The Three Incan Laws – How to Create the New Earth

All of the work I share is heart-focused on supporting us into a more compassionate, responsibly conscious, integrated and abundantly expansive, loving, joyous, creative experience. There are many ways, modalities, tools, thoughts, beliefs, and steps people can choose to follow and practice and I in no way discount any of their validity if they feel true to, and work for you. We all find our own way through what resonates for us and all are of value.

Everything is a “tool” that can support us in reconnecting, remembering and reactivating our wholeness. When seen in this way and without attachment or used as a crutch to avoid your own divinity, but rather as reminders and awakeners, then you don’t get lost outside of yourself.

I have found that in all of my years of reading, searching, studying, practicing, listening, observing… that what we think is complex can actually be very simple and that we tend to strive for something that is already within us, feeling that there must be more or that we must attain all the knowledge there possibly is before we can actually achieve or create what we desire.

I find this, for myself, to be inaccurate and that the answers lie in the core of our hearts.

I have always been drawn back to ancient civilizations because of my resonance with their simplicity and potent symbolism and have learned to integrate the timeless wisdom of then into the now. I have many ancient symbols, images and writings tattooed on my body for this very reason – part of creating my skin as my own personal portal of sacred art, helping to heal, integrate, activate, and access – bridging physical and spiritual. In simple terms, to return to the innocence of my wholeness, embody what I’ve come to believe, and to be a beacon simply by that being – be the change.

I’ve written a book on this, which you can find at

In the book I describe how I’ve utilized tattoos in this way and how my hands and arms are the one place I have ancient writings and symbols, while the rest of my body is adorned with images, which include the four sacred directions of the Inca medicine wheel as symbolized by animal totems that are guardians of those worlds.

Included in the writings I wear are the Three Incan Laws or Principles, which are simply encompassed in these three words that hold vast meaning.

I’d like to share them, as they speak to the heart of things in simplicity – how we can personally and collectively create the New Earth.

The Three Incan Laws:

1) Munay:

The energy of universal and unconditional love that resides in the heart chakra, bridging our lower and higher selves and is a consciousness of acceptance and appreciation for all creation and All That Is.

The lesson of Munay is “We are One.”

2) Llankay:

The energy of our “work” or “service” towards all living creations and the universe that resides in our physical body coinciding with the first three, lower chakras. It is a state of consciousness where each individual’s soul purpose, or path in life

The tattoos on my inner arms, where you will find the 3 Incan Laws inscribed along with several other ancient scriptures, mantras and symbols.

is in service to their fellow Man as well as the cosmos/the Divine. Shows us it is wise to live consequently and with integrity and without fear. It allows us to express our creativity through our work and can also be thought to symbolize the power of the physical body, or our animal selves.

The lesson of Llankay is “We are all Connected.”

3) Yachay:

When Munay and Llankay are in proper balance and relationship, it allows one to manifest the third Inca law of Yachay or the energy of “wisdom” and is more of an inner knowing and higher consciousness of our “authentic”, or true, selves residing in our three, upper chakras, centering at our 3rd eye. Yachay allows us to have inner peace and joy, through stillness and presence, as we release our identity with the several roles we play in life which have the tendency to bind us down and prevent us from “remembering” who we truly are. Yachay is all about living in the present.

The lesson of Yachay is “All is Well.”

Living by these three principles help to create a world of peace, balance, joy, beauty, grace, and harmony.

About Tania Marie's Blog

Creating life as a work of art with a magick rabbit by my side. I remember my song. Do you? Artist, Author and Reiki Master Teacher with over 30 years' experience in creative healing arts and metaphysical studies. Tania inspires people globally to return to natural harmony, draw forth imagination to manifest dreams, embody creative empowerment, and live more magickally and abundantly from their most natural frequency – in essence, Tania helps you to remember your song.

Posted on June 3, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 31 Comments.

  1. Beautiful

  2. Beautiful..and inspiring! Thank you.

  3. Absolutely beautiful post as always Tania. Thank you so much for the empowerment.

    Wishing you more Love and Light.


  4. Reblogged this on Essence of Nilaya and commented:
    Shared with honour and gratitude towards Tania Marie for her amazing energy and work.

  5. Hey Tania,
    Hope your well and just wondering if u can email me the meanings of each of your forearm tattoos and if there’s any reason behind the layout.also looking for symbols to represent the 3 me if u can help.

    Keep shining

    • hey buddha! my forearms contain many different symbols and scripture. on the left i have a lotus and cobras with om above, and the mayan symbol for 26 below, then gayatri mantra and one of the 3 incan laws, yachay. on the right i have the other two incan laws, munay and llankay, anam cara which means soul friend/mate and the name of that for me in celtic ogham tree writing, the symbol for reiki within an artistic japanese water motif, in lak’ech which means i am another yourself, as a mayan greeting and two koi fish swimming in opposite directions. the layout happened intuitively and in divine timing..nothing pre-determined and not all done at once..just happened to work out perfectly. i haven’t researched any symbols for the 3 laws, not sure if actual symbols exist, but you could definitely create your own to symbolize the meanings.

      light and love to you

      • Thankyou sooo much for your really does work and you’ve opened me up for more questions to research.all my tattoos have deep meaning and due to an incan warrior being reincarnated i really want to put it into something of my self expression.Thankyou for your time and much love 🙂

      • you are VERY welcome! so happy to hear about your sacred tattoos that you have created with deep personal meaning. i’m glad this has provided more inspiration for you. lots of love to you

  6. I’ve read a few good stuff here. Definitely price bookmarking for revisiting. I surprise how much attempt you put to make such a fantastic informative website.

    • thank you so much for sharing this. i really appreciate your resonance with what you have seen and read so far. i hope you continue to find things of value in what is shared here. wishing you a beautiful new year!

  7. Reblogged this on Tania Marie's Blog and commented:

    Today I am guided to repost a past blog I wrote that shares 3 simple principles that I feel speak to the heart of things and from which all else stems. Embodying these I believe are the foundations for creating the new. In Lak’ech ❤

  8. Enjoy your blog and one reason I visit here is anything to do with Tattoo’s especially the symbolism behind them. I know I am going to get called out for this, but Inca’s and their world view might not have been so glorious. I have 2 personal friends that are Research Archaeologists.
    Hey, I am into connected-ness .and world peace and such, I am not a “downer”, but unless as I have done, major reconstruction and destruction work eradicating the lies of Patriarch and Salvation-ist lies, dealing with our Shadows, we will end up like a lot of civilizations, extinct. Oh, but that is not what people want to hear. They want to think “positive” all the time. They go from this belief to another belief. Pantheistic “heartburn”. Being Warriors to protect society so we can be positive is a thankless non-glorious job. Celebrate when we can, but there is still some work to be done. Please throw in some “meat” once in awhile.
    Love Your “Tats”. PPK

    • thank you so much for sharing this and for the resonation with my tattoos. 🙂 i understand completely what you are sharing. just to clarify, i in no way embrace in totality, any thing out there (any one person’s thoughts, belief systems, etc., but have come to understand that there are gems of wisdom to take from everything and to weed out what does not resonate in my own heart. i believe that there are valuable things to learn from the simple wisdoms and to recognize that we can infuse and integrate those things with the discerning wisdom and learning we have come to embody now so that we can create anew and not repeat the past. i do see how things have gone corrupt in any civilization, at one time or another, but it doesn’t mean some of the fundamentals they may have started from, are not valuable. the journey, to me, is one of integration and healing, as we embrace a return to natural harmony and consciously open to the healing opportunities from the challenging elements that no longer serve us to continue giving power to. i am very much a supporter of working with and facing the shadow and integrating it in order to return to that wholeness. my approach to how to do this may be different from others, as we all have a different path and service and way to hold the individual energy we each are here channeling for the collective. in gratitude for your bringing this to light <3!

  9. Hi !!! I would like to tell you that I really like your first tatoo, and I would love to if you could explain to me with details what is it. Cause I googled the word amcara which is in it, and wikipedia informed that is a title from a best – seller, I really love the first one and I ll really appriciate it if you could explain to me specific the meanning. thanks for your time.

    • hi lina. in simple terms, anam cara means “soul friend” in gaelic. anam is the word for soul and cara is the word for friend. it has more depth than this in terms of the spiritual connection and bond between two souls, but this is the basic meaning. thanks for inquiring.

  10. Hello Tina,

    I came accross your tattoo of the 3 Incan Laws. I think that Is beautiful! I am creating a website about meditation and so much more. My goal is to create a community for spiritual likeminded individuals to come to and learn, write theirs thoughts, and things of sort.

    I am trying to create some peace in this world as well. My question to you is, do you mind if I put up what you wrote? I think that is wonderful information. I am trying to bring other different aspects to this website…things such as my husband uses metalica and metal music as his meditation…different yet I believe has its place. It gets him out of his head.

    Anywayz…if that is ok with you please email me at

    I will make sure to place your name as writers credit.

    Thank you!
    Angela “Butt

  11. Who can argue with this kind of beautiful philosophy?

  12. Good post! We are linking to this great content on our site.
    Keep up the good writing.

  13. Is this Buddhism ?

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