THE TRECENA OF ROAD/EB: THE ROAD TO DESTINY
MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
4 Eagle/MEN is the Global Burner at the Center of the 2nd Season of the Tzolk’in. What is no longer needed is burned away as residual energy. Matters can be brought to the resolution of “pure Spirit.”
Old matters get heavy leading up to Human’s release. The Mayan priest performs the Sacred Fire Ceremony to draw the Community back into harmony again. When the smoke of the prayers and the smell of copal are present in the Air, the Whole Sees and Remembers the Fire where we can let something go. The Whole is drawn by the Light to kneel for the Offering.
Tone 4 holds the Intention of Stability. All the Global Burners are marked by the 4th Tone. Tone 4 is related to the cube, the most stable of all forms. The area and dimension are defined by its borders and parameters. The pillars of faith in our Dream are established by defining a dimension of thought. From the beginning we can choose which thoughts “belong” in our Life, and which thoughts we’ll turn away as belonging somewhere else.
We can direct our thoughts AND human emotions, when we lay boundaries from our own objective consciousness, rather than the choice we make later as an unconscious reaction to experience. We have our Own Truth to live by.
Eagle/MEN is the Intermediary that can teach us to fly by Intuition. The Eagle looks far off to the future for the prize. It doesn’t expect to see the whole picture. The speck of a distinctive color of fur, under a bush, 1.9 miles away is within the Eagle’s vision to see. The Gift of the Eagle is knowing that whatever it can see lies within its grasp.
The Eagle’s way is to see the future and mark an “X” on the prize. That’s all the Eagle needs to know, is that Spark of Higher Truth we know we’ll know. Without having to know what it is, the Eagle never turns its eyes away. When its locked in the coordinates of a destination, it leaps and falls to the first Breath of Wind that catches its wings. To fly like an Eagle, we let the Truth catch our wings, and we lean in to the way.