Entering the New Time is a revolution that isn’t broadcast through “the Internets”. It doesn’t have a marketing team behind it, using psychologically-clinically-statistically-proven methods to convince you that it’s a worthwhile endeavor. There aren’t quarterly reports, seasonal sales, or two-hour long product pitches with face-recognition-enabled chicken-head emojis…
No: Entering a New Time is a revolution of consciousness. Initiating yourself into the 13 Moon Calendar enters you into an unfolding mystery that deepens in proportion to the depth of your self-reflection and engagement with it. Ultimately, it’s a re-integration of the human being with its infinitely multidimensional nature.
You can’t really televise that, nor really promulgate it through any of the means that typical products or fads are mega-blasted to the masses. Fact is, most folks may not be ready to include such a weird, radical and seemingly foreign thing into their lives. Nah, they’re full-up! Work, family, politics, drama, whatever. Life has a way of filling up any spare moment we don’t consciously schedule! So, in the relentless torrent of the day-to-day, using a new calendar may seem like a luxury for the listless.
Well, I’m going to share a magic spell with you: The more you do, the more you CAN do. My dear friend, Stephanie South, taught me this magic spell. This may seem counter-intuitive, because there’s only so much “time” in the day, right? Ah ha! But there’s the rub! We’re upgrading our Time folks!
Time is not linear, constrained or quantity. The human being is capable of hyperspeed in hypertime, and timelessness for that matter. The act of creation is a never-expiring invitation to surf an ocean of infinite swells. If you’d like to learn a whole bunch of ways to hang 20 (fingers + toes!) on the Time waves, check out my course.
But the way is very simple: All you need to do is see, think, persist and be patient.
See: The patterns in the codes of the calendar. If you set out to do this with the intention to live multidimensional Time, then you can’t go wrong. Whatever jumps out to you, take note of it.
Nothing is too simple to be transformed into a potent and meaningful anchor in Time. It can be a color. It can be as simple as one number being next to another one within the tzolkin. It can be a shape you notice or a line connecting two points. It can be a pattern of words. Like if you live on Sunshine Parkway and it’s a Yellow Sun day, or a Solar tone day, or even a Yellow Solar Sun!
Think: Of what you can do with what you notice. Think of areas of your life – interests, hobbies, events, memories, locations – and how you can connect them to the patterns and codes that you see.
Persist: At first you’ll undoubtedly wonder “What’s the point?” or “Is this really making a difference in my, or anybody’s, life?” or “Am I really evolving my experience into a multidimensional wonderland?” But if you sincerely and earnestly stick with it, you will see results – always in proportion to effort you put into it.
Be patient: You are re-wiring a fundamental assumption or paradigm: The fallacy that Time is linear, quantitative and wholly objective. The more patient you are with yourself in this process the better. If you’re rushing toward some idea of a goal, you’ll miss what’s happening right now.
So what do you see?
What does it cause you to think?
What helps you to persist?
How do you remember to be patient?