MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
Peak Tone 9 carries the Intention of Patience to see the Bigger Picture. The completion of an understanding is all important to 9. There is said to be great suffering if we don’t look more deeply into our Self.
Monkey/CHUEN resides with Dog/OC at the center of the Tzolk’in representing the Inherent Gifts of a Divine Human Being… the Power to Love and Create.
CHUEN is the Weaver of Time and Master of the Arts who weaves the Threads of our Experience in to the Beautiful Tapestry of Life. CHUEN knows the value of Contrast and Color. Beauty is woven through threads of Dark and Light.
Monkey/CHUEN knows the Magic of Life on Earth as a Laboratory for Divine Dreams and Creations. Monkey offers the example of a Divine Creator who is Moved by Emotions, rather than Ruled by them. The Monkey Knows the Beauty of Love, and that it the most Divine Discovery, the journey would end.
Monkey is said to never finish the Masterpiece it starts. It drops everything when it sees the next shiny thing. The Dog showed us what Love was all about, reveling in the glory of everything. Monkey shows us the Meaning and Purpose of all the journeys from a Divine Perspective Above.
Monkey/CHUEN inspires a Discernment of a Divine Meaning and Purpose. 9 Monkey/CHUEN is one of the few Holy Days that is celebrated on Tone 9. This is the day of Initiation for the Mayan Priestess. Mayan Priestesses were among the guardians at Mayan Sacred Sites who served as an Oracle of Wisdom for those who made a pilgrimage. The ceremony of Initiation marks the Day to Acknowledge our own Divine Discernment and Compassionate Love.