It’s a K’an day (Mayan Daykeeper)

K’an symbolically is the seed. The source, the catalyst for something new to come into being. Within humans it is the fire, the love, the creative energy of the heart.

As a gardener the symbolism of the seed is a powerful one. This time of year the seeds always amaze me. You plant them and wait, and wait, and wait. Once they send up a shoot & it peeks through the soil, well you’d think they are in the Olympics. The speed of growth is stunning, I go off to work in the morning & when I get home I can visibly see the growth. mayan daykeeper K'an, seed, teasel, sprouting, activate, new life, ignite, planting,, Michele Fire-River Heart

Manifesting in life is very much like the seed”s journey. The waiting part is what takes patience, which is sometimes a wee bit of a challenge for me. I often have to remind myself that we are always actually living in our past actions, because what is manifesting now is a direct result of our actions in the past. Kind of ironic when you think about the ideal of living in the moment. There’s some round the fire discussion this glorious weekend. Have a good one folks.

If you have been following my blog the information below is a repeat. Previous   K’an days this year Jan 7th, 27th, Feb 16th, March 8th, 28th, April 17th, May 7th, 27th

As with all things find your own truth. What is useful to you, use, what is not discard.

K’an manifests as an apparently destructive force
that eliminates or destroys what is complete.
An example of this is a burning forest that allows for new life to begin there.
K’an is also the feeding or fueling of this new life.
A K’an day is a good day to support and encourage new ideas or plans,
though they may not yet be recognized by others
and may not be ready to be acted on.

Those born on this day may carry or reflect
the potential of future accomplishments.

This is an exerpt from
Mayan Calendar Voice of the Galaxy by Raymond Mardyks and Stacia Alana-Leah 


The Mayan Daykeepers are spiritual beings with an archetypal energy within cycles of the Tzol’Kin or Mayan astrology. There are 20 Daykeepers each one presenting different energies & assigned to be present on certain days of the year. Rotating in a twenty day cycle.

I have found that having an awareness of which Daykeeper is present on any particular day, informs me about the active energy present that day. In this way I have more ease, fluidity & healing in my journey.

I offer a snipit of the knowledge presented in the book Mayan Calendar Voice of the Galaxy by Raymond Mardyks and Stacia Alana-Leah. They present comprehensive information on the way the calendar works, the energetics of the Daykeepers, the iconography of each Daykeeper, the symbol of each Daykeeper, meditations with the Daykeepers, as well as your personal birth Daykeeper.

Mayan Calendar Voice of the Galaxy by Raymond Mardyks and Stacia Alana-Leah

Their book is wonderful, it provides indepth information on the Mayan calendar & the Mayan Daykeepers & is for sale through many avenues, just Google it.