Fite Five: Daykeeper's Rite
You connect to a lineage of master healers from the past. Daykeepers are able to call on the ancient altars to heal and bring balance to the earth, call on the sun to rise each day, and bring humans into harmony with mother Earth. They are the midwives, herbalists and curanderas. This rite helps you begin to heal your inner feminine, step beyond fear, and practice peace.
The DayKeepers are the masters of the ancient stone altars, from Machu Picchu to Stone Henge. The Day keeper is able to call on the power of these ancient altars to heal and to bring balance to the world.
They are Mother Earth. The Feminine. Life Giving. Nurturing. Day Keepers are generally women, the midwives and herbalists of the world. The Day Keepers are about emotional healing.
According to lore, the Daykeepers drummed the Sun to rise each morning and to set each evening. This requires being present, in the now. They ensure that humans are in harmony with mother earth. The rhythms and cycles of life and death.
On a medicine wheel, Daykeepers are located in the West.
• To help us step beyond fear into a place of peace.
• To ensure that people stay in harmony with Mother Earth. Re-connect with the indigenous traditions.
• To help heal scarcity & issues related to Lack.
Day keepers help us understand that abundance is about how full we are, not how much we have. The real measure of abundance is how rich your heart is.
Scarcity is a perception that we created.
Each of us envisions the Day Keepers differently. Such as: Divas in charge of Maccu Piccu, Stone Henge, etc.
These Rites are about returning to the garden, walking again in the Garden of Eden. Healing our inner feminine is about reconnecting with mother earth - she has every element of the feminine. It re-establishes that umbilical cord from us to our Mother Earth.