Here are the days of the Chol Q’ij mapped onto the Gregorian month of March 2022.
We are now coming up to one of the most important days in the sacred calendar, Wajxakib B’atz, the renewal of the ceremonial cycle. This will occur on 15th March.
We will also be passing through the time of Equinox, which will occur this year at 15:33 UTC on March 20th, 09:33 Guatemala time.
Please click the calendar for a larger version to print out if you would like to. In the table below the calendar are clickable links to my interpretation of the energy of each of the days. Please be aware that although they might refer to Gregorian dates in the past, the energy of the day according to the sacred calendar will be the same.
If you would like the calendar for the whole Gregorian year of 2022, it is now available for purchase as a pdf in either English or Spanish here. The printed version, in English only, is now available at Palo Santo, Nectar and Lava Love Cacao stores in San Marcos la Laguna.
If you are the more technically minded I have also created a plugin for Google calendar which will enable you to track the days of the sacred calendar on your smartphone. In this way you can ensure that your activities are aligned to the most conducive energies! It is available for purchase here.
|Gregorian date ||Day Name (Clickable) ||Keywords, ideas, concepts |
|1 ||7 No'j||Finishing the ideas, choosing between the plans |
|2 ||8 Tijax||Healing ceremony day |
|3 ||9 Kawok||Celebration of midwives and female healers |
|4 ||10 Ajpu||Finding the divine in community |
|5 ||11 Imox||Strong, but directionless dreams |
|6 ||12 Iq’||The voice of experience speaks |
|7 ||13 Aq’ab’al||Conception from the spirit world |
|8 ||1 K’at||Beginning to gather the harvest The Trecena of K'at begins |
|9 ||2 Kan||Self-sacrifice brings wisdom, power in relationships |
|10 ||3 Kame||Look inside for spiritual transformation |
|11 ||4 Kej||Bringing the strength of the wilderness to the world |
|12 ||5 Q’anil||Working on the maturing process |
|13 ||6 Toj||Stabilising the community through offerings |
|14 ||7 Tz’i||Faith in the destination, final judgement |
|15 ||8 B’atz||Celebration of creation, beginning of the ceremonial cycle |
|16 ||9 E’||The path of life |
|17 ||10 Aj||Harmony in the community |
|18 ||11 Ix||Many ways to engage with Mother Earth |
|19 ||12 Tz’ikin||Use your life experience to bring prosperity |
|20 ||13 Ajmak||Forgiveness from/of ancestors, release ancestral karma |
|21 ||1 No'j||The new plan, new ideas to solve problems |
|22 ||2 Tijax||Healing duality, unity through partnership |
|23 ||3 Kawok||Flush away the old, the new world springs from within |
|24 ||4 Ajpu||Stabilising the holy into the physical world, creation day |
|25 ||5 Imox||Working on the dream |
|26 ||6 Iq’||Stable communication possibly from divine sources |
|27 ||7 Aq’ab’al||The concept is completed |
|28 ||8 K’at||Celebration of abundance, Harvest ceremonies |
|29 || 9 Kan||Empowerment of women brings wisdom |
|30 ||10 Kame||Spiritual transformation within society through co-operation |
|31 ||11 Kej||Strength and determination without direction |