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.
Imox puts the mind in a receptive mode, increases the spiritual strength, and manages the energy of change; it represents the inner space of the mind and the connection between concepts. Number 5 symbolizes the fifth element; it is the elevation to creation. The energies of this day allow your
Ajpu represents the spiritual warrior and the hunter. It brings certainty, directness and decisiveness. The number 4 projects stability and security. Focus your energy on your spiritual path and that which brings stability into the world across the four planes of existence: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. This is the
Kawoq means the strength of unity; it represents the family, the community, the society, and the group. It is the energy of abundance, in both the material and the spiritual sense. The number 3 represents communication and creativity, the fruits of our efforts. Connect with today’s energy to clarify the
Tijax represents the double bladed knife, the ability to heal or to injure, to open new pathways. Tijax is the lightning and the obsidian. The number two represents duality and union. Take care today to find kind words an not be cutting in your relationships. Draw on the opportunity afforded
No’j is the connection between the Cosmic Mind and the human mind; it is the power of the mind, of thoughts and ideas. No’j represents patience, nobility clarity and sublime love. Number 1 is an energy that brings creativity and innovation; it represents unity and the beginning. During this trecena
Ajmaq represents curiosity, it is the day in which questions arise and we can delve deeper into the purpose and direction of our lives. Number 13 is the energy that connects us to the knowledge and wisdom we have gained through our past experiences. During this day you can learn
Tz’ikin, the bird, projects liberty, good fortune, and luck. Today the energy of Tz’ikin flows with that of number 12, which brings an energy that helps you materialize your dreams. The convergence of these two energies help you accomplish anything that you can imagine, an auspicious star guides your steps
I’x is the female energy, the creative impulse of the Universe; it possesses the power to expand our mind, and gives us the strength with which to reach high levels of consciousness, granting you inner strength and magic. Number 11 stands for the cycles of life, it symbolizes learning through
Today both number 10 and Aj represent the pillars that connect the cosmic and the telluric energies and which connect you to the Heart of the Sky and the Heart of Mother Earth. Feel the energy of Mother Earth thorough your feet and elevate your hands to receive the cosmic
E represents the road or path of one’s life, the sacred road or Saq’ Be’, as reflected by the milky way. It is the road upon which merchants travel to conduct their business. Number 9 represents the emotional, the intuitive, and the creative. Align with today’s energy to awaken the