This final day of the Cimi Trecena we are equalising, building a bridge between the past that we have released and the future opportunities we have created for ourselves. We may have seen glimpses in visions. Just know they are there and coming up for us in divine timing.
We may keep our hands free. By now, we know that holding on to things, or attachment only causes stress, so we hold our dreams and visions lightly, just knowing they are there and present themselves in divine timing, when all is ready and put in place by our higher multi-dimensional selves.
Etz’nab (Knife) gives us an opportunity to slow down and reflect today, as if we are peering into the obsidian shininess of the knife blade to see ourselves. We may see how far we have come and what we have transcended in the beautiful death energy of the Cimi trecena.
The truth is being exposed and reflected through space and time, so that we do not return to our old ways. We have been refined. Bright silvery bursting lights of truth spark off the knife blade with a new understanding within us.
Our connection with source will have become more secure in our being as we have learned to trust an ascension plan. I am conscious of how my ancient Mayan multi-dimensional self is carrying me through this time and remembering herself all the more.
Our consciousness is the divine spark of energy that sets new opportunities in motion. We are able to reflect and see without getting caught up in emotion. This is because we have learned to let go of our attachment to outcomes. We become the ultimate observer or our reality to protect, keep clear and bring healing through introspection, death and rebirth.
We interact with the ascending energies and move with one another as we are guided and one with nature. Here is where the more natural frequencies are received and it is in our quiet reflective times that we adapt and change within.
May we reflect on our pure creative energy, equalising all within us, as we open up to our new opportunities in life having built our bridges to love, joy, peace and freedom, as one – and so it is
In lak’ech ala kin
Thank you for giving what you can and helping me out with my passion for Pachamama. In lak'ech.