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You will find at the end of this message information on this intense period of 52 days that starts today and ends on July 13, 2018. There is also a document with dates you can download and print to have it handy as a reference for these almost two months.

Last month, we went to Phoenix to a large Nursery garden to purchase plants for our house to attract butterflies. A couple of days after replanting them, one of the Milkweed plants didn’t look happy at all. My Skywalker friend, who has a lot of experience with butterflies and plants, told me I had to cut it as short as possible to let the roots grow stronger. It made me sad to do so as the plant was great a few days earlier, but I listened to her advice and did exactly what she told me.

A few days later, I found tiny black seeds on the counter where the vase was and I noticed that the little yellow flowers had opened. I happily gathered the ‘Milkweed seeds’, took them outside and planted them in the same pot where the original plant was still healing. I did a little ritual of gratitude thanking the plant for her beautiful gifts and giving her back the seeds in ayni, sacred reciprocity.

Well… when I found more seeds on the third day that looked bigger than the previous two days, I checked under the green leaves and… I there were two little caterpillars!!! I realized that I was not planting tiny Milkweed seeds as I thought but… caterpillar ‘poop’! Oops! : ))

Those little caterpillars became huge in only one week! They ate all the green leaves on the vase and seemed very happy and healthy. I read that they grow thousands of times larger since birthing from the egg and it definitely seemed to be the case! It was amazing to see how fast they were growing, even on the same day the difference between their size in the morning and at night was quite big.

Exactly a week later, it was time to let them go… I was happy and sad at the same time, as we had developed a special bond in those few days. The weather was perfect so I took them outside in the morning and put them on a different Milkweed plant with beautiful little red flowers. One of the caterpillars seemed reluctant at first to let go of the familiar yellow leave that came from the vase so I held her on my hand until she slowly moved into the new plant.

We had to drive to another city that day and came back home in the evening… to realize there were no caterpillars around! After checking with my friend what to do next, she suggested to look all around and see where they chose to create their chrysalis as they could literally be anywhere, and not necessarily close to the plant where I left them. I looked and looked for two days in a row and couldn’t find them. On the third day, after checking the plants and trees once again, I saw something green on one of Jacco’s hiking shoes before entering to the house. There she was!!! From all the great spots they could have chosen, one of the caterpillars decided to do its cocoon in a very ‘interesting’ place : ))

We bought a fine mesh butterfly habitat to keep it safe from strong winds and potential predators, as spiders and frogs, among others. Being very careful and moving it slowly, we put the shoe inside. Since it was in a vertical position when creating the chrysalis, we had to recreate the same angle inside her new “home” and put a chunk of pinon wood in front of it to make sure it wouldn’t slip off with the wind.

It generally takes between 7 to 14 days for a Monarch to hatch the chrysalis and emerge as a beautiful butterfly… For several days, I was “counting the seconds” for her arrival and yesterday, exactly 14 days after I found the chrysalis on the hiking shoe, she was born!

As shared in my Tzolkin book, which has several photos of butterflies I took in sacred places around the world including the one on its cover, butterflies have always been a big part of my journey since I was a child. Having witnessed this miraculous process of metamorphosis truly was a magical gift from the Universe since moving to Sedona!

Within the Tzolkin cycle of 260 days, there are five periods of time called Castles in its modern interpretation and each has 52 days. The Blue Castle of Transformation is the most intense period of all since it contains special days and portals. You can click on the image below or here to see a detailed document with its meaning and additional information on the two Galactic Activation Portals columns ( GAP days), and the Core Days of the Mystic Column. The Harmonic Module or 260-day matrix shows the Gregorian dates for this Castle so you can get in tune with it daily and become an Alchemist within this transformational intensity!

A special invitation for a personal journey in a sacred and magical place. Each day, we will experience the magnificent energies of the Apus, spirits of the mountains, while enhancing our connection with Pachamama, Tayta Inti, Mama Killa and ourselves.

The first group from August 18 – 31, 2018 is fully booked. The second group from September 8 – 21, 2018 has only a FEW spots left, so please email mariela [at] mayankin [dot] com me if you are interested to join us and I will send you the details.

In a 4-session webinar series exclusively dedicated to the Blue Castle of Transformation, I will share very practical ways to get in tune with the daily energies including exercises, rituals, tips and ideas that will help you shift the way you experience reality and transform what longer serves you to grow and evolve. For more information, including a short video about the Blue Castle, and to sign up click here.

Both free webinars Tzolkin Basics and Tzolkin Planner will continue to be available online for a while so you can listen to the replays. We have just finished all the live sessions of the Archetypes Webinar Series, and all replays and materials are available so you can still sign up if you are interested in deepening your connection in the way you experience the archetypes. You can sign up for individual sessions or the entire series. For the series, you will have access to all previous sessions, recordings and materials.

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…