THE TRECENA OF DEER/MANIK GUIDES A WAY
MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
Tone 2 represents our nature of Duality. We began in Unity with the Creator’s Divine Inspiration. On Tone 2 we are separated by our Human identity, to conceive the possibility for a Dream “to be, or not to be.” Human’s means of discernment is through a comparison between one thing and another. Our body is a symbol in its symmetry of “right and left.”
Tone 2 defines the Inherent thoughts that we consider in the 2nd Hour of Light. First we wake from the Dream, and seeing the light at the window, we realize what we’d like to do. Before we ever make it to the morning routine we are thinking about yesterday. We had the same dream. What stopped us yesterday? What could we do differently today?
Tone 2 is our first assessment of what is humanly possible. We can expect thoughts to trail off toward an inventory of our limitations. We don’t have to if we follow the Deer’s way of Vigilant Consciousness. At an altar we could remember the Divine Provision for all limitations. Today we might FEEL the challenge in the Human effort.
Star/LAMAT is a symbol of the Scion. We were created to be a Personification of a Divine Light. LAMAT defines the Strength of our Divinity and the way to shine our Light. The glyph illustrates the 4 directions, meaning we are meant to shine our Light equally all around. The shape that looks like a star also represents the hole made in the ground for the planting of the Seed. A planting tool was drawn side-to-side and up-and-down to create the hole where the seed was placed in the Earth. LAMAT is a symbol of Venus that shares Human’s cycle of 260-days, appearing as the Morning and Evening Star. Humanity was planted on Earth to be the Light to shine in the world through the darkness and light.
LAMAT’s totem is the Rabbit, a cauldron of Creation, Sexuality and Reproduction manifested by the Overflow of Love. LAMAT is said to be a day of “pure luck” when whatever we hold in our thoughts as an “object of affection” will be multiplied to abundance. The Rabbit holds a power of “instant manifestation.”
Star/LAMAT resides in the South, the direction of our Relationships with one another and with the Natural World. The South represents Human’s tangible experiences, represented by the Element of Earth. LAMAT can be a “jumpy day” of back and forth thoughts. Like a rabbit, we can tremble at the prospect of keeping such powerful thoughts on track. We may get off to a slow start, but we will FEEL the Time and Place for our own Leap of Faith. This is a good day to call upon the Wisdom of the Ascended Masters who have walked this way before. If we begin at an altar asking for the Provision of a Divine Agency, we’ll have a Spiritual Tool of Faith to fall back on when we realize we’re following a rabbit trail that won’t lead our thoughts to the end we really hope for.
This is a very important day to think about what you WANT, not what you Don’t Want. It’s okay if you forget, when you Remembered to ask for help from the beginning. Then when you DO remember, you’ll hold the Faith in a Higher Power.