Over the next four days, we will examine the “becoming” of the Sacred Laws. The becoming is described in the four Universal and six Cosmic Laws called the “As Above” laws of the nagual or the world of total spirit. They allow spirit to become substance to move back into spirit, and allow the Universe to manifest in an ongoing, ever-evolving stream of livingness.
The study of these laws awakens the memory of them encoded in our bodies.
To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.
Knowing that everything is a MAT space and has its own energy vibration level and attraction, let us look at how the numbers of the Twenty Count are not just numbers. They are vibratory powers of those twenty MAT spaces. These powers also represent the realm of the tonal and the nagual, two concepts that are very important to understanding the relationship between your spirit/soul and your physical presence in this lifetime. The tonal world is the third-dimensional physical, material world, which we identify as the “real” world of our everyday life and experience through our five senses. It is referred to as the “So Below” and is represented by the powers 1-10. The nagual world is the world of spirit and the soul, our true nature spirit personalities, the fifth dimension, and the dreamscape you enter when you sleep and dream. It is referred to as the “As Above” and is represented by the numbers 11-20.
Exercise to get to know the Children’s Twenty Count:
- Looking back to our Twenty Count Tuesday series that was posted between October 11, 2016 – March 7, 2017, write each of the Twenty Powers of a small piece of paper or 3″ x 5″ note card. Place the papers or cards in a small bowl or hat.
- Each morning, pick one of the powers and ask your higher self and the power itself to teach you about its energy. Walk with the particular power during the day. Notice where you feel its energy within your body. Notice how it is reflected to you from outside and inside yourself. Write what you learned on the back of the card, paper or in your journal.
- Before you go to sleep that night, thank the power of the day for teaching you. And ask if it will continue to teach you as you dream.
- When you wake up the next morning, take a moment and remember your dreams from the night before. How did the power show up? Write what you learned on the back of the card, paper or in your journal.
- Place this power to the side somewhere and select another power from the hat or bowl. Continue doing this process for 20 days until you walk with each of the powers.
- On the 21st day, lay out all of papers or cards in front of you. Which power was most familiar to you? Least familiar? Which power did you learn the most from? Which one did you dream with the strongest? Which resonated within your physical body the deepest? Where did you feel this resonance?
- How did each Power of the Twenty Count show up as a MAT space.
- Share your learnings with us either here in the comment section or on our Facebook page.
Elk, the largest and most regal member of the deer family, are the totem animal corresponding to the sun sign of Sagittarius.
Elk are fast, good jumpers, and considerate. While traveling in gangs, they take turns making trails in the snow.
Elk are master teachers and healers, as well as the awakener of the unconscious. This keeper of thunder and lightning teaches us to “hear the lightning and see the thunder,” which helps bring us from fantasy into the light of knowledge. Master of rules and laws; Elk teaches us to resolve our karma circles. They are also the guardians of the gateway into the unknown (the nagual or spirit world) and masters of physical sexuality and orgasm.
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Your life is a dream, a movie you dreamed up. What kind of movie and character in that life movie have you dreamed? What kind of dreamer are you? Which one are you most of the time?
This is part 1 of a series and the first movement around the medicine wheel written by our late Nagual Elder, Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi.
In the south, we begin!
South: Asleep Dreamer
These “dreamers” lose their focus and are in reaction to those they give their power away to. They are asleep, unaware, at the effect, attached and dependent. They watch and wait for life to happen to them and are afraid to get involved in life. They don’t feel they have any control of their lives and are stuck in mediocrity and inaction. They don’t even have dreams because they are resigned to their “lot in life”. They exist and are in survival mode most of the time.
Their low level of self-worth mires them in emotionality and emotional imbalance. Focused on the past, they get lost in their mythology and childhood stories about themselves. For those who understand SMSD teachings on blocks, the block in the south is guilt.
Reflect on your life. Are you an asleep dreamer most of the time, some of the time or none of the time?