What is .... a Mayan 13 Moon Calendar?

 The Mayan 13 Moon calendar is based on the Universal laws of Nature … the theory is that being in tune with the moon cycles and working in harmony with a 13 moon calendar brings your life into alignment on many levels. The ancient Mayans understood and utilized this calendar which they called ‘Tun Uc’ meaning ‘Moon Count’. They actually derived it from the mathematical equations of our galaxy (not shy on brains, the ancient Mayans!)The calendar we generally follow today is called the Gregorian calendar – it is a work based system of economics and taxes - embodying the concept of time which compartmentalises chores and promotes a rigid structure in our daily lives. In stark contrast the 13 moon calendar encourages a harmonisation with the flow of universal equations (the mathematics of our galaxy) and the pulse of natural time. Thus managing and manifesting your day following a 13 moon calendar becomes a joy because you are in tune with the bigger picture – still challenging but somehow invigorating and uplifting too as time becomes a dynamic creative flow twirling and entwining with your life like beautiful silver strands of DNA. See how opposite (and creative!) that concept is to the rigid mindset of how time that we normally acquiesce to?How does it work?

  Each lunar cycle corresponds to a different vibration, so for example in the lunar cycle of ‘Perfect Manifestation and Produce’ the question you would daily ask of yourself is “How do I perfect what I do?” Each lunar cycle also aligns itself with the different chakras … and each week indicates a certain emphasis... and each day carries a particular chakra vibration too. For example if you were focusing on a day where throat chakra is indicated your meditation would be centred on the throat chakra while considering how ‘Patience transforms conduct’ These phrases may sound foreign to you but ponder them in a centred space and after a while the words feel calming and the penny drops as to what this means for you personally.