http://www.felisar.com/en/in-lakech-ala-kin
"We, as sacred creatures, have a moral obligation to Spirit to live the code of “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”. It is common knowledge these days that every action we take in our lives affects our life in the widest sense, or even in totality. We understand that if we act negatively, our actions impact all life negatively. It should also be a concrete reality that when we act, think or feel positively, we affect all life in a positive manner. When we live the code of “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”, we know that every action we take is out of respect for all life, and we are living and giving from our hearts. 
We can give our hearts in a positive manner every day by saying In Lak’ech Ala K’in to each other, to the trees, to the sky, to the birds, and to the stars. We can greet each sunrise by saying “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”. Each and every day we have together is sacred, so acknowledge this day by giving it your heart.
Remember when you greet in this way, you are also doing something for yourself! You are not giving your energy away to something separate from yourself, it is not possible. If it were so, you would be a separate being. When you say “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”, i.e. “You are another myself.” you are giving to another part of yourself, and that is you. I understand that these statements sounds like a challenge in these days where the energy is so compressed that we can hardly breathe. However there is one simple exercise that can turn it all around for us, and this exercise is only for us. Each day, simply walk in gratefulness. 
We can say “In Lak’ech Ala K’in” verbally and cordially to that which gives us life everyday, and that is the heart of the Great Spirit, i.e. the heart of love. Love, and appreciation give insight and direction back your heart. You will be amazed at the results, you will see them. If we open our hearts and send gratitude, it opens all doors that were previously closed to us. 
We can practice “In Lak’ech Ala K’in tirelessly, because when and what we give to others is giving to ourselves and we receive. When we give, we receive. So how do we know if we giving right? It is really simple. If we are energized by our giving, we know we are giving from our hearts, when we say “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”. If we feel drained or exhausted, it is possible that we gave out of fear, lack, obligation, ego, or a need to be accepted or liked. 
The more one practices In Lak’ech Ala K’in, the clearer our giving will be and we will learn more how to receive become. Remember … what goes around comes around exactly the way it was sent out. If you don’t like what life is sending to you, do not send and receive. 
When we begin to live and practice “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”, a lot of our old ways of doing things will no longer work for us, we will only have those around us, who will be in cordial interaction with us. We will really feel the gratefulness to the life we have, and love everybody, because everybody is a part of yourself. You cannot act like victims anymore, and you cannot live out of fear either. 
We find ourselves no longer preparing for disaster; instead we anticipate a glorious future. It is time for us to rewrite the prophecies. They have become obsolete. WE should start to create the future right now. When we practice “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”, the future will be unbiased and we will bring those things to an end which have to be finished, by feeling to be in a glory. 
So what kind of world do you want? Don’t just stand there waiting for the world to appear in front of you. Spirit helps those who help themselves. It is up to us. In order to understand the moral code of “Lak’ech Ala K’in” we have only to know it is different than those which we used to. When we practice “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”, we produce and send positive and vital energy” and these energies can literally transform our troubled World into Paradise. 
We are living with our natural abilities to create our reality. We are the collective consciousness of humanity in a positive way. The Cosmic Maya, also known as the “Star Elders” or “Invisible Council”, understood this natural power to create their reality. Their sacred calendars (Tzoklin) mapped the natural laws of the universe. Now it is our turn to come to this understanding. It is time for us to transform as the Star Elders did so many years ago. They are the elders of all of us, for much time has not passed since the countries has been build, borders has been drawn; before that everyone was ONE.
Change the world. The more humanity begins to live In Lak’ech Ala K’in, the less we will think in terms of our separateness from other beings and from universe. There can be no competition, jealousy or envy between us, because we are pieces of each other. We can share and help each other with our connections, ideas and resources without fear that there will not be enough to go around. 
When we live the reality of unity, abundance and wholeness, we will see the unity, abundance and wholeness! The more of us that participate in the creation of a better world, the quicker it will arrive. We will have peace, love, harmony and unity, and will finally have arrived home.”
In Lak’ech Ala K’in

http://www.felisar.com/en/in-lakech-ala-kin

"We, as sacred creatures, have a moral obligation to Spirit to live the code of “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”. It is common knowledge these days that every action we take in our lives affects our life in the widest sense, or even in totality. We understand that if we act negatively, our actions impact all life negatively. It should also be a concrete reality that when we act, think or feel positively, we affect all life in a positive manner. When we live the code of “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”, we know that every action we take is out of respect for all life, and we are living and giving from our hearts.

We can give our hearts in a positive manner every day by saying In Lak’ech Ala K’in to each other, to the trees, to the sky, to the birds, and to the stars. We can greet each sunrise by saying “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”. Each and every day we have together is sacred, so acknowledge this day by giving it your heart.

Remember when you greet in this way, you are also doing something for yourself! You are not giving your energy away to something separate from yourself, it is not possible. If it were so, you would be a separate being. When you say “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”, i.e. “You are another myself.” you are giving to another part of yourself, and that is you. I understand that these statements sounds like a challenge in these days where the energy is so compressed that we can hardly breathe. However there is one simple exercise that can turn it all around for us, and this exercise is only for us. Each day, simply walk in gratefulness.

We can say “In Lak’ech Ala K’in” verbally and cordially to that which gives us life everyday, and that is the heart of the Great Spirit, i.e. the heart of love. Love, and appreciation give insight and direction back your heart. You will be amazed at the results, you will see them. If we open our hearts and send gratitude, it opens all doors that were previously closed to us.

We can practice “In Lak’ech Ala K’in tirelessly, because when and what we give to others is giving to ourselves and we receive. When we give, we receive. So how do we know if we giving right? It is really simple. If we are energized by our giving, we know we are giving from our hearts, when we say “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”. If we feel drained or exhausted, it is possible that we gave out of fear, lack, obligation, ego, or a need to be accepted or liked.

The more one practices In Lak’ech Ala K’in, the clearer our giving will be and we will learn more how to receive become. Remember … what goes around comes around exactly the way it was sent out. If you don’t like what life is sending to you, do not send and receive.

When we begin to live and practice “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”, a lot of our old ways of doing things will no longer work for us, we will only have those around us, who will be in cordial interaction with us. We will really feel the gratefulness to the life we have, and love everybody, because everybody is a part of yourself. You cannot act like victims anymore, and you cannot live out of fear either.

We find ourselves no longer preparing for disaster; instead we anticipate a glorious future. It is time for us to rewrite the prophecies. They have become obsolete. WE should start to create the future right now. When we practice “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”, the future will be unbiased and we will bring those things to an end which have to be finished, by feeling to be in a glory.

So what kind of world do you want? Don’t just stand there waiting for the world to appear in front of you. Spirit helps those who help themselves. It is up to us. In order to understand the moral code of “Lak’ech Ala K’in” we have only to know it is different than those which we used to. When we practice “In Lak’ech Ala K’in”, we produce and send positive and vital energy” and these energies can literally transform our troubled World into Paradise.

We are living with our natural abilities to create our reality. We are the collective consciousness of humanity in a positive way. The Cosmic Maya, also known as the “Star Elders” or “Invisible Council”, understood this natural power to create their reality. Their sacred calendars (Tzoklin) mapped the natural laws of the universe. Now it is our turn to come to this understanding. It is time for us to transform as the Star Elders did so many years ago. They are the elders of all of us, for much time has not passed since the countries has been build, borders has been drawn; before that everyone was ONE.

Change the world. The more humanity begins to live In Lak’ech Ala K’in, the less we will think in terms of our separateness from other beings and from universe. There can be no competition, jealousy or envy between us, because we are pieces of each other. We can share and help each other with our connections, ideas and resources without fear that there will not be enough to go around.

When we live the reality of unity, abundance and wholeness, we will see the unity, abundance and wholeness! The more of us that participate in the creation of a better world, the quicker it will arrive. We will have peace, love, harmony and unity, and will finally have arrived home.”

In Lak’ech Ala K’in