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.
Thanks to Denise Barrios, we are able to make this information more accessible by publishing the Nawal and number for each day, as well as an explanation for it’s meaning. This information is also being pushed out via social media.
The Ch’umil of this day speaks to us about the importance of caring for our vital energy. Kan is the symbol of the divine force, it is the energy of the cosmos and the earth. Its power is related to the spiral that contains our genetic code, our internal and
This day teaches us about the importance of strengthening each of the four planes of existence, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual, so that our realization is whole, it tells us that everything in life should be an equilibrium. Today the energies give us the power to unravel that which traps
Aq’ab’al is the first ray of light that emerges to bring consciousness, to bring an awakening. This Ch’umil contains within it the knowledge of the past, the present, and the future, it is the power that allows us to bring them together, that illuminates our inner wisdom and connects us
Iq’ is the wind that gives strength to our thoughts. Its energy has the power to cleanse our body, mind, heart, and spirit, to renew us, to transform ideas and generate changes; it is the sacred wind that purifies. It is the divine breath, the breath that gives us life,
Imox is the force that connects us to the undiscovered reality, to the unexplored spaces, to all that is unusual. It is the Ch’umil that allows us to perceive the cosmic messages and to enter the magical-energetic plane. Its energy is related to water, it is a power that cleanses,
Ajpu is the blowgun hunter, it is the spiritual warrior that radiates strength and certainty, it is the energy of Father Sun. This Ch’umil gives us the ability to be connected with everything that surrounds us in order to obtain certainty in what we do, to be fully aware of
Kawoq is an energy that teaches us that although each one of us has come to this plane to fulfill an individual purpose, we also share a collective purpose that is linked to each being and to nature; that we are all connected. This Ch’umil symbolizes the earthly and cosmic
The energy of Tijax brings healing and harmonization to every plane of existence. This Ch’umil, which is represented by the obsidian stone, contains within it the force of the lightning, it is the tectonic movement, the inner fire of Mother Earth, the power that provokes changes and which brings liberation.
The energy of this day reminds us that we should always be open to new learnings, to new possibilities, for when we are receptive to expand our wisdom and consciousness, we connect with the consciousness of the Cosmos and the Earth. The expansion of our being is impelled by the
Ajmaq is the curiosity that exists in each of us, that which emerges at the moment we become part of this reality. It is the force that motivates us to investigate, to discover, it is the connection to our ancestral lineage and to the spiritual masters that guide our path