Weaving the Thread of Time in the Mayan Calendar

Happy new Tzolkin round to all!
Today 18 October 2015 is 8 Batz in the Tzolkin Sacred Mayan Calendar, the day which marks the Quiché Maya New Year.

My previous post about 8 Batz a Tzolkin Calendar ago (260 days ago) has a profound resonance with today. Observing the choice of pictures which inspired me for both these times, I can recognise that their common theme is the warm hearted feminine energies of Mayaland.

Weaver in Guatemala

Weaver in Guatemala

Today I am called to honour the soulful art of the Mayan weavers.
Indeed the day-sign Batz in Quiché Maya, Chuen in Yutatec Mayan language, is represented by the monkey. His long tail illustrates the thread of time linking the many Mayan calendars together. Weaving is a beautiful and colourful art in Guatemala by the Mayan women, relating to their shamanistic roots and their cosmology.

Woven fabric Guatemala

Woven fabric Guatemala

Let’s celebrate the Mayan Calendar new cycle vibrantly!
May we just as skilfully weave the thread of time on our own life path for the next 9 months ahead.
In lakech

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