1 Tijax 1 Wayeb – The Second Day of Wayeb

The second day of the Wayeb is said to represent recognition of yourself, during your introspective period. This is combined with the day representing the potential for healing, for resolution of duality and for the beginning of removal of that which no longer serves. What do you recognise within yourself which no longer serves a purpose? Perhaps there is an attachment which needs to be severed with Tijax’s obsidian blade. This is a day to identify the things within you that need to be left in the year 4 N’oj as we move into the year 5 Iq’, to detach yourself from those plans or ideas which didn’t make it into the physical world.

Pawahtuun, also known as Mam and god N. Known as the god of the Wayeb and the number five. An old man that carries a conch shell, who was both a beloved creator and a trickster. From the Dresden Codex
Pawahtuun, also known as Mam and god N. Known as the god of the Wayeb and the number five. An old man that carries a conch shell, who was both a beloved creator and a trickster. From the Dresden Codex

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