It’s a Cheun day (Mayan Daykeeper)

Well on Gabriola it’s market day. We have these amazing markets from spring through fall. Fruit & vegetables fresh from the farm, honey, baked products, body products, crafts, clothes, jewelry, community groups and more come together once a week. All products made on Gabriola island. Gabriolans have a strong buy local ethic and it sustains all of us, purveyors and consumers alike.

More than a market it is a meeting place where we bump into our fellow islanders for a catch up chat & a laugh. Islands are curious places, we typically live further apart from one another than city dwellers and yet we are closer. The Saturday market embodies the energy of Cheun.mayan, daykeeper, Cheun, creativity, art, joy, interplay, craftspeople, delight, union, Gabriola, market, HEALINGthroughCEREMONY.com, Michele Fire-River Heart

Cheun’s essence is the imaginative blending when we create alone or together, and the enjoyment that comes from these creations.

If you have been following my blog the information below is a repeat. Previous Cheun days this year Jan 14th, Feb 3rd, 23rd, March 15th, April 4th, 24th, May 14th

Those who are experiencing Chuen’s presence may feel an energetic high and
a positive sense of power in their ability to responsibly create their reality.
On Cheun’s day, you may experience creative, artistic desires and abilities,
an openness to play and an ability to enjoy life.
It’s a day to be a conscious co-creator and a joyful, positive participant in the creation of life.

Those born with Chuen as their Daykeeper may be happy-go-lucky,enjoy responsibility or
be envied by others for their good fortune.

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

I look forward to hearing from you.....

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