Maya Ajq’ij Lina Barrios in Santa Fe, NM July 7-17, 2015
Mayan Ajq’ij (spiritual guide) Lina Barrios will be returning to Santa Fe with Denise Barrios in July to present an evening workshop series, give a free public talk, provide personal consultations and share a fire ceremony. Our guests from the highlands of Guatemala will provide a primary level workshop for understanding and working with energies of the Cholq’ij to create balance and harmony. This is a rare opportunity to experience the teachings and practices of an ancient, living lineage directly, in a way that brings benefit for individuals, families and communities. Lina and Denise arrive in a spirit of generosity, grounded in the practicality of a tradition capable of fostering both personal development and deep, integrated alignment.
Contact Saq’ Be’: 505-216-6766, SaqBe1[at]gmail[dot]com
- July 7-17: Personal Consultations – Mayan Astrology, Divination, Healing, Energy Cleansing. $52/ 50min
- July 13: Talk – Maya Healing. Free (Suggested Donation $10)/ 6:00-7:30PM – New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts, Santa Fe
- July 14 & 15: Workshop – Healing with the Energies of the Cholq’ij Cost: $35/ session; $60/ Series; 5:30-7:30PM. Includes Fire Ceremony (see below). – New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts, Santa Fe
Healing with the Energies of the Cholq’ij
An evening workshop series
July 14th & 15th, 5:30-7:30PM – New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts, Santa Fe, NM Cost: $35/ session; $60/ Series
Each participant will work with a problem they are facing at this moment of life. Together we will learn to use the twenty cosmic and telluric energies of the Cholq’ij Calendar to overcome that specific problem. This workshop will teach participants how to use the Maya Calendar to face any future problems that may rise.
Attendees of the workshop are invited to attend a fire ceremony the following day. Details, including location (in Santa Fe), to be shared at the workshop, $10 materials donation suggested.
Public Talk: Maya Healing
Free Talk (Suggested Donation $10)
July 13th, 6:00-7:30PM – New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts, Santa Fe
Maya culture, with 5,200 years of existence in Mesoamerica and with its close connection to Mother Earth, has accomplished different natural techniques of healing the body, mind, heart, and spirit. These techniques range from the use of plants and herbs, to minerals, steam, flowers, and fire, all combined with the energies of the Calendar of Life (Cholq’ij). Each of these healing techniques is practiced by a specialist. For example, the people who work with plants and herbs are called the Ajqayis, the people who work with the minerals are the Ajab’aj, with the steam the Ajtuj, with flowers the Aj Cotz’ij, and with fire the Ajk’at. During the talk we will speak about these techniques and others like healing with the flint knife, healing through sound and using chants and prayers to lift the spirit of a person who died in an accident.
Lina is completely booked and we are not able to accommodate any more sessions this time.
July 7-17; Appointment must be scheduled. Cost – $52/ 50 minute session
Lina Barrios will be available for consultations in person (at various Santa Fe locations). Please book an appointment early as openings are likely to fill up completely.
Interpretations of Mayan Sign
The Sacred Maya Calendar has 20 energies which are complemented by 13 different numbers or levels. It is the combination of an energy with a number that gives us our personality. According to the Cholq’ij Calendar, each person, depending on their date of birth, has specific talents, strengths and weaknesses. By getting an interpretation of your Maya sign you will understand your energy and learn how to use it to its full potential. You may wish to bring a recording device or take notes during this session.
In the Maya world divination is done with the seeds and stones of the Sacred Pouch. This form of divination is used to give us a guide and a specific answer to questions on situations that are affecting the person in order to help them make a better decision. This type of divination is probably the most ancient one that is still being used.
By using the healing power of the obsidian stone one can heal illnesses or eliminate the negative burdens from our body, heart, spirit and soul in order to become lighter beings and to obtain a better quality of life. When using the obsidian stone together with tobacco smoke ―a plant that is considered sacred to many indigenous peoples from the Americas ― the energy of the person can be lifted and strengthened, developing a protective shield for when a person’s energy is weak so they become less energetically vulnerable to illnesses.
In the Mayan world healings are often done with tobacco, sacred stones and/or oils with the intention of either healing the person completely or helping them feel relief, this depends on the strength of the illness.
MAYAN SACRED FIRE CEREMONY
The Mayan Fire Ceremony has been practiced for thousands of years; according to the Mayan tradition the first Fire Ceremony was offered by the four B’alaneb’ (semi-god, jaguars) who suggested that every time that we needed to be in contact with god, we could make a Ceremony and he would listen and help us. $10 materials fee, donations welcome.
CONTACT SAQ’ BE’ FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND TO ENSURE A SPOT.