MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
I apologize for the two late posts this week. I didn’t push the right button. I thought of you in different time zones who wouldn’t get it til the day was half over. You’re the first faces I see in the morning. I felt like I missed breakfast around a kitchen table.
Tone 4 holds the energy of Stability. Number 4 represents the cube, the most stable of all forms, establishing volume defined by dimensions of height, length, depth and breadth. Tone 4 establishes a sense of orientation, setting the freedom and boundaries for interaction and relationship.
Wind/IK offers a new Breath of Life and Breath of Spirit. We draw new Life to our Spirit through a Gift of Sacred Breath. Air is the Element that connects us all. With each breath we share our gift of Life and the Elements of our Being. The parameters of relationship with one another reaches in all directions within the atmosphere of Mother Earth. We are all One within the womb of her Spirit.
The Element of Air represents the faculties of the mind. We are connected in all the ways we draw Wisdom from Mother Earth. The Cherokee Whirlwind, represents the double-helix of smoke that carries our prayers to the Creator, and a symbol of the 13th Dancer, the Ascended One who leads the Whole.
Residing in the direction of the North, Wind/IK represents Wisdom and the Ascended Masters. Just as our Breath is One in the parameters of the Earth’s atmosphere, so are our thoughts One in the Collective Consciousness that is contained within the same boundary. Through the Breath of Spirit, we draw upon the thoughts and inspiration of others. On the out-breath, we exchange the particles of our Spirit with the Whole of creation. We breathe and are breathed by Spirit.