2012-2021, the Dawn of the Sixth Sun

2012-2021, the Dawn of the Sixth Sun

The Path of Quetzalcoatl

eBook - 2012
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According to the Toltec/Aztec calendar, which describes larger cycles of time or ?Suns? than the Mayan calendar, humanity has been in a transition that started in 1991, moving from the 5th to the 6th Sun. During this shift from one Sun to the other?from one cosmic configuration to another?the influence of both Suns is equally present, as is the case when the seasons change. The 5th Sun maintained its prevalence until December 21st, 2012, when the two energies were in perfect balance. The old Sun will gradually lose its strength, and from 2021 its successor shall reign for thousands of years. This shift is also a shift in human consciousness, in our understanding of how we relate to the whole of existence. In the last era (Sun) humans attempted to dominate nature and other beings, but under the new Sun we will have to comply with the wisdom and ways of nature, bringing respect and balance back into all of our relationships. Sacred instructions on how to support and live these changes are now being made available, at the precise time stipulated by the Aztec prophecy of Cuauhtemoc in 1521, (great Aztec ruler after Montezuma). The custodians of this 1,460 old uninterrupted oral tradition now reveal this ancient wisdom to the world, in written form, for the very first time. This book contains breathing exercises, poses and other ancient practices that are based on cosmic mathematics which show us how to realign ourselves with the universe, Earth and the elements, and with our highest nature so that we can take responsibility for the sacredness of life and move successfully through this transition from one Sun to the next. These teachings show us how to work with our shadow?our unconscious?and from the dreaming state.
Publisher: Torino, Ita. : Blossoming Books, 2012.
ISBN: 8896865069
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiv, 159 p., [4] p. of plates) : ill., photos.
Additional Contributors: Cozzi, Stefano
Jenkins, Elizabeth B.


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