Okay! So we’re cruising along following the signs, synchronicities and mysteries of the 13 Moon Calendar… But what about the rest of the world?
As I’ve said, following the 13 Moon Calendar is largely a personal and internal exploration to evolve your own perceptions. However, another purpose of this is to create a new, liberated world, one person at a time, right? I’d love to tell my coworkers and neighbors, “I’ll see you next Seli!” or “Happy Magnetic Monkey day! Ready to play?!” But, obviously most people around me are using the mechanical clock and the 12-month Gregblobian calendar.
I’ve spoken to countless people who all say “There’s no one here to do this with!” Indeed, you are fortunate if you have some friends to surf the waves of the synchronometer with – let alone a whole community synchronized to it! The synchronic order of the 13 Moon Calendar spreads organically – so you gotta be the one to bring it out to others around you. Heck, I don’t know your neighbors! (Wait a sec! You could tell them to sign up at newtimecourse.com 😸)
Anyway, I’m going to share a simple, practical application of the 13 Moon Calendar to directly interface with the rest of the world: Make a schedule! Yes, it’s that easy – and boring sounding… Maybe even a little tedious. This is even going to be a little tedious for me to write! But stay with me here! Once you’ve done this, you’ll be surfing a wave of synchronicity that you called forth!
(You can find the graphics and keywords referenced below in the “13 Moon Calendar Tutorial” on www.lawoftime.org)
The 13 Moon Calendar 7-day week (a.k.a. “Heptad”)
Every Moon (month) in the 13 Moon Calendar has 28 days, which is exactly 4 perfect 7-day weeks. Each day of the week has a particular quality: You can experiment with your schedule utilizing this, and have a direct way of bringing this calendar into your daily life, as well as a way to interface with others – whether they know it or not! For instance:
Every day of the week has a corresponding chakra, and a couple keywords. Now, some of the keywords are easier to get with than others. For instance Silio has “Discharge” as a keyword – which may be a little tricky, but Silio is also in the HEART.
The thing to keep in mind: What do the keywords invoke in you? See if you can find ways to synchronize your existing habits, hobbies or interests with the codes of the 13 Moon Calendar!
Do something with the keywords that you can relate to. As you get more familiar and engaged in the calendar, you’ll be able to explore deeper – just start simple for now. So here are a few simple examples:
Day 1 “Dali” – Heat, Target, Crown chakra: Maybe on every other “Dali” day you organize a sweat lodge, or go with some friends to some mineral springs, or a sauna (Heat!). Or maybe you have water balloon fights (Target!). Or every “Dali” day you could practice doing headstands! (Crown!)
Whenever I am in a meeting taking notes, if something comes up that requires me to take action, I draw a little “Dali” symbol – signaling that “Target” keyword in my subconscious mind. 😎
Day 3 “Gamma” – Light-Heat, Pacify, Third Eye chakra: Make a campfire (Light and heat!). Pacify: Make it a point to try and talk to somebody that usually triggers you and pacify yourself to stay harmonious and peaceful. 😇
Day 5 “Alpha” – Release, Throat chakra: Get together with friends to get rid of extra, superfluous STUFF you don’t need, ahh the sweet release of simplification! Throat? Sing! Tell jokes!
Day 6 “Limi” – Purify, Solar Plexus chakra: Detox day. Fasting day. Purify! Solar Plexus: Core strengthening exercises like Tai Chi, Pilates, etc. – or maybe you want to try some dimensional traveling through your fourth-dimensional umbilical cord (called kuxan suum by the Maya) that connects you to the center of the galaxy! (See: Cosmic History Chronicles)
The 13-day Wavespell Cycle
This is a juicy one! I love using the 13-day cycle. The great thing about this cycle is that it is one day less than two weeks. So, if you plan anything on a specific day of the 13-day cycle, it will float through the week each time. This is a great way to surprise your friends, associates, colleagues, family – since it’ll jolt them (and you) out of the typical weekly cycle.
You may also notice that different people will be available or feel different on different days of the week. You get to disconnect a little from that work-week hamster wheel – granting you an “outside of the fishbowl” insight into the fluctuations of that cycle.
Some off-the-cuff ideas: On “Lunar” days to go out and Moon gaze with friends. On “Electric” days bust out your Casio keyboards and jam together! On “Rhythmic” days have a drum circle – or Tango Classes! 💃. On “Crystal” days, give a crystal to one of your friends or neighbors. Crystal day is also a day to gather and meet (coded by “Cooperation”), so if you have a master-mind group or project support group, try meeting on those days.
If you want to play with more advanced application of this, use the keywords of each of the 13 days to establish a program. (For instance, Magnetic days: Unify, attract, purpose. Lunar days: Polarize, stabilize, challenge. Electric days: Activate, bond, service. And so on…)
20-day Cycle! Red Dragon to Yellow Sun
This one is fun too, because it really disconnects you from the typical cycles. The 20-day cycle jumps around in relation to the 7-day cycle, and the 13-day cycle, and even more so in relation to the stupid 12-month calendar. (I don’t usually like to name-call: But it is stupid!)
Refer to that tutorial page for all the keywords of the 7-days of the week, the 13 tones of the wavespell, and of the 20 Solar Seals.
Begin by scheduling just one regular activity somewhere within the 7-day, 13-day and 20-day cycles. Start simple so that it is easy to build momentum. The less you start with, the easier it will be to perceive the shifts in your consciousness and in the world around you. Once you’re in an easy flow, then add more to your Synchronic Schedule!
BONUS: If you have one activity scheduled in each of those three cycles, you’ll also learn how those cycles synchronize together – because you’ll see when your activities on the different cycles fall on the same day!
Give it a shot!
And I’d love to hear what you come up with!