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July 25th Mayan Calendar's The Day Outside Time

On July 25th we enter the Day Out of Time portal, a place where all and nothing exists simultaneously, side by side. The Mayan ‘day out of time’ is the last day of the galactic year in the Mayan calendar. (13 moons of 28 days = 364 days) the extra day, the 365th day, is July 25, called the day out of time.


This day is observed as a day free of time. This ‘free day’ re-aligns the 13 Moon calendar and solar year. It connected with the feminine aspect of nature- a day of reverence and respect for all life, dedicated to no time. Each and everyday we need to allow a few moments to ‘step out of time’ and realign our energies.

An opportunity to swim deep into the void for that eternal minute and realign with your heart and soul’s desire. A time when all your failed and forgotten dreams come to life. Everything you had given up on and tossed to the wind landed in the sacred place known as ‘the day out of time’.


For the Maya, July 26 each year marks the start of a new cycle and a new “personality” or essence for the year ahead, signaled by its own sign or glyph. The Day Out of Time on July 25 is perhaps more important for the Maya than the Mayan New Year July 26. It is a day to give thanks and reflect on what has been achieved and what lessons are still to be learned. July 25 is a link day where new ventures should wait for the energy of the new year; it is also a time when anything can happen.


This year’s day out of time is called Yellow Seed. It asks us to know the power of our intentions, words and actions just like living seeds cast into the field. May we consciously tend to the gardens of our lives and our relations that we may grow, thrive, ripen, unfold our gifts, and pollinate the flowering of human consciousness. This year empowers us to align with the generative power of the earth; to carry on vital legacies; to plant seeds of the new; to be the fruit, be the flower! Since you already are a star seed, this year will offer the masses hope.


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