the devout Buddhist is a lay practitioner, on days such as Wesak, we typically observe the eight Precepts as training in morality and humility, rather than just the five lay precepts:

1. I undertake to abstain from causing harm and taking life of any kind/
2. I undertake to abstain from taking what is not given.
3. I undertake to abstain from sexual misconduct.
4. I undertake to abstain from wrong speech: telling lies, deceiving others, manipulating others, using hurtful words.
5. I undertake to abstain from using intoxicating drinks and drugs, which lead to carelessness.

The additional precepts on Wesak and other special ceremonial days (or for non-lay practitioners all the time) are:
6. I undertake to abstain from eating at the wrong time—the correct time is after sunrise but before noon.
7. I undertake to abstain from singing, dancing, playing music, attending entertainment performances, wearing perfume, and using cosmetics and garlands or decorations.
8. I undertake to abstain from luxurious places for sitting or sleeping, and overindulging in sleep.


6 Road/EB (aka Human), Destiny Kin 32
April 20, 2023 (04/20/2023)

The Magic of Gratitude: 
I’m grateful that the Creator imagined a Beautiful end for every Life on Earth. 


Visit the 13-Day Trecena Guide for highlights of the Deer/MANIK trecena.
The “Tzolk’in Field Guide” includes a Count of Days and aspects for days and the trecena.

Links to download Volumes 1 and 2 are included.

This is Season 1, included in Volume 1.


6 Road/EB (Cherokee, Rattlesnake Tooth/KANU’GA)

Description by Ian Xel Lungold (12 Sun/AHAU)

Galactic Tone 6: Six is responsiveness and the art of negotiation. It is the movement of volume through space that creates time. This energy in action is like the art of dance or a great athlete in motion. Six facilitates dynamic developments in all aspects of life.

Road/EB: The bearer of time and conductor of destiny; also known as Human; these persons open the road and guide to the future groups, communities and individuals alike. Likable, obedient, dedicated hard workers and organizers, Road persons are fortunate in business and travel. Many become care takers of the poor, sick, or old people, where they may make personal sacrifices. Road is sometimes referred to as the sign of grass, which is the most bountiful of all life forms, but is also the most humble. Road persons are affectionate and emphatic; they are easily hurt but slow to anger. Holding in of negative emotions and unexpressed resentment can lead to illness, a poisoned opinion of others and a false bravado for this sun sign.

Cherokee, Rattlesnake Tooth/KANU’GA: Symbolized by a rainbow, the delicate display of electromagnetic rays of the SUN. Rattlesnake Tooth is the Natal day sign of Medicine, the Shaman, the Priest, the Healer, and the Sorcerer.  Guardian of the Way, Keeper of the Keys of the secret Kingdom.

[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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