The Hawaiian Silversword holds the energy of Ahaw ~ The essence of Ahaw is completion, culmination, realization, integration. (Full info at bottom of post)
So I was musing on which plant would hold the energy of Ahaw, when I got an intuitive hit … plants that live on volcanoes. Volcanos are a great mirror for the cycles of life, bringing death and destruction and then being fertile ground for new growth. So I Googled and the first thing that popped up was this beautiful Silversword. A perfect pick as I liked the symbolism of it’s round shape, it also blooms once and then dies (completion). My medicine name Fire-River Heart was an image of a lava flow with heart shaped rocks flowing down it, which I have no idea why I thought that had any relevance, but there you have it. I think all in all a perfect Ahaw energy. On arkive.org there is some more info on this unique plant. There seem to be a numerous different silverswords. Here’s a video by Stairs and Sparks on the Mauna Kea Silversword and Trails of freedom bring us the Haleakala Silversword
Tomorrow we start a new cycle. I am letting go of the Mayan Daykeepers as a basis for my posts and moving forward. I am going to pull a major arcana tarot card every day and post a photo of something that resonates as a mirror for that card. I will leave you in your circle, to interpret what the photo’s message is for you each day. I searched for a copyright free tarot that I found beautiful to post, but alas I did not succeed. This is more creative anyway, let’s have fun with tarot. See what your intuitive messages are. (I will leave the Daily Daykeeper at the bottom of each post as per usual.)
Mayan Daykeeper Ahaw ~ The essence of Ahaw is completion, culmination, realization, integration.
Ahaw may be experienced as a sense of completion.
This experience may include understanding
the causes and effects that led to this moment.
Ahaw offers the awareness of how completion
relates to the entire cycle of life.
Ahaw’s days are opportunities to see situations
as they fit into the bigger picture.
It is a good time to consider the necessity of certain events
and their involvement in something larger than their immediate effects.
People born on a Ahaw day are sensitive to the cycles of time
and respect the importance of being timely.
They naturally accept that everything plays a part
in something greater than itself.
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, Contact me with your birth date.
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.
You must be logged in to post a comment.