Here’s my takeaway — or maybe it’s my projection upon — this somewhat cryptic (vague?), but provocative video:
See time cycles as tape loops, or scripts.
See each tape loop as a lesson to be learned through the drama of creating a certain set of static illusions, one after another, at a certain rate, or frequency.
Mayan Calendar: The tape loops come faster and faster, with higher and higher frequencies, , i.e., shorter and shorter intervals between static images created by our expectations.. The shorter the tape loop, the more intense and dramatic, the more quickly the lesson must be learned in order to break free of that loop — and the entire experience of “time.”
The shorter the cycle, the easier it is to see the whole cycle from beginning to end. And once you see it, you can leave it. Notice how that’s true in life. The older we get, the more we can see our experience in terms of cycles, and I don’t know about you, but once I “grok” the pattern (the cycle, the loop) I’ve been in, I get bored, and let it go. Thus, do I grow, evolve, unfold, expand into presence.
Mayan Calendar: what once took thousands of years, will, by the last day of the Mayan Calendar, take only an hour. Blink, and it’s over. And we’re free. Free to flow into unity.
Something like that.