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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Within Tijax lies the strength of Mother Earth, which gives you the ability to manage any changes and complications that may come to your life. Number 1 contains great force and power. The energies of this day provide you with the necessary elements to achieve anything you want; number 1
No’j is the energy that governs the mind, knowledge and memory. Number 13 symbolizes the magic of being able to change and create. During this day you can turn knowledge and experience into wisdom and spiritual evolution, just remember that spiritual knowledge does not come only from the brain, it
Number 12 gives you the ability of acquiring new knowledge. Ajmaq represents the wisdom of the elders, it is the day of reconciliation with the Great Father; through its energy you can recognize you innermost essence, grow and bring your mind to a state of forgiveness and enlightenment. Meditate to
Tz’ikin represents the Eagle, which is free from the constraints of time and space, and has the power to mediate between the Great Father, Ajaw, and the human beings. However, today number 11 may bring some unbalance and trials to your life. Even if it feels that things are not
I´x possesses the shrewdness, strength and power of the Jaguar. Number 10 connects you to the Cosmic and Telluric energies. Use these energies to activate the force and qualities of the Jaguar inside you to help you face the challenges that will come to your life.
Aj represents the cane and the cornstalk which provide abundance and the knowledge of knowing how to grow by sharing. Number 9 projects love and compassion. Light a green candle to the Ajaw ―Great Father― to ask for the abundance of food for humanity, and elevate your prayers to ask
E, which represents the roads of life, is the energy that guides your journey and grants you the power of personal realization. Number 8 gives you the energy and ability to focus on the tasks you have ahead. Walk without fear on the path of life that you have chosen,
B’atz’ is the thread of destiny; it represents everything that has occurred to us in the past, anything that is happening now, and everything that will occur in the future. Number 7 symbolizes faith, spirituality and stability. Through these energies you can work on your inner balance, confidence and spirituality
Number 6 symbolizes discord and disruption, but today its energy converges with that of Tz’i’, which represents the authority and the guardian of the material and spiritual law. Ask for the protection and guidance of this Ch’umil, so that it assists you and leads you toward the path of harmony
Toj represents the payment, the offering; it is the power of the Sacred Fire. Number 5 signifies magnetism and luck, its energy allows you to achieve anything you set your mind to. Make Toj an offering by lighting a blue, light blue and green candles; ask for financial stability, for