Facilitated by Michelle Fajkus and Lieke Moras at the luxurious Villa Sumaya at the shores of Lake Atitlán

21-28 May 2022 – book before the 30th of April and receive a 10% discount plus a free massage
3-10 Sept 2022

A bit over a month left, until we start birthing our long dreamt vision.

Deeply nourishing body, mind and spirit with daily yoga practices and meditation.

Introducing our participants into the magical world of the Mayan Cosmovision.

 Diving deeply into the wisdom of the Mayan calendar – which measures the subtle energies of each day, and help us tune in to a natural alignment within ourselves and the creation forces around us.

Sharing tools to enrich your everyday life with the ancient wisdom through simple ritual practices and guided meditations.

All of this, while being held in luxury at the waters of Lake Atitlan, a place of living mythology that brings many people Home to themselves

The Mayan people understand that as human beings, we are not separate from the Source of creation. The same energies that create life move through us. When we tap into this stream of lifeforce every day, we start to notice and experience the qualities that each day – each energy in the traditional Mayan Cholq´ij calendar – brings us. More and more, we will start to move into a natural flow, attracting synchronicities into our lives. In harmony with the subtle energies of nature.

We can bring the wisdom of the Mayan Calendar and the Nahuales into our day through simple rituals and ceremony practices. The Mayan people do so – amongst others – by connecting with the Sacred fire ceremonies, led by the Mayan daykeepers or spiritual guides. They do so to come into harmony with the elements that have created time and our experience on earth. When we start to engage with the energies of the Mayan calendar, we open up to this creative source that is within ourselves. We may experience a deeper connection with life and an acceleration of inner growth. We recognize that we are not separate from everything that exists around us. We are all One. Made up of the same elements. Everything is moving in similar patterns. The Mayan calendar gives a rhytmn to these patterns, measuring the energies of nature´s creation process. We can connect with this cyclical rhytmn to assist our own growth, to be in alignment with the natural cycles of nature, to activate our own creativity and inner processes we move through. It brings so much peace and magic into our lives. You may find that more and more synchronicities are entering your daily life. Let´s play!

Are you ready to experience the shifts in your everyday life, work and creative process once we open ourselves to the guidance of the Nahuales of the Mayan calendar?

Connecting with your own energies according to one´s Mayan Cross is a big key in this. This helps us understand our core energies, our gifts and qualities at birth and explains how to maintain balance to overcome our main challenges in life. It brings insight into our life´s path and soul journey. Understanding our energies and how we relate with the energies of each day is a BIG key in connecting deeper with our core, our creativity, our Aliveness. Knowing how to come back into harmony with our inner nature and life around us.

We welcome you to experience this all yourself. Remembering what it means to truly come Home to ourselves. We are honored to welcome authentic Mayan Ajq´ijab (spiritual guides) who share their medicine with us in the form of a Mayan fire ceremony.

You will also receive your Mayan calendar reading twice – from Tata Thomas, who is Mayan spiritual guide, and from Lieke – who is a student of the Mayan cosmovision through everyday observation of energies of each day since 2017. She has been learning with Mayan wisdom keepers and bridging this wisdom with deep respect as part of her mission in life. Helping bring back the value, respect and wisdom of our elders, making it accessible to the Western world. Same as Michelle, who has been living here at Lake Atitlan since 2015. Learning everyday about the energies of the Mayan calendar.

As the Mayans understand, the mind, spirit and body need to always come together in order to be in balance. Michelle will be sharing nourishing yoga practices to integrate the sharings and daily meditations with the Nahuales into our bodies. Moving the bodies and creating space for our emotions to flow through us.

Do you feel a hearts call to join us? We would love to have you!
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Living in cyclical time. The more we are in tune with nature around us, the planets and the energies of the day, we can observe that all of nature goes in cycles. Just like us – as we are a part of nature. We all come to moments in our life where we seem to be going in cycles, but yet – in a bit of a different way. Spiralling up and down in growth and evolution as we learn and integrate life’s lessons along the way. The ancient Maya have done a huge job in mapping out the cyclical timelines in different calendars, one of them the Tzolkin calendar. After living with the Maya calendar for over 3 years now, I have come to see and experience the ever-deepening depth of this never-ending cyclical calendar with its teachings. It is mesmerizing. The Tzolkin calendar has helped me to come to live in harmony with the natural cycles of time. Why is this so important? For us to come back to the natural rhytm of life, recognizing the cyclical nature around and within us. When doing so, we naturally open up to the essence of our own nature and come to see the contribution of our drops into the bigger ocean.

Not without a reason the Mayan spiritual guides were also called “daykeepers” or “keepers of time”, as they knew how to move with the energies of the day. Or how they would call these energies; Nahuales. Nahuales are the spirits that are present on a certain day, coming with their specific qualities and characteristics. There are 20 different Nahuales or daysigns which change as the sun rises and the new energies of the day become alive. These 20 Nahuales form a combination with one of the 13 different tones. If the Nahuales represent the days, the tones represent the weeks. Together they form 20 times 13 = 260 different combinations and days in the Mayan Tzolkin calendar. This is equilavent to 9 months – see the link? The period it takes to create (human) life. In this way, the Tzolkin calendar helps us to walk through the different phases of the creation process, each day having its own contribution to it. Whether it’s a baby or a creative project – the principle is the same. One year in the Tzolkin calendar is equivalent to nine months and related to the creative process of life.

The Maya honor(ed) the Nahuales and gained big wisdom out of it. A wisdom that is enriched by the possibility to map out this spiral of life into a bigger timelapse. Being able to make certain predictions of what is about to happen on earth in the bigger picture. The crisis on the planet, extinction of species, earthquakes, etcetera. It has all been predicted, mapped out into this spiralling timemap; the Mayan calendar.

Now, as the Maya used to work with that, we can still use this gift that they left amongst us humanity. The Mayan priests used to abdicate their citizen’s profession and roles in the community dependent on their Mayan birthsign, their Nahual. Why? Because this says a lot about the qualities someone is born with and what one will be learning in their lifetime and what will be supportive to them in their life. I see it like a map that helps to understand the evolution of the soul’s journey in one’s life. How will we grow? What will help us grow? What gifts and characteristics are we naturally born with to move through life? Still, we can apply this information into our everyday lifes. It is a simple yet profound reminder of what we came here to do and what comes naturally to us. To see our own part within the bigger creation story of life.

The Mayan calendar helps us to swim with the currents of the river of life, rather than going against the stream. Knowing one’s Mayan sign can be a huge support for creating more ease and flow in one’s life. Beyond that, being aware every day what energies are present in the Mayan calendar can help us plan our life around this. It helps to map out where to focus our energy on a certain day, to know momentum and make the most out of it. That wisdom is still available to us. Simply by being aware of the day in the Mayan calendar. Observation is the biggest teacher. What is happening in and around you? Because thát, is the universal stream of the cosmos that is making its way through you and your day. Cycling up, day by day. You have exactly 260 days to study all the different combinations in a year’s cycle.

How did I start learning about this? In Mayan ceremonies. Around the fire with the Mayan elders. Listening to their stories, observing the fire. But mainly by following the Mayan calendar for at least two years now, day by day. Paying attention to the happenings of the day and the people I meet along the way. Being curious to learn. It all starts to make more and more sense, continuously, like the upgoing spiral of time. Do you want to get to know your Mayan astrology? In the Saq’Be sessions I will interweave this ancient wisdom – as interpreted by my own observations – to unweave a bit of your souls essence into your awareness. Moving onwards, on the Saq’Be, the path as written in the stars.