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6 Seed / KAN – Renewal of Spirit: Day 6 of 13

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6 Seed / KAN

Greetings Kin,

On Peak Tone 6 an effort of Spiritual Growth takes on the power of momentum. Compared to the Art of a Dance, when all the steps are learned and practiced, the effort becomes an Expression of Movement.

The Storm/CAUAC trecena is guiding a movement to manifest the Renewal and Regeneration of our Spirit. Turning to Home is the Answer whenever we see a storm on the horizon.

“Home” is our Spiritual Center where we hold the Authority of Intention. “Home” is where we have the unbridled freedom to Express who we are. Through our Free Will to Choose, “Home” is where we define the correspondent movement for a Divine Intervention.

Seed/KAN is a Day Sign of family/genetics, sexuality, reproduction, germination, and multiplication. Corn is the seed the Maya associated as a symbol of Human, displaying the colors found in every Human body, and sharing the same cycle of gestation.

KAN relates to the Force Inside the Seed that maintains the integrity of identity. It represents our Divine Design, the Ultimate Authority that determines what we will grow up to be. Our Intention of Movement directs the course of our Destiny.

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11 Seed / KAN – Walking as a Shape-Shifter: Day 11 of 13

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11 Seed / KAN

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Tone 11 brings the Intention of Resolution and the Clarity for a new Understanding. Tone 11 is dynamic energy that facilitates change, simplification and improvement. Tone 11 establishes an agreement from which we can hereby Resolve to move forward in our new way.

Seed/KAN represents family, sexual activity, and the magic of germination. Seed brings the energy to free us from debt or our oppressive patterns of the past.

Seed offers the courage to make a profound investigation of our Self, so we can gather what is needed, and place ourselves in the right environment to grow. Seed is said to reveal hidden traps and negative influences. Those born as Seed are defenders of the people, and are capable to navigate around obstacles.

The Cherokee Day Sign, the Dragon, is the energy of Life Force that germinates a Seed. The Dragon is said to help us to see clearly. Seed can help us find our place where Spirit can exist in the realm of physicality.

Seed/KAN helps us find the place where we can live in the Truth of our Authenticity. We are called to “Know Thy Self” and make the choices that support who we are. From the principle of “As Above, So Below” we learn our reality is created from what we imagine. Seed calls us to separate ourselves from circumstances that draw us into negativity. It’s our right and responsibility to claim our own fertile soil.

Seed/KAN calls our attention to who we were created to be. The Maya honor the Corn as a symbol of the people. Corn was the crop central to the basics of survival, the most important Seed of the Maya. Corn represented the Truth that what is planted on Mother Earth can be multiplied to abundance, always producing a seed of the next generation of itself. They saw beyond the fruit of the one, to fields of corn multiplied to abundance. They recognized the power of a small thing.

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10 Seed / KAN – Flight of Higher Vision: Day 10 of 13

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10 Seed / KAN

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10 Seed/KAN is the first day of Manifestation in the 13th Uinal of Ascension. This is a time of Harvest. What began as a Seed has produced a Seed of its own. Through a Seed we are able to multiply our Abundance. Seed is said to gather abundance like a net.

Seed holds the integrity of its Design. We have created a Higher Seed. Through this new Seed we can be freed from debt or oppressive patterns of the past.

Through the process of Raising our Own Consciousness, we have Seeded a new and Higher Version of our Self. We are capable to start life again with greater strength and abundance. Our Spirit will have its own new Beginning as the next generation.

The Cherokee recognize Seed as The Dragon, the symbol of Life Force. Like Seed/KAN, it describes the magic within the Seed that makes it capable to come to Life. A Dragon holds the aspect to “see clearly.”

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9 Seed / KAN – Application of Our Spiritual Nature: Day 9 of 13

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9 Seed / KAN

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Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.” ~ Robert Louis Stevenson

On Tone 9 we are still in the Peak Energy of Transformation. Our Transformation is accomplished through incremental steps of believing. With each new discovery, we form an untested theory – a pending truth. We prove it by comparing it to a truth we already believe. We move from a theory to a truth when we find the correspondence between the “known” and “unknown.”

Tone 9 intends us for us to prove our Truth by viewing it from a Higher Perspective. Patience is called for to look deeper into our own understanding.

On 9 Seed/KAN, the Wisdom/CIB trecena of Higher Learning sends us on another fact-finding mission. We’ve been learning how our Spiritual Gifts can be a meaningful part of our lives. We carried the weight of our hopes and dreams in a Leap of Faith to find out how we could make this happen.

The Divine Agents that intervene to help us understand present a new “Spiritual Gift” that can prove that our “supernatural gifts” are an integrated part of who we are. Seed/KAN can transform us through an understanding of our “Spiritual DNA.”

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4 Transformer / CIMI – Vision Quest: Day 4 of 13

VISION QUEST: DAY 4
The invitation and introduction is offered on the journal post for 1 Night/AKBAL. Suggestions for daily practice are offered on the Vision Quest Ceremony page.

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4 Transformer / CIMI

Greetings Kin,

CHICCHAN lit the fuse of our Spiritual Intention. A Vision Quest is brought to life through movement.  Tone 4 carries the Intention of Stability. 4 represents the cube – the most stable forms, defined by the dimensions of height, length, depth and breadth. Tone 4 also offers orientation, reflecting the 4 directions, and helps to set the parameters, freedoms, and conditions through which we will manifest a our Intention.

Transformer/CIMI signals major life change. CIMI is said to bring the guidance of a “soft hand.” CIMI will stay by our side through the chaos, reminding us that the chaos is a major change in progress.

The Maya included the birth Day Sign in naming their newborn, so that from the beginning each child would know their meaning and purpose. One’s Destiny was recognized by the whole community by name.  Those named CIMI (chee mee) are born to serve in the role of the midwife and hospice nurse, matters of life and death. The glyph is the face of death to illustrate that something always dies as something new is born. With every birth we die to an old way of being. Through death, we are reborn.

CIMI’s Spiritual Gift is Clairvoyance, seeing into the future. CIMI can comfort the Mother in labor with Visions of the newborn she will hold in her arms, and she can predict when the pain will be over. With those near death, CIMI shares the Vision of a Heavenly Reunion. CIMI looks ahead to know exactly what to do in the moment. CIMI will help us establish our Orientation by directing our thoughts to our Meaning and Purpose. And, we can accomplish Tone 4’s Intention of Stability by seeing into our future.

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2 Seed / KAN – Vision Quest: Day 2 of 13

VISION QUEST: DAY 2
The invitation and introduction is offered on the journal post for 1 Night/AKBAL. Suggestions for daily practice are offered on the Vision Quest Ceremony page.

2 Seed / KAN

Greetings Kin,

Tone 2 is the day of Duality. Human’s way of understanding is by comparison by degree of polarity. Hot and cold are the same thing to differing degrees. (At what degree does hot become cold?) Human lives in the two worlds of physicality and Spirit. As we are called to a Vision Quest, our Intention on Tone 2 is to choose the degree to which we will live in the realm of Spirit.

Tone 2 takes the Divine Inspiration of the Creator, and apply it to our Human experience. We are Creating an Altar to Spirit within. Seed/KAN is the symbol of the People – who we Are by design. Seed holds the Power of Creation.

KAN also represents the Force within the Seed, symbolized by “dragon energy” or Force of Life… like the geomagnetic forces of the ley lines across the Earth. The “dragon” is also a symbol of “seeing clearly.” We will find our inspiration for an altar deep within ourselves. We choose our way to create Our Expression of Beauty. Seed/KAN calls attention to ourselves. Tone 2 helps us discern the Seed of our Dream.

PORTAL DAY: ELEMENT OF ETHER (Kin 181, Green Kin on the Tzolk’in Calendar)

A portal is open that thins the veil to the dimension of Spirit. The Divine Justice that is the Highest Intention of the Creator, exchanges the Love of Correspondence. What is created in one realm of existence, is balanced in all the others. A Portal helps us see that the altar we build on Earth, also exists in the realm of Spirit. As our own Expression, unique to who we are, the altar that we are building is an illustration of who we are in Spirit. We are the Living Altar.

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8 Seed / KAN – Journey of Discovery: Day 8 of 13

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8 Seed / KAN

Greetings Kin,

Tone 8 is the Holy Day of the Earth/CABAN trecena. Tone 8 holds the Creator’s Highest Intention of Divine Justice.

Seed/KAN embodies all the elements of creation, representing family, sexual activity and the magic of germination. Within the Seed is Human’s Divine Design, and the promise to become what we were meant to be.

Just as a seed works it’s way to the light through darkness, KAN strives to free itself from the debts or oppressive patterns of the past. It reaches to be free. The Seed is capable to draw to itself everything that’s needed to grow, gathering abundance “as if cast by a net.”

In the position of Divine Justice, Seed reflects the promise of gathering everything it needs so that its fruit will be multiplied to abundance. Our fruit is the Light of the Spirit. So are we given what is needed for a new harvest of Spirit, multiplied to abundance.

Through our Transformation, we are Seeds that create a new and stronger Seeds for the next generation. The improvements we make are marked in the cellular memories of our Spiritual DNA. On Earth Human prizes the heirloom Seeds that hold the integrity of their first state of being. In Spirit, the greater prize is the Seed we are struggling to become. The transformation to something greater is something we strive to hold onto as the inheritance we would offer to future generations.

The Seed represents a force of life within that makes our reproduction possible. Seed guides us to a profound investigation of our Self. To generate abundance, Seed must learn to appreciate all the gifts and lessons that support the process of its change. Seed serves the purpose of freeing ourselves from the hidden traps and influence of others that would hold us back. We must be grateful and have the courage to face our Self to clear the obstacles that are present in our own environment. We are called to cultivate a place where we can grow.

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