Blue Monkey Wavespell – Playing with Humor

by Mariela Maya

The theme for the next 13 days is Enjoyment!

 It is so easy for children to play with humor and enjoy life! They create castles out of sand and laugh out loud for the simplest things. As we grow up, we get swamped with responsibilities and it becomes difficult to just take it easy. Life becomes too serious and we get caught in a rhythm where we feel we have to perform at all times. It may get to a point where we forget how to play. Independently of our age, we are all children at heart and we are here to experience joy in whatever we do. Have you been having fun lately?

Read first what our little caterpillar friend is going through in these days and then what the Playful Butterfly has to say about it:

Transforming through Intensity
September 5 to October 26, 2017

The Blue Monkey Wavespell is in the Mystic Column or the seventh and central column within the Harmonic Module. Kins 130-131 are in the heart of the entire Tzolkin cycle of 260 days, inviting us to be very present in our own hearts and flow with the pulse of life. Your can read more about the Blue Castle and important dates in this document or by clicking on the image below. If you are just becoming familiar with the Tzolkin, all this information may sound too technical and serious. Don’t worry! Just play with it and understanding will come with time.

!nuF evaH

The 20 coloring butterflies made for each Wavespell in the previous cycle are posted on this page so you can continue playing. You will find them in the glyphs order from 1 (Red Dragon) to 20 (Yellow Sun) including a brief reference to their meaning.

May 24, 2017 to February 7, 2018 (to read about the proposal and format for this cycle and dowload useful documents click here).

In Lak’esh & Munay,

Mariela Maya
Yellow Electric Star
mariela [at] mayankin [dot] com
+1 (832) 454-3113

In Lak’esh means “I am another yourself!”, a Mayan greeting that recognizes the Divine in each living Being. It’s a message of Unity that reminds us that, when we give, we are also receiving. In this way, the Mayan honored and respected each other, reinforcing the belief that we are all interconnected: what we do to others and to our environment will also affect ourselves in the end…

Munay means both ‘Love’ and ‘Beauty’ in Quechua, the language of the Incas. Munay, translated as ‘To love’, is one of the three principles of the Andean way.

I invite you to subscribe to the series of messages on Wavespells sent every 13 days.  To get in tune with the current cycle, please use the Daily Tzolkin.