The Cholq’ij Calendar is a powerful tool for revealing natural cycles that relate to humans. By understanding the Nawal and number (energy) of each day, we are able to harmonize our lives and activities with the natural rhythm and order, advancing our personal and collective development. This tool requires more than an intellectual understanding; we realize it’s potential in our lives as we work with the energies on a daily basis.
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Number 5 is the energy of action and the elevation of creation. Aq’ab’al symbolizes the dusk and dawn; it is a renewing force that allows you to let go and head in a new direction. Enjoy the energy of the Sunrise and the Sunset; let its power flow through your
Iq’ is the wind, the element that governs over ideas. Number 4 represents the balance, it has the energy of the four elements; wind, water, earth and fire. The energies of this day give power to your thoughts and allow you to create your own reality. It is your responsibility
Imox is the energy that governs over change, it relates to anything that is subtle, insightful, and eccentric. Number 3 represents communication, creativity, and optimism. This is a good day to laugh, dance, and sing; a day to have fun and enjoy yourself, to take chances and do things differently,
Ajpu represents the hunter; its power is used to overcome negative energies. Number 2 symbolizes the positive and the negative, it is polarity. Today the energy of number 2 can pull you toward opposing viewpoints; it can bring confusion regarding any decisions you have to make. Connect to the energy
Kawoq represents the group; the family, the community, society. Number 1 symbolizes the force of creation. Strength lies in unity, and society gathers its strength through our actions and thoughts. Make your personal mission a part of the mission we share as humanity. Contribute with your actions toward the common
Tijax represents the double edged obsidian knife that helps us cut through the mysteries of life. Number 13 is the magic of being able to change and create. On a day 13 Tijax you can ask the Creator and Maker for the wisdom regarding minerals and crystals. Today is the
Today number 12 provides you with the energy that allows you to materialize your dreams. No’j is the energy that governs the mind; it is the power of our thoughts and ideas. During this day focus your attention on the fullness of each moment and project positive thoughts.
Ajmaq is the energy of forgiveness, of reconciliation with the Great Father. Number 11 symbolizes learning through experience, it is the challenges that you can transmute to knowledge. This is a day for introspection; remember that self-knowledge can also arise from the difficult moments we face in life. Evaluate your
Tz’ikin possesses the power to develop your intuition. Today it converges with number 10, which grants you access to the Universal Wisdom. Ignite a light blue candle to connect to the energies of this day and ask them that the global consciousness flows within you and that they develop your
Feminine energy is at its peak today; both I’x and number 9 reflect a world of female strength. During this day you are enveloped by the energies of love, spirituality, and the pure and perfect forces of creation. This is a day of high magic in which everything becomes possible.