The Interconnection of Feelings & Sacred Humans ~ Today’s Daykeeper is Chik’chan

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 feelings and humans ~ I’m going to go straight to emotions are magnetic! I grew up with a mom that had a poverty mentality. From my perspective now we were anything but poor, but that was not how she saw it. I ingrained that belief along with the corresponding fear around lack, it wasn’t until I learnt about manifesting that I created anything else. The magnetic energy around the fear of lack perpetuated the cycle, as magnetically that is what I was broadcasting and that is what I got.

So from my perspective this interconnection is one of the most important ones to understand. It completely changes our ability to create and manifest our lives. When we understand our underlying fears, heal & change them, we change the world we personally live in. Our magnetic field is different and so to, is what we magnetically attract.

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5 – The Fifth Great Teacher is Feelings
Feelings teach us about respect and honour of the physical

Oh boy, feelings. As an person who has been an addict this is a big one. Feelings is what I was suppressing with my addictive behaviour, feelings that were too painful for me to handle. So when I chose sobriety, whoosh I had to learn to deal with feelings another way. One of the first ways I dealt with feelings was to escape into my mind, into my internal dialogue, my futurizing, fantasizing, anything for distraction. This led me to hurting my body a lot. When I used my body I was not present in it, not feeling my body’s warning signs of pain, until it was severe enough to pull my attention out of my head.

At the same time I was immersed in feelings which I could not escape. Trust me when you get sober there are a lot of sacred tears. Sometimes I felt like I could not bear the pain that welled up in my heart for things that were the hardest to heal, to forgive myself for, to accept. I wanted to run into mind altering, but I had committed to myself that I was staying sober, so I chose to deal. At first it was unbearable and sometimes I thought my heart would just explode, and I wished I could get out of my skin as I felt like I couldn’t stand feeling anymore. What I learnt to do with the guidance of my teacher was to go into the feeling, to stay with the feeling, something that is very counter intuitive for an addict, we have trained hard to not do that. The big surprise for me was that if I had the courage to stick with the feeling from a grounded place and not blank out, it crested like a wave and then dissipated like a wave. I then did my healing work & moved it out of my energy body and healed the piece that was ready to go. Now we don’t do healing work on an issue and eh voila it is done. We are like  ‘like an onion’, as Shrek says. Our healing comes in layers, we think we’re done with a particular issue and then when we’re ready to heal the next piece, the universe provides us with an opportunity to do so. Eventually we are complete with that issue and yeee haa freedom.

So yes indeedy feelings do teach us respect and honour of the physical, and let’s not forget about all the amazing, wonderful feelings there are as well.

What have feelings taught you about the physical?

5 – The Five – The FIVE are all HUMANS
The Five were Born of the First Circle and exist in its Centre.
The Humans are sending their Voices into the hearts of the Four Directions in celebration of their Lives
(Hyemeyohsts Storm’s Earth Count)

5 – Mayan Daykeeper Chik’chan ~ The essence of Chik’chan is primal nature in all it’s naturalness. Simple instinct & knowing, when being in alignment with our true nature.

Chik’chan’s prescence may be experienced as a sensitivity to nature in its simplicity.
With this comes an ability to correct what has been altered from its natural state.
This is done to return to a relaxed state of being.
Your conscious awareness is then clear and uncomplicated.
Chik’chan days are good for accessing the deeper instincts of human nature.
Try doing something with your eyes closed or in the dark.
Distinguish between the fears that genuinely warn you of danger and those that complicate your life and keep you from trusting your true desires.

Those born with Chik’chan as their Daykeeper have a sensitivity to the simplicity within all things.They possess the ability to realign with the natural flow.
This can be done for themselves as well as for others.
They have the potential to be a healer when this ability is trusted and developed.

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 Chik’chan days this year Jan 8th, 28th, Feb 17th, March 9th, 29th, April 18th, May 8th, 28th, June 17th, July 7th

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