MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
Tone 11 brings the Intention of Resolution and the Clarity for a new Understanding. Tone 11 is dynamic energy that facilitates change, simplification and improvement. Tone 11 establishes an agreement from which we can hereby Resolve to move forward in our new way.
Seed/KAN represents family, sexual activity, and the magic of germination. Seed brings the energy to free us from debt or our oppressive patterns of the past.
Seed offers the courage to make a profound investigation of our Self, so we can gather what is needed, and place ourselves in the right environment to grow. Seed is said to reveal hidden traps and negative influences. Those born as Seed are defenders of the people, and are capable to navigate around obstacles.
The Cherokee Day Sign, the Dragon, is the energy of Life Force that germinates a Seed. The Dragon is said to help us to see clearly. Seed can help us find our place where Spirit can exist in the realm of physicality.
Seed/KAN helps us find the place where we can live in the Truth of our Authenticity. We are called to “Know Thy Self” and make the choices that support who we are. From the principle of “As Above, So Below” we learn our reality is created from what we imagine. Seed calls us to separate ourselves from circumstances that draw us into negativity. It’s our right and responsibility to claim our own fertile soil.
Seed/KAN calls our attention to who we were created to be. The Maya honor the Corn as a symbol of the people. Corn was the crop central to the basics of survival, the most important Seed of the Maya. Corn represented the Truth that what is planted on Mother Earth can be multiplied to abundance, always producing a seed of the next generation of itself. They saw beyond the fruit of the one, to fields of corn multiplied to abundance. They recognized the power of a small thing.