2012, Maya’s Calendar and the “End of Time”
By Egres Katinka / filmsforaction.org
The Mayas has more than one Calendar.  They have the calendar of the big circles, which cover over  5000 years, and many more different smaller calendars/ circles, which covers different time periods.(some of them 22 days, some of them 520 years, and so on..)
One of these big circle is getting to the end at the end of 2012. Some people believe it’s already happened in 2011 , some people believe it just will happen in the next year, but the most important is that it’s here anyway…
The Maya’s gave names to each period of time. For example they called the time “POWER” from the 1755-1999, and this word  describes perfectly what the humanity lived that time, we really show off our power: in wars, in the industrial revolution, everyside of our life. 
This “last” period of time often translated to the “End of Time”. 
My message is that this doesn’t have anything to do with the speed of the turning of the Earth, or whatever, more about our “reality of time”. The change is happening these days in our consciousness, and the revolution in our mind about what TIME really is…
Time is the continuous PRESENT…
An energy which comes from deeply within every single moment. 
Actually more than that… Recently some scientist revealed the fact that our world, all our reality, this energy which makes all of being alive, it’s not something “stable” or constant at all…
This is pulsating, forty times every second disappear and reappear from to somewhere… 
Isn’t it beautiful? Is’t it a magic?
So the truth of the matter is that we all have to realize that our life is a gift, but not a gift which had been given once when we were born, but a  P R E S E N T which is given to us forty times per seconds in every moment.

I wish you all be able to start using this energy and put it into action now.
Katinka Egres
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