As Colorful as the Mayan Calendar

Are you in sync with the frequencies of the cosmos’ colors? Today at the  conversational home of Wellness and Spirituality, the topic is

Dressing to the Colors of the Mayan Calendar

The Mayan calendar is all the rage these days, with 2012 as the star of the show. Paying attention to the Mayan Calendar is part of the necessary “shift” in consciousness that humanity needs to make during this Huge transformation. Yes, as the Venerable Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha says, “The world will not end. It will be transformed”. Still, the vast majority of earth’s citizens continue to labor within a tremendously arbitrary, totally out of sync calendar that was arrogantly created by Caesar’s and Popes to fit their whims.Demonstrating any real wisdom in terms of keeping harmony with cosmic frequencies was essentially disregarded. This sort of denial of our intimate connection to these energetics….this denial of our intimate Oneness with the Source of the cosmic dance, wreaks havoc in human affairs.

The Tzolkin is a Mayan “year” of 260 days composed of 13 repetitions of 20 day “weeks.” The Tzolkin is based on the conjunctions of Earth and Venus. It’s complicated and not necessary to go into here.

But just imagine, that every day of this 260 day year has two colors associated with it. The first are called Rulers. There are only four, but they represent the 20 of the 13X20=260 equation because 20=4X5.  The rulers are red, white, blue and yellow. So every day, over and over, it is suggested that you wear a lot of OR even just a bit of red; followed the next day by white; the next day-blue; the next day–yellow; the next day–red again. For instance, today is the Mayan “day” identified by the glyph, “Manik.” So I am wearing Blue, the Ruler for the day. In order to follow the color code, you would do so in conjunction with the correct glyphs of which there are–surprise!–20.

The 20 figure is derived from the planets of the solar system, viewed as a sort of “in” and “out” breath experience: Starting at Pluto we travel toward the center–Pluto, Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Earth, Venus, Mercury, Golden Planet (sun) then start back–Golden Planet, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus,Neptune, Pluto. Counting Pluto and the Golden Planet twice each, all add up to 20, so called, “Gatekeepers.”

Each day also has a “Blocker.” These occur as a repetitive cycle of 13 colors, in the following order: (today is Silver, so I will begin with that.)–silver, indigo, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, turquoise, brown, black, white, gold….then again, silver, indigo, red and so on. Again, it’s suggested that you wear at least a bit of these colors on “their” day.

Originally, I was given a chart  to follow by Pa’Ris’Ha.  I’ve kept up for perhaps tens years or so.  If you look in my closet, you will find a preponderance of red, white, blue and yellow blouses!

When you think about it– every “thing” in the world has a color associated with it. My coffee mug is blue and white, so it’s vibrating to those light frequencies. This is happening ALL around us, ALL the time. That there should be an ebb and flow, a waning and waxing, of the influence of these colors, just as gravity influences the tides….makes sense to me!

Tonight I am going to a party. I am going to be very much in style! Mayan Tzolkin style that is. I’ll be dressed to the thirteens and twenties in blue and silver!

In so doing, I will be walking in a Sacred manner, in balance and harmony with the light rhthyms of our cosmos. Indeed, He or She who has the ears to hear during this Great Transformational Moment, know this:“What God intended for you goes far beyond anything you can imagine.”…Oprah Winfrey

Hope this leads you thirsting to Know More of How you can Dress to the Colors of the Mayan Calendar…and Do and Be “Nuwati”..ie..”Medicine.”

Elizabeth/Du’Tsu

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One Response to As Colorful as the Mayan Calendar

  1. Mia says:

    This post is terrific – many teachings great for a beginner with teh Mayan Calannder. Also want to say I love your Poem

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