MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
Tone 4 is the Tone of Stability, symbolizing the cube, the most stable of all forms. Tone 4 establishes our sense of direction and orientation, and sets the boundaries of a Divine exchange of Power.
Star/LAMAT is a symbol of Venus, which appears as a Morning Star and Evening Star in equal cycles of 260-days. LAMAT reminds us that we are made of Stars, created to be a Personification of the Creator’s Light.
The Cherokee Day Sign, Rabbit, is known as Lamat’s totem animal. The Rabbit holds boundless energy as a symbol of reproduction, sexuality, and fertility that is capable to multiply to abundance. The Rabbit is a symbol of Love that Overflows.
Today is our Lucky Day! LAMAT is defined as a day of “pure luck.” As we make our climb in a new phase of Spiritual Growth, LAMAT will be the foundation we stand on, a Spiritual Tool that will support our Highest Aspiration to become a Personification of Light that will both shine in the darkness, and herald a New Dawn of the Creator’s Light.
The energy of Rabbit multiplies whatever is focused on. We are given a Great Power that comes with a Great Responsibility. Today is a day to focus on our Highest Aspirations.
10-DAY PORTAL: ELEMENT OF ETHER (Day 3)
Portal days thin the veil to the dimension of Spirit. Portals magnify our Spiritual Gifts and offer mystical experiences. We’re able to see beyond the Known to Know the Unknown. Today, a Portal magnifies the Power of our Light. Love is our Light and Divine Power. Today, Divine Love will be multiplied to Abundance. (The 13-Day Trecena Guide offers additional insight on Portal Days, and why I observe them.)