THE WIND/IK TRECENA IS DEDICATED TO MINISA CRUMBO HALSEY, 1 IK (eek)
Minisa Crumbo, Dawnwoman, shares her Breath of Spirit in her book “Spirit Talk: a count of days“ that was the encouragement to write a journal. Minisa holds the Inheritance of Marcellus “Bear Heart” Williams, the Uncle who raised her up on the traditional path of the shaman. The rich accounting of the way he was taught is written in “The Wind is my Mother.” Minisa also draws on the Wisdom of the Sacred Pottawatomie tradition of her heritage, holding the Wisdom of the Sacred words of the Pottawatomie passed to her from Donald Perrot, Member and Elder of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation. Connect to Minisa through Dawn Woman’s Blog
MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
Tone 7 is the Peak Tone of Balance. We complete a new climb of Spiritual Growth. We pushed the limit of Human will and Intention as a Leap of Faith. At the top of the pyramid Earth meets Sky. The reflection of the Above and Below are measured in the balance. What we created Spirit will be Balanced Below. What we created Below will be balanced Above. Tone 7 offers the Vision to See All that Is and All that’s not.
Star/LAMAT is the Day of “Pure Luck.” Whatever we hold in our Consciousness will be Magnified to Abundance. LAMAT is a symbol of Venus the brightest heavenly body that shines its own light, second only to the Sun. Venus’ appearance as the morning and evening star, relate to the 260-day cycle of the Tzolk’in. LAMAT also holds the image of Human Creation, Transforming into a Personification of Light. The glyph includes markers to the 4 directions, remind us that our Light is meant to Shine Equally All Around.
The growth phase of this trecena is completed. Our Intention was to learn by experience (“dark”) how we would carry on as Human in the world, with a Higher Consciousness of our Power of Creation. Our Spirit saw the Perfect Picture. Human experiences the reality of remembering to see it, and how it looked, while navigating the material world.