MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
Peak Tone 9 is an important day in the process of our new Transformation. We may have already seen the evidence of our changes in process. Tone 9 calls for our Patience with a warning of “suffering” if we don’t look deeper. The suffering we might hope to avoid is likely something Already Self-Imposed. By looking more deeply into the implications of what we are learning, we can be released from a suffering we already carry.
ALL our suffering can be healed by Mother Earth. Among our greatest challenges is the Sense we are all alone, different from the rest, and never sure what the next day might bring. Mother Earth is the heavenly body that carries us. Our Place in the Universe is in the womb of this Mother. Earth/CABAN is a day when we would find our comfort in hearing her beating heart.
Earth/CABAN brings us into Oneness with the Forces of Nature. We are able to see our connection in the continuing flow of life, through personal, planetary, and universal cycles of life, death and regeneration. Peak Tone 9 asks for us to look at the bigger picture.
The Cherokee Heron is a symbol of perpetual movement. As the world turns no one day is like another. The experiences of today will never return in exactly the same way. When we face a similar situation again, we will approach it in a new way.
Earth/CABAN draws us to look at our own change over time. We haven’t stayed the same. If we look to our own history, we can see troubles that seemed too big to overcome are now resolved in the memories of our past. What, at one time, may have felt like an insurmountable problem, may even appear as a small accomplishment to us now. CABAN is a symbol of the Knowledge we gain through our movement and experience. This is a good day to seek wise counsel and to draw new wisdom from our Intellect.