Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Why The Mayan Calendar?

Why NOT the Mayan calendar? is the better question. Unlike the Gregorian calendar, the Mayan calendar is not repetitive cycles which are all based on physical movements through space. The Mayan calendar is cycles, within cycles, showing humanity the progression upward, in the climb towards unity, and conscious co-creation.

What is consciousness? Consciousness is the awareness of being aware. Whenever you notice yourself noticing something, you are experiencing your own consciousness. Most of the time people use their consciousness by avoiding cars on the road and opening doors instead of walking into them. But when you’re noticing yourself noticing something, you’re experiencing your consciousness.

What is a calendar? A calendar is the absolute dead center of any civilization. Everything in that civilization revolves around its calendar. Due dates, bill dates, when you’re supposed to be at work, how old you are. All of these things are relative to the calendar. Including the evaluation of your performance. How many widgets can you produce by Wednesday? That’s how valuable you are. It’s all related to the calendar. A calendar is an agreement of a society or civilization of what day or time it is. That is the absolute dead center of any civilizations consciousness. Your consciousness of what has come before, or what will come in the future is all related to our calendar.

Your consciousness is oriented by two considerations. A consideration is a decision on how things are. One of these considerations is time, and the other is place. Time and place is the orientation of your consciousness. Its working right here, and always. At some time you had the consideration that you would be at a specific place. It’s been this way your entire life. Time and place, time and place, time and place. Even different locations have different consciousnesses than other locations. When you were in school, you learned that people in different times, would definitely have a different consciousness than you’re using today. Someone in the 15th century would have a different consciousness than you, wouldn’t they? There are things that wouldn’t quite fit in their consciousness that you’re using every single day. There were also certain things that they had to do every single day, that wouldn’t fit so comfortably in your consciousness... like carrying water for instance. So different times have a different orientation of consciousness as well as different places.

This orientation of time and place is an operation which is establishing your view point. A view point is the point in which you view the universe. Your view point is absolutely sacred, for one simple reason. You’re the only one, who can have it. In all life forms throughout the entire universe, you are the only person who can have your viewpoint. People can kind of agree with you, but they can’t have yours. I’m sure you’ve noticed you can’t even give yours away. So it’s very important to understand that this information is not at all to change or alter your viewpoint. That’s your job. I’m only going to feed your view point, and then you do with it what you will.

There is only one main law in the universe. This law is What you pay attention to is what you become conscious of. It doesn’t matter if you’re a child, watching ants in the dirt, and that’s what you’re paying attention to. Or if you’re a multi-dimensional being looking out over five universes. What you pay attention to is what you become conscious of... always. People talk about free will, there is only one exercise of your free will too. That’s your choice, of what you’re going to pay attention to. It’s always your choice. Why is it that some people can stand more pain than others? You’ve noticed it, we all have. Some people go right on living with a sprained ankle, and others can’t step another foot. Sometimes you’re paying more attention tot he pain, sometimes you’re paying attention to other stuff... and whose choice was it? So in all circumstances, your free will boils down to what you choose to pay attention to.

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