MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
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.