MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
On Tone 13 of Ascension, the Serpent completes a Transformation of Spirit. At a new summit, we can see everything that could be.
Learning that Manifestation is Accomplished by the Power of our Imagination, we hold the unlimited possibility of Creation. We are capable to transform our entire experience of Living.
We walked between two worlds. Which one was real? We are Spiritual Beings having a Human Experience. Our Highest Spiritual Examples are the Ascended Masters who transcended in Life to the Realm of Spirit.
The Highest Horizon we could reach for is still beyond our Imagination. Yet, guided by Sense over Reason, what else might we expect as the final destination of a Spiritual Journey of Reaching for Oneness with the Creator?
THE WAYEB: Today begins the 19th month of the Haab (or Chol Ab’) calendar. The Haab is the solar calendar of 365 days used primarily for agriculture. The Haab is made of 18 months of 20 days, and a 19th month of 5 days, known as the Wayeb. Today is the first day of 5 days before the arrival of the Haab New year, February 20, 2017 (5 Wind/IK). The Wayeb is a time of special ceremonies and prayers for a new cycle of harvest. The Tzolk’in and Haab are linked energy cycles, given the Haab tracks the solstices, equinoxes, and seasons of Mother Earth, which directly influence the Human. A traditional Mayan date shows at least the Tzolk’in day and the Haab day, when sets a date in precision with the Haab 52-year cycle of 18980 days.
“The Wayeb is sometimes called “the time of no time,” a period of retreat and reflection on the year ending, and also time for clearing unfinished business. The Elders say that what we do on these 5 days of the Wayeb will affect our life in the coming year. This is Sacred Time to reinforce our communion with The Ancestors. It is also a time for spiritual cleansing, asking forgiveness for our mistakes, paying debts, and letting go of thoughts and feelings that are in lower vibration. This would be a time for cleaning the house and for throwing away old and broken things. This is a time of offerings and to help those who need help.” * Jen Soto