It’s a Muluk day (Mayan Daykeeper)

The first time I heard the word ‘interdependence’ my mind went blank with a big question mark in it. It didn’t compute. I couldn’t quite grasp the concept. I was quite codependent back then & my need to control everything could not allow for me to be dependent on anyone. The joke of course was that I was dependent on many people & in addiction, so independence & control was a big fat illusion.

Living on an island makes it easy to learn about interdependence. We are fundamentally interdependent and it makes our community stronger & closer. I am now so grateful for interdependence, it provides me with a comfort that was missing in my codependence, now that’s ironic.

The essence of Mukluk is the interdependence & connection between all things

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Our annual theatre festival is created and run all with Gabriolan volunteers

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One of our local social service organizations, their banner says it all.
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and well we’re just helpful……

Your experience of Muluk may include feeling a sense of debt,
a desire for unconditional giving or an unwillingness to give.
A day with Muluk as Daykeeper is a good time to consider
what is needed to maintain productive and agreeable relationships.
Demonstrate your appreciation and fulfill your obligations
to those that support you.

Those born on a Muluk day must rely on others to fulfill certain responsibilities.
They also need to be involved in the projects of others.
They are often most successful as team players.

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

 

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