- Personal Ceremonies -
- Mayan Divination's -
There are 4 forms of Mayan Divination. A personal Mayan Fire Ceremony that calls in the Spirits, using the Tzolkin Mayan Calendar to discover your Nahual and destiny is the second, the third is reading a smoking tobacco cigar, and the fourth is The Tz'ite Beans that are used for answering questions. All are forms of divination and communication with all creation energies and they can answer doubts, give one clarity, speak truths, or give one direction when lost in life.
---- Mayan Fire Ceremony ----
Traditional Mayan Divination Ceremony that calls the Spirits. This is an ancient form of prayer from Guatemala that uses the fire to communicate with the Ancestors.
These offerings are a way of giving food and life to Mother Earth. While feeding Mother Earth, the participants also feed themselves. The Fire Ceremony gives life and energy to all those who take part.
In this ceremony we call in the ancestors and spirits, while creating a portal for them. During this time we ask for prayers of healing in our lives. The offerings that we put into the fire carry our prayers to Creator. Each offering carries a different energy and intention, a different prayer, and the combination is a rich banquet of energies offered to Ahua.
Here we create a fireplace, a banquet, a feast for the spirits and Creator. We use no wood, but use candles and delicious sweets; such as copal, cedar, rosemary, sage, tobacco. To even chocolate, fruit, sugar, honey, and flowers. We will make a beautiful altar or mandala and then after evoking the spirits we will burn everything and call in the scared 20 energies.
EN ESTA CEREMONIA LLAMAMOS EN LOS ANTEPASADOS Y ESPÍRITUS, MIENTRAS CREAMOS UN PORTAL PARA ELLOS. DURANTE ESTE MOMENTO PEDIMOS ORACIONES DE SANIDAD EN NUESTRAS VIDAS. LAS OFRENDAS QUE PONEMOS EN EL FUEGO LLEVAMOS NUESTRAS ORACIONES AL CREADOR. CADA OFRENDA CUMPLE UNA ENERGÍA E INTENCIÓN DIFERENTES, UNA ORACIÓN DIFERENTE, Y LA COMBINACIÓN ES UN BANQUETE RICO DE ENERGÍAS OFRECIDAS A AHUA.AQUÍ CREAMOS UN fuego, UN BANQUETE, UNA FIESTA PARA LOS ESPÍRITUS Y EL CREADOR. NO UTILIZAMOS MADERA, PERO UTILIZAMOS VELAS Y DULCES DELICIOSOS; TALES COMO COPAL, CEDRO, ROMERO, SABIA, TABACO. INCLUSO CHOCOLATE, FRUTAS, AZÚCAR, MIEL Y FLORES. HACEMOS UN HERMOSO ALTAR O MANDALA Y DESPUÉS DE EVOCAR LOS ESPÍRITUS QUEMAREMOS TODO Y LLAMAR EN LAS 20 ENERGÍAS.
The Ceremony intervines directly with the birth of the sun.
Mayan fire ceremonies are diverse, they have a clear intention and direct objective. Below are some different reasons to ask for a personal healing ceremony.
Las ceremonias de fuego mayas son diversas, tienen una intención clara y un objetivo directo. A continuación hay algunas razones diferentes para solicitar una ceremonia de sanación personal.
- Asking for Healing / Pedir sanacion
- Gratitude Ceremony / Agradecimento
- Asking for Abundance / Pedir Abundancia
- Asking for advice / Pedir Consejo
- Petitions / Peticiones
- Cleansing of Negative Energy / Retiros de mala energias
- Open up the path /Abrir el Camino
- Coming of Age Initiation / Venida de la edad
- Blessing of newborn (Mayan Baptism) / Baptismo
- Wedding Ceremony (Blessing) / Ceremonia de la Boda
------ Mayan Astrology Reading ------ Mayan Calander Tzolkin / Cholq'ij Kiche Count
The sacred calendar of 20 days, called Cholq'ij (Tzolkin in Yucatan Mayan), came from the human body, from the ten fingers and from the ten toes of the human being. Mayan astrology is system of interpretation based on the Mayan sacred calendar of 260 days. There are at least two different counts of sacred calendar in use; one used by the Maya people, particularly here in highland Guatemala, commonly called the Chol Q’ij or Quiche count; and one used primarily in the “New Age” community often called the Tzolkin. Those 20 days compose a law which controls human being's life, from its conception to its death.
In the 20 days of the Sacred Calendar, all the basic forces of creation and destruction are expressed ; the positive and the negative ; the good and the evil ; the duality which exists in the world, in the society, in the family and in the heart of the human being. From the conjugation of such forces in the lives of individuals, depends the path of existence and of destiny.
The nawal is the Spirit or the Energy, the strength which animates the different days of the Tzolkin calendar. The nawal is the energy, spirit and strength of beings and elements of nature, they are represented by the very elements of nature like the sun, moon, rain, air, water, plants and animals because in the Mayan thought, everything is alive. On the other hand, in the Mayan cosmovision, we all have a nawal that identifies us and connects us with nature, promotes harmony and an existential balance with all that surrounds us.
Using your birth date, discover what Nahual Spirit is you. It is a map created by Ajaw (Creator) that guides us to who we are. Following this map we can better learn who we are and who we are destined to become.
The importance of the Mayan cross and your nahuales is that it helps remind us of our purpose in this world. It guides us to who we are and who to become and it reminds us what we are good at and what we must work on. It helps us connect to all life and to Uk'u'x Ulew (Heart of the Earth).
A Mayan Astrology Reading from the Cholq'ij Calendar includes one of the forms of divination below. (Tobacco or Bean Dvinations)
THE PURO IS A GUATEMALAN Highland CIGAR / TOBACCO THAT IS USED TO DIVINE ANSWERS WHEN SMOKED BY AN AJQ'IJAB.
How the tobacco cigar smokes, burns, & falls divines answers.
They can answer doubts, give one clarity, speak truths, or give one direction.
Tz'ite Bean Divination
The Tz'ite Beans are sacred red beans use by the Ajq'ijab. An ancient form of divination, dated back to the ancient text the Popul Vuj. Communicate with all creation energies. They can answer doubts, give one clarity, speak truths, or give one direction.
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