The Interconnection of The Physical & Sacred Animals ~ Today’s Daykeeper is K’an

Your interpretation and experience of these energies is your own. I can only share my personal understanding, I invite you to explore what they mean to you and their relevance in your life. This is really important. We gain nothing by ‘taking on’ others life experiences and beliefs. The juice and healing comes from within your own understanding, it is pivotal for your healing journey.

This cycle I am looking at the interconnection between The Twenty Great Teachers of Life and The Earth Count. Let’s see what their interconnection has to teach us. The relevant daily information on each energy is below todays musings.

The Interconnection of The Physical and Sacred Animals ~ Animals teach us about naturalness. Our totem power animal in particular teaches us about our own naturalness. How to use our physical bodies in the most balanced way, what our particular rhythms are. A bear versus a spider is a very different way to be natural for instance. As well as the individual nuances, you as a bear would be different than me as a bear, but our bear totem animals would be offering us both the mirror of naturalness that we each need to see.

Great Teachers, The Physical. mayan, day keeper, kan, new life, activate, seed, ignite, planting, activate, dolphin, totem animal, Healing through, Michele Fire-River Heart, new life

4 – The Fourth Great Teacher is The Physical
The Physical teaches us about determination of health and harmony

Our physical bodies and the physical world let us know when something is out of balance. If we don’t get the message and do something to heal the problem, things get quite messy. As we age, the body is the last great teacher, lessons unlearned can be  manifested in diseases that give us a final opportunity to heal/learn what we need to in this lifetime. I have found it interesting to look at diseases and relate them back to emotional blockages. Folks with a lot of anger quite often end up with heart problems. Someone with severe control issues that are not addressed ….. altzheimers or other diseases that take away their ability to assert control. Unresolved resentment ….. arthritis. It’s nice to believe that this is new age woo woo, as we are then absolved from any responsibility. However science has now proved that every emotion we have, effects the physical body, everything we eat, say and do, expresses itself in the physical body. Our bodies are an expression of what is going on in our emotional world.

I want to live a vibrant life right up to death. So I work on my healing all the time, I watch my emotions, what I eat, drink, watch, listen to. I will give my body as little as possible to work with in terms of lessons of the physical as I age. Knowing that my  emotional landscape affects my physical one helps me be consistent in working on my healing journey. We are all at choice.

Should you be interested in the correlation between emotion and disease…..

 Louise Hay has many wonderful books. The one I have read is ‘You Can Heal Your Life’

The link Between Emotions and Health easy to read article by Psychologies

Emotions and Disease – U.S. National Library of medicine for those of you who like the nitty gritty of the science.

4 – The Four ~ FOUR is the Number for all Animals
Time turned the Earth, and the Plants turned the Wheel within shadow and light. One the Sun, married Three, all Plants, and the first Animals were Born on the Earth.
The Animals are in Circles ever moving with Life.

Creation has now created the First Circle.
East, ONE, the Sun.
West, TWO, the Earth.
South, THREE, the Plants.
North, FOUR, the Animals
(Hyemeyohsts Storm’s Earth Count)

Do you want to know your animal totem? Contact me.

4- Mayan Daykeeper K’an ~ 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.

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 

Should you wish to know your Birth Daykeeper, please contact me and send me your Birthday.

Previous K’an days this year Jan 7th, 27th, Feb 16th, March 8th, 28th, April 17th, May 7th, 27th, June 16th, July 6th