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.
Ajmaq is the day of repentance, forgiveness, and reconciliation with the Great Father and today it converges with number 1, which symbolizes the beginning. Use the energy of 1 Ajmaq to practice understanding and acceptance; remember that when we love we should not keep track, we should learn to let
Number 13 symbolizes magic and realization, it is the energy that allows you to change and create. Tz’ikin, represented by the bird, symbolizes liberty, luck, love, and fortune. The convergence of these energies gives you the possibility of connecting to the energy of joy, love and abundance; elevate your prayers
I’x is the strength of Mother Earth; it symbolizes the power of the jungle and the protective spirit of the hills, mountains, and plains. Number 12 brings the energy to help others and to practice sharing; it represents the consciousness of being. This is a good day to ask for
Aj brings with it the energy of renewal and resurgence; it is the victory over any evil, the symbol of resurrection. Number 11 represents spiritual tests and payments; it is a day to learn thorough experience and to transmute these experiences into knowledge. Face any challenges that may rise today
Number 10 symbolizes self-exploration; it is a number of energetic highs and lows. E is the path of destiny; it is the guide and the means that help us travel the road of life. This is a good day to leave behind those things that no longer belong to you,
B’atz’ symbolizes life and love; it is movement, dance, and the energy that represents the artist. Number 9 represents the emotional and the intuitive; it is love, compassion, and spirituality. The confluence of these two energies connects you to the energy of love, creativity, compassion and spirituality; don’t do anything
Tz’i’ represents the spiritual and material law, it is the straight path, the law known as the Natural Order, which is a law based on the harmony that exists in nature. Number 8 symbolizes the material and physical world. Connect to the energies of this day and ask them that
Toj is the energy of payment, which repays us for all the good and bad we have done in our lives, and the energy to which we must repay for the well-being and for the challenges it has brought to us. Number 7 represents balance; it is a force that
Q’anil represents the seed, life, and creation. Number 6 symbolizes learning and responsibility. Use the energies of this day to help plant the seeds of love in others. Your words and actions towards others are the seeds that germinate in their heart, be aware of what you are planting in
Kej represents Mother Nature; its energy connects us to the four corners, the four paths, and the four elements (wind, water, earth, and fire); which are the forces and powers that fuel human energy and give us life. Number 5 symbolizes the center, the ethereal element that elevates our thoughts