The Dance of the Twenty Count: Inspiration

“This is 20. One of the first ways to learn the 20 Count is to see it as though you are each power, each number and say it in this way:

‘I am 20. I am Wakan Tanka. I am the Great Spirit.

I am WahKahn the creatress, the Great Grandmother. I am SsKwan the Creator, the Great Grandfather.

I am the universal force and the universal law.

I am the sphere of pure orgastic light of love and awareness. I am the Great Spirit. I am 20.’

If you say it that way, something starts to happen inside. Rather than seeing it as something out there, it’s not. It’s in here, and that what I want you to connect to, because it does something very magickal.

It helps you to understand your part of being the solution instead of the problem in the universe and the planet.”

– Harley SwiftDeer Reagan, 1989

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The Dance of the Twenty Count: 11- 20 As Above Recap

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 1- 10 So Below Recap

The Dance of the Twenty Count: An Intro

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 11 – 20 As Above Recap

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The Children’s Twenty Count is a way of perceiving the special qualities and “give away” of the sacred powers of the universe and relating them to the numbers 1-20. This provides a valuable mathematical system the describes the interrelationships of the powers to one another and forms the basic framework for all of the Sweet Medicine SunDance teachings.

The Children’s Twenty Count describes our world as we live in it, and the powers that influence us here in our attempt to establish interconnection, interreliability and interdependence with all things.

In our past posts, we’ve taken you through each of the powers to introduce you to qualities, vibrations, and give aways of the numbers 1- 10, representing the powers that are the “so below“…the numbers that are related to this 3rd dimensional reality and “all that is green“…

Then, we took you through the upper numbers (11-20), presenting the powers that are the “as above“…the numbers that are related to beyondthis 3rd dimensional reality and “all that is blue“…

For a recap of numbers 11 – 20, click on the links below.

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The Dance of the Twenty Count: 20 The Great Spirit

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 19 Universal Teachers

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 18 Karma Masters

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 17 Dream Teachers

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 16 Enlightened Masters

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 15 Souls of All Humans

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 14 Coatl

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 13 Quetzal

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 12 Grandmother Planets

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 11 Grandfather Stars & Sister Moons

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 1- 10 So Below Recap

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 20 The Great Spirit

The Children’s Twenty Count describes our world as we live in it, and the powers that influence us here in our attempt to establish interconnection, interreliability and interdependence with all things.

Thus far we have presented in each blog post, the numbers 1- 10, representing the powers that are the “so below“…the numbers that are related to this 3rd dimensional reality and “all that is green“…

As we discuss the upper numbers (11-20), we begin with the powers that are the “as above“…the numbers that are related to beyond this 3rd dimensional reality and “all that is blue“…

20 = Wakan Tanka (Great Spirit)

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The number 20 reflects the inner Great Spirit of self and is our connection the Great Spirit…the all that is, the Great God/Goddess, the Everything, the Great Mystery.

Wakan Tanka translates to our inner Great Spirit of self beyond who we are as a person, beyond our identity…as a consciousness of mind. As a consciousness of mind we are dreaming ourselves awake in a physical body. As a blood cell of the Great Spirit’s body, we are, in essence, its consciousness, its thought, its own bloodstream…the microcosm within the macrocosm. We are one with the Great Spirit in pure light and love.

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 19 Universal Teachers

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 18 Karma Masters

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 17 Dream Teachers

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 16 Enlightened Masters

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 15 Souls of All Humans

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 14 Coatl

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 13 Quetzal

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 12 Grandmother Planets

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 11 Grandfather Stars & Sister Moons

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 1- 10 So Below Recap

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 19 The Universal Teachers

The Children’s Twenty Count describes our world as we live in it, and the powers that influence us here in our attempt to establish interconnection, interreliability and interdependence with all things.

Thus far we have presented in each blog post, the numbers 1- 10, representing the powers that are the “so below“…the numbers that are related to this 3rd dimensional reality and “all that is green“…

As we discuss the upper numbers (11-20), we begin with the powers that are the “as above“…the numbers that are related to beyond this 3rd dimensional reality and “all that is blue“…

19 = Hokkshideh-hey (Universal Teachers)

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The Hokkshideh-hey (pronounced hoke-shee-dah-hey) is our highest High Self which helps us to know our self as greater than what we think our self to be. 19 is perfectly balanced male and female energy. It is the great Buddhas, Bodhisattvas and are the universal teachers.

Our Hokkshideh-hey shows us the greater picture of what’s happening in our lives. It guides us to the greater possibilities for our soul’s growth. It is the inhale and exhale of all life and is the breath of life itself. The Hokkshideh-hey’s teach us that all things are possible within the Everything.

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 18 Karma Masters

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 17 Dream Teachers

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 16 Enlightened Masters

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 15 Souls of All Humans

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 14 Coatl

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 13 Quetzal

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 12 Grandmother Planets

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 11 Grandfather Stars & Sister Moons

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 1- 10 So Below Recap

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 18 Karma Masters

The Children’s Twenty Count describes our world as we live in it, and the powers that influence us here in our attempt to establish interconnection, interreliability and interdependence with all things.

Thus far we have presented in each blog post, the numbers 1- 10, representing the powers that are the “so below“…the numbers that are related to this 3rd dimensional reality and “all that is green“…

As we discuss the upper numbers (11-20), we begin with the powers that are the “as above“…the numbers that are related to beyond this 3rd dimensional reality and “all that is blue“…

18 = Chuluamahdah-hey (Karma Masters)

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The Chuluamahdah-hey are the keepers of our Book of Life and represent the number 18. They are the magickal teachers and work with pure magickal energies such as the ten Magickal Laws to create your everyday (tonal) physical world.

The Book of Life is the place where our sacred images for this lifetime are stored or recorded. These images are all the mirrors that we chose, out of which and within which we reflect ourselves. They give you the teachings you have asked for in this life in order to grow and evolve. These sacred images are the karma and dharma which we are dealing with in this lifetime.

In the Sweet Medicine SunDance Path, karma is lessons or patterns we have repeated from one lifetime to the next. They are in our lives to learn from. Karma is readily identifiable because it often translates as pain. When we change the pattern, we will experience a different outcome and … hopefully … pleasure or happiness. In other words, we will experience dharma.

Our elders teach us that when you were in spirit, your greater self met with the Chuluamahdah-hey and discussed what lessons unlearned in other lifetimes you still needed to learn, and which ones you were wanting to learn in your next incarnation.

Next you decided on what parents, social, economic, political and religious settings to be born into that would give you the best chance to learn these lessons. All of these decisions and more were recorded in your Book of Life, which is only for this spirit personality living here on Earth in the present. (The collections of all of your lifetime lessons are known as the Akashic Records, which also include your sacred images.)

The Chuluamahdah-hey teach us how to break unproductive patterns through learning how to use chaotic energy. When you break these patterns, you change karma to dharma and pain into pleasure.

Isn’t it time for a little less pain and a little more pleasure in your life?

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 17 Dream Teachers

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 16 Enlightened Masters

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 15 Souls of All Humans

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 14 Coatl

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 13 Quetzal

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 12 Grandmother Planets

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 11 Grandfather Stars & Sister Moons

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 1- 10 So Below Recap