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FRIDAY’S POEM FROM “RHYTHMS AND CYCLES” – Muluc

This week’s posts have been about tools for self-knowledge. I use many tools to continue and further my journey. I have used a number of card-decks over the years from versions of the Tarot to “oracle-style” decks that bring a message or an affirmation to my days. I am currently using the Mayan Oracle Cards and enjoying the openings to that source of revelation.

The other day I drew Muluc which suggests we read the signs and understand the symbols that come to us. These are signals from the Universe, working to awaken humanity to a higher calling. I wrote the following in response to the card. I am putting it in my Rhythms and Cycles collection because the awakening process is ongoing and cyclic; we awaken in levels as more is revealed to us and we peel away the layers of forgetfulness.

Muluc

Perception is everything. It is truth, beauty, wisdom, and ultimately salvation.

And we can change our perception in a blink or a breath.

Perceive the signs from the Universe that are available moment-to-moment.

Open to all that your senses, all of them, have to tell you.

Listen with your heart. It is the largest sense-organ and cannot be filled!

Muluc is the key that turns the lock and opens all the senses to remember.

Star-children are awakening to Truth.

The key is turned, the lock undone.

Remember! Re-member!

©2014 Richard W. Bredeson. All rights reserved.

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