TRECENA OF TRANSFORMER/CIMI
MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
Tone 2 symbolizes Duality. From the Unity of 1, we Awakened to the Consciousness of 2. Human’s Identity is marked by the Number 2 – the 2 sides of our Self, the right and left, the Divine and Human Nature, The Body and Ether of our Spirit. Everything human knows is acquired by the comparison of 1 thing to a 2nd thing.
The Reed/BEN trecena was the 1st cycle of a binary set of comprehension and discernment. We were inspired by the “Light” to bring Peace and Harmony to the Family. In the comparison of 1 to another, Serpent/CHICCHAN connected our hearts so that the comparison we would make would not be between 1 human and another. Seeing our Self as One Family, we would compare the Whole 1 to a Divine Family of our Dreams.
On Tone 2 we’re presented with Choices for Creation. We were inspired by the Breath of Life and Spirit, to Live and Be Consciousness of the Experience in the Here and Now. What do we want to Create? And how would we carry it out? On Tone 2 we feel separated, as we find we are standing on our own. We long to be returned as One.
Our challenge on Tone 2 is to Choose for our Self without compromising the Sacred Right of Choice. If we pay attention to our thoughts, we’ll see all the Reasons we might choose to create a New Way. For it to be a Divine Way, it has to lead toward a Divine End that was Divine from the Beginning. It can’t be a path that leads AWAY from anything – but carries on what is already a Blessing of Divine Will. It can’t be a choice of expediency. Our Intention must stand on a Truth from the Beginning, that ALL Time has a Divine Meaning to Be.
Deer/MANIK will guide us to a Divine Choice of Intention. MANIK is the Destiny Kin of the Mayan priest, who’s Mission is to carry out the Rituals and Sacred Ceremonies for the Whole. The Mayan priest counts the days for the Whole.
The glyph symbolizes a nahaul of Vigilant Consciousness. The eye of the Deer is trained on the landscape in all 4 directions. It’s said that the Deer upholds the Pillars of a Divine Creation with 1 foot planted in each of the 4 directions. Hand is another name for MANIK, illustrating the forefinger and thumb grasping a Thread of Ether that completes a circuit of Divine Power.