Circle Game & The Mayan Prophecy for 2012

Posted by Kim
Oct 29 2015

Clocks, globes, seasons, circadian rhythms. We cycle through our world and the world encircles us. Have neither hope nor fear of 2012 for the world cannot end, as a circle is endless.

We may end our relationship to the natural world by our own hand come December 21, 2012, but just keep in mind things penciled in on calendars can be erased.

What the idea of a Mayan prophecy of end times really represents for this heretic are some grand opportunities for growth and breaking through, once and for all, negative patterns and cycles.

Remember those exercises you were given in college or journaling groups to list out all those things you’d do if you knew you only had a year to live? The idea of course was to awaken yourself to your goals and desires, hopefully to the point that you’d stop postponing your life. Only problem with it all was there was no guarantee one would not live to suffer the consequences of ditching daily obligations for more heady experiences. Quitting jobs, spending savings for that sail around the world.

The prospect of 2012 offers a different kind of life insurance. Why not expect, instead of the end of the world as you know it, the end of how you know yourself? Your negative habits and relationships. Make a vow that your old self will die into a new you. Get to work on it now and by next December, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to have a whole new list of people on your holiday shopping list.

Still think the world is going to hell in a hand basket? 2012 is the perfect time to sign up for that basket weaving course you’ve wanted. I bet there will even be some spectcular discounts on day planners to write in your class schedule.

One Response

  1. Kim says:

    Now that we are closing in on three years hence the 2012 prophecies, how are you doing? Everyone in the world, close friends and nations both, seem to be experiencing terribly anxiety producing shifts in their lives and consciousness. I thought I’d re-post this as a reminder to hang in there!

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