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.
4 – K’an and 4 – Sacred Animals (Hyemeyohsts Storm’s Earth Count)
Okay on the surface these two didn’t have anything in common. However what came to me was the medicine of the animals, ‘medicine’ being the teachings they hold for us. How to be natural and what that looks like. That certainly is the catalyst for something new to come into being. A new you.
When I found out that my centre power animal totem was a dolphin (the animal I am most like in this lifetime), it was a revelation that I had a hard time believing. Dolphins are social, social, social, hmmmmm not exactly how I was. I’m still not very social, but compared to back then night and day. What that teaches me is that being social is something that will accelerate my healing journey and bring me into alignment with the greatest potential of who I am. Which is why I put myself into social situations that I may not necessarily wish to be in. Sometimes it is a success sometimes not so much, but each time I learn something new about myself and get better at it. Each time a new me walks out of that social situation, so K’an, yes you are present with the animals.
Do you want to know your animal totem? Contact me.
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, June 16th
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