(I’ve had a terrible time keeping the 3 Wind/IK post in place. It keeps getting overwritten by the story of Galileo. I guess the Truth bears repeating. LOL)
THE TRECENA OF SUN/AHAU: APPLYING THE LIGHT TO LIFE
MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
3 Wind/IK, Cherokee, Whirlwind/AGALU’GA, Destiny Kin 42
April 30, 2023 (04/30/2023)
Greetings Beloved Kin,
Tone 3 holds the Intention of Movement. We bring a Creation to life through the first movement or the dissemination of the idea that manifest a new vibration in the Universe. The Intention sets the Tone and Frequency that will be sustained to the end. Every Creation has its own “life story” with a beginning and an end. One step always leads to another.
Wind/IK represents the Word of Truth and the Creator’s Voice. The “T” portals carved in stone magnified the sound and directed the eyes to see. “Te” is a sacred word to the Maya as the sound of the Creator’s first breath. The “T” represents the Tree of Life, centered around the axis mundi that is the channel between the Above and the Below.
The Element of Air relates to our thoughts and our faculties of Consciousness. We breathe and we are Breathed by the Creator. Wind/IK is directed by the god Huracan who holds a power beyond Human to change the landscape of our life.
The Cherokee Day Sign is the Whirlwind, the 13th Dancer Above, that guides the 12 Below. On 3 Wind/IK we’re moved by a force of Divine Trinity. Those born Wind/IK hold the Power of the Spoken Word. The whole are drawn to pay attention to what they have to say and are moved by it.
Today, we’ll be moved by an “act of God” that will feel like something we want or need to do. As the Word of the Creator, we’ll hear the Truth that can change our thoughts and turn us to a Divine Direction. We’ll feel the Wind at our back.
The Elders say to listen when the Wind Speaks as the Voice of the Creator. Stop to remember what you were thinking. The Wind can answer. A gentle breeze means something different than a gust of wind. The Wind also carries fragrance. The Wind can Move things to catch our attention. Anything from the Natural World that captures your attention in the moment can be carried out by the Wind and the Light.
The Element of Air connects the whole through every breath. So are the thoughts of the whole a field of collective consciousness. Stand on the Truth of the Creator’s Words. They will be the Wind beneath our wings.
(Maybe the Sun will speak today.)
Even a small step can get the ball rolling. We’re still learning to walk. Claim the Power of Movement for a Divine Purpose and celebrate every step. It doesn’t matter how far you get. We’re breaking through the energy of Inertia. If we keep turning back and forth and if we try and try again, by the Laws of the Universe we’ll create the Unseen Force of Momentum.
This is a good day to contemplate the Laws of the Universe and the Spoken Promises of the Highest One. Ian Lungold calls this a good day to send communications of all kinds. Create Sound through your Spoken Prayers, and Listen to the Wind for the Answer. (We ask, but rarely listen. You might be surprised by the way that Wind can speak the Truth to change your mind.)
Listen for the Master’s Voice – discern the thoughts from a Divine Source and turn away anything less than the Truth of Love that stands at your back. A spiritual tool shared by the Elders was to surround yourself within your own “atmosphere” – like a rotating sphere that only the Creator’s voice can get through to claim any space. The god Huracan stands on One Leg – the Truth. The Truth doesn’t leave any questions. We know it when we hear it.
Matthew 19:26 – NIV
26 Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”
love, in lak’ech,
Debra, 9 Eagle/MEN
HOLDING THE WAY OF THE JAGUAR: The Power of Gratitude
I’m grateful for Unseen Forces on our side with the Power and Authority of a Hurricane.
THE TRECENA OF SUN/AHAU: Walking in the Light
Visit the 13-Day Trecena Guide for a daily aspects of the Sun/AHAU trecena.
My gift for the Tzolk’in round is the “Tzolk’in Field Guide: A Daily Practice for Personal Discernment.”Volume 1 covers the first two seasons of the Tzolk’in round. The “Field Guide” is available to download from a link on the 13-day Trecena Guide Page.
Descriptions by Ian Xel Lungold
3 Wind/IK (Cherokee, Whirlwind/AGALU’GA)
Galactic Tone 3: Action. Three is basic movement and communication, which begins as a vibration. Three energy is very eloquent in all types of self-expression. Communication is how Three establishes a point of agreement between any point “A” and any point “B”. Three persons are rhythmic to the core and are often restless, as motion is their nature. By working closely with the energy of Three, any person becomes more able to predict motions of all kinds.
Wind/IK: Breath of Spirit, breath of life. Winds embody the power of dissemination and planting of good seeds or ideas. Dreamers and planners with powerful imaginations, Wind persons make great orators and they spread the word of spiritual inspiration as it is carried by the wind. Wind is the power behind the movement of natural cycles such as weather, erosion, and cultural change. As the wind, these persons are extremely changeable and adaptable. They may appear inconsistent or fickle to others. Wind can be destructive to self and others by putting on airs. When Winds strut and boast, expanding on facts and accomplishments, they are building the dark clouds of trouble that may become hurricanes.
Cherokee, Whirlwind/AGALU’GA: Whirlwind’s symbol is a double spiral helix in rising smoke. Wind brings energy for an Inquiring mind, learning and wisdom. In Cherokee, the constellations are represented by 12 birds (dancers), the 13th bird is the Whirlwind, the lead dancer. This reflects the whirling of life. Wind is the breath of the Universe (matching the Mayan symbol) channel of communication and carries the Sacred Smoke to the Great Spirit (Source- Hunab Ku in Mayan); matches the pulse of the breath of the Cosmos.
[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]