As we move into the dark moon phase...preparing ourselves for the New Moon at 00.36GMT on Saturday...
Be in your centre yet stay connected to the peripheral reality. Feel the energy that breaks in the external world you are traversing. Hold the centre gently and feel the circling energies from the external environment.
Oscillations and vibrations within your being.
Today is a good day to see the world through your shamanic eyes. The future requires a greater synthesis of consciousness from us, between our modern selves and our archaic body selves. Today is a good day to feel connected to the aliveness of all that surrounds us, in all directions.
Tune into the centre, the subtle and ungraspable energy; feel it without trying to define it or own it.
Tools, like the computer, smart phone are useful, but remember they are tools.
Maybe use the search engine on the net as an extension of your intuition today; feel into the energy emanating from yourself and google it. Today you can attune to the fundamental substance of reality—pure empty consciousness. However, it is slippery -- you can understand it through receiving it, you can be a conduit for it, but you cannot 'have' it or frame it. Allow and navigate with a loose grip and disciplined sensitivity.
The internet is a training tool for our natural psychic sensitivity. If it were to become restricted as a medium of free speech, then we would naturally find that our connection to the Noosphere becomes available.
Hold the truth that your body is the ultimate tool in this world, programmed to self-heal and regenerate if you align with the innate life force and energy field.
Fabulous Noosphere picture above from here
The Medicine Wheel and the Tzolkin
The Medicine Wheel is the clock of real time, and space. Each direction is a point in space and a holographic point in time. East is birth, sunrise, new beginnings and spring equinox. The Medicine Wheel aligns the four cardinal directions with Equinoxes, Solstices, the Suns movement through the sky, the real day of 23 hours 56 minutes, the four principles of a life cycle and any creative cycle. You, your body sits in the centre. Through the centre of your body is your central channel. It is through your central channel, through moving your consciousness, that you can move up and down the dimensions.
The Medicine Wheel with the four directions and Mother Earth below with Father Sky above gives us the six directions of the middle world.
In shamanism we access an upper world and a lower world. The upper and lower worlds are accessed through the gateway of the pineal gland or third eye, utilizing the imagination, activating the plasma two way screen. Once you activate the psychic gateway you move upwards in another dimension or downwards in another dimension, beyond this timeframe of real time, beyond this domain of time/space. The consciousness correspondingly moves up or down the central channel.
The 260 day rhythm of the Tzolkin is one of the key harmonics, allied to the spiral growth of nature, the Fibonacci and Golden mean, of the movement of consciousness up and down into real time.
The Spiral Movement of Energy is Inherent within the Middle Kingdom
the relationship between the Golden Proportion and the tzolkin is actually quite simple. The Golden Proportion is usually approximated as 1.618, and is symbolized by the Greek letter PHI (rhymes with "why"). One of the qualities of this number which defines it as unique is the fact that 1.618 x 1.618 = 1.618 + 1. (In other words, PHI-squared = PHI + 1). The result is 2.618. Numerology comes into play here, because 2.618 x 100 = 261.8, which approximates the tzolkin cycle. The formula is quite simple, and underlies the amazing relationships we've already discussed: 100 times PHI squared approximately equals 260. I've received some questions about the validity of this claim, mostly on the grounds that it is not precise. The discrepancy is less than 1/2 percent, not bad for any model, and the notion is supported completely by the phenomenological similarity between the tzolkin and the Golden Proportion. John Major Jenkins