Blue Night Wavespell Butterfly of Imagination

by Mariela Maya


Butterfly of Dreaming


Blue Night Wavespell

Power of Abundance and Imagination
March 7 – 19, 2017

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A few days ago, I saw Dreamkeeper (Hallmark, 2003), a movie based on Native American and First Nations legends.

Dreamkeeper is a beautiful story about a Lakota elder and his 17-year-old grandson embarking on a transformational journey together. It is a film about dreaming our world into being, of using our imagination to enter into different dimensions and states of consciousness, of envisioning a world filled with endless possibilities.

The old Pete Chasing Horse was a storyteller who kept the culture and legends alive by passing them orally from generation to generation. Shane was a troubled teenager who had lost his Native roots and was having problems with a local gang. When being asked to drive his grandfather to his last powwow in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Shane didn’t realize that this would be an amazing opportunity to be guided back to the ‘Good Red Road’.

As soon as they left their Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, Pete Chasing Horse started sharing with his grandson ancient stories and myths of creation related to communicating with the spirit world, listening to the forces of Nature, and being guided by the four legged and winged spirits such as the buffalo, bear and raven. These stories took Shane to places where he could imagine different ways of seeing and experiencing life beyond our ordinary ‘reality’.

There are great life lessons about wisdom, love, courage, humility, acceptance, forgiveness, following our dreams, community spirit, honoring and respecting Mother Nature and one another, reminding us that we belong to where our heart is independently of where we come from.

The film has legends from different origins such as Lakota, Mohawk, Pawnee, Kiowa, Cheyenne, Chinook, Blackfoot, each filled with profound messages. While these are ancient stories, their teachings continue to apply in our modern days. And this was clearly transmitted throughout the movie, by going back and forth between the past and present and exposing the analogies between Shane’s experiences and those from ancient times.

May we all envision a world of peace where we can learn from each other and grow together!

The Blue Night Wavespell (March 7-19, 2017) is the 15th Wavespell out of 20 of this Tzolkin cycle of 260 days in its modern interpretation, which started on September 6, 2016 and ends on May 23, 2017. If you are just joining us, you can read about the invitation for this cycle here where you will also find useful documents you can download to get in tune with it daily.

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.

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CURRENT CYCLE: September 6, 2016 to May 23, 2017 (for useful documents click here)

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