I am going to miss Tikal. I spent almost a month here and it has been magical. I really wish I had the passive income of about $500 USD per month in order to live here. Days spent in prayer, in spiritual work in such heightened levels of energy. Immersed in abundant nature and its natural energies - clean water, clean food, clean environment, minimized artificial noises and light to the point that your body simply runs cleaner as a result. I would sacrifice internet and technology for this lifestyle. It is a plain and simple lifestyle the locals have here; survive and enjoy each other while working the cycles; all in order to keep their natural heritage and Tikal going.
I almost drowned while not-swimming in the lake this afternoon. Nobody noticed this was happening to me, but somehow I saved myself after several large gulps of water.
Me: "To appreciate what love I already get instead of focusing on what love I do not have."
Kadesh: "Yes, exactly. Be grateful for what you have now and cherish it, love it, embrace it like no other for it is YOURS. Embrace where it has came from, where it derives from and build off of that."
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“Look at where green grass lies under shadow, where water flows down. Underneath the fallen tomb, there you find the Toltecs' womb."
This is the riddle I was presented with by Mevinah in an effort to find the place of my visions. I was stumped for a while, yet all I needed to do was continue processing; talk to various people about their going-ons; along with whatever topic sparks. Then yesterday; BOOM, it happens: Luis decides to call his former professor, Luis-Arcturus and I recited the riddle to him.
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