Dayology.com was originally intended to be a blog where I could express myself in images and words. It still functions in that manner, but I had no idea that it would evolve into such a huge resource or light the fire in the imaginations of so many people. Right now I want to thank everyone who has visited my blog and especially to those who have passed the word on to others.
The theme of this blog is the seven day week. It is a subject which is generally not given much thought beyond maintaining our schedules. Still the subject has an interesting historical background and may be influencing us even if we don’t realize it. There are many areas of life where we keep ourselves ignorant if the “information” doesn’t fit into our “belief system.”
Not only is the seven day week a unique social convention that has been practiced for thousands of years and all over the world, but it may be the key to identifying seven spiritual types of humanity. And a number of cultures have and still do believe that the “distinctive nature” of our lives are determined by the “day of the week” of the birth. And they also believe that important activities are best performed on certain days of the week and certainly not others.
There are references to these sevenfold beliefs in many times and places, particularly regarding to religion, healing and magic. The Dayology.com blog is a weekly record of my personal enquiry into these examples. And, yes, for now it’s a bit of hit and miss. Sometimes my findings are amazing and sometimes lame. Still I do my best going wherever “these leads”‘ take me.
It’s the implications of the seven spiritual types that I personally find most fascinating. It is my hope that someday Dayology related beliefs will be utilized so freely that all of humanity achieves self-fulfillment and accepts it’s spiritual responsibility on this planet. That’s probably a long way off, but in the meantime, make your own observations, test these conclusions for yourself and begin looking at life through the colorful lens of this particular belief system.