When an earthquake or great storm shook the earth, the ancient Aztecs described such power with a single word:

Ollin.

It is a word that can be found on the Aztec calendar and on many of the instruments used in sacred pre-Columbian ceremonies. Pronounced ALL-in, it is an expression of immense depth that conveys intense and immediate movement. Stemming from the ancient Nahuatl language, Ollin is derived from "yollotl," meaning heart, and "yolistli," meaning life. Ollin means to move and act now with all your heart. It means to follow your path in life wholeheartedly. To experience Ollin, we have to get "All in."

When an earthquake occurs, it signals it's now time to move and act with full purpose of heart.