At the midway point of the Cimi trecena, we may pause to reflect where we have come from and where we are going to. The seventh day of the trecena is where we may give some focus to the flow of divine will. With Road as the day sign, we may reflect upon the road that we are travelling in our lives.
The left arm and right arm with Flint (Etz’nab) and Cimi (Death) both give an energy of releasing and cutting away negativity and what causes dis-ease. The Cimi trecena gives the sacred energy of death and rebirth. Our lives are vital. Our processes of death and rebirth give movement along the road we each travel in life.
A spiritual path is a path we may travel with spirit. Spirit is in our breath. We may consciously breathe spirit through our human body, relax the mind and allow spirit to communicate with us directly. This practice allows us to attune to our guidance and travel through life's obstacles with greater ease.
As I reflect upon my path this trecena, I have taken a leap in my awareness. I have had to have the courage to be true to myself and leave something that has sustained me through major life obstacles and a belief system that many have held with me.
I am grateful for the path behind me and I am grateful for the path I am travelling now even though it has been immensely challenging. I have faced death a few times on my road of life. I have overcome it and I am being reborn. I feel this is the same for Pachamama (Earth Mother).
We share our consciousness. As we travel our roads with heart, in truth and with integrity, we will harmonise together and raise the frequency. As we raise the frequency the density of our existence is relieved and new opportunities will arise for us to take up in divine time.
So many of us remember ancient Mayan roots. We are wholing ourselves, healing the fragments of the trauma of the separation. We are so valuable and wanted by Pachamama. We are the ones we have been waiting for. Let’s keep travelling the road of our lives, in love, grateful for our past, grateful for our future and grateful for this now moment. All is well – and so it is
In lak’ech ala kin
I am learning (relearning) the ancient timekeeping of the Maya. Below is an image of the day sign and also where we are within the Mayan year. There are 18 20 day cycles (360) days and 5 days called the Wayeb’ which are nameless.
They are a time of ceremony and sacred purification to the Maya. I am still finding out when the start of that year is and how it works. It appears that it is the most accurate time keeping system. Please forgive me if I get any of the facts wrong. I’m better at the intuitive side of things.
Much love and respect to Sean Caulfield for teaching me and his beautiful contribution to this road we travel together.
Thank you for giving what you can and helping me out with my passion for Pachamama. In lak'ech.