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1 Ix 2 Wayeb – The Third Day of Wayeb

1 Ix 2 Wayeb

The third day of Wayeb focusses on acceptance. When we combine this with the day 1 Ix, we can understand that it can be about our acceptance of our place as the children of Mother Earth. We are here to care for her. She will provide, but we are not here to plunder her resources. You may have done so in the past, but today gives the opportunity for a fresh start.

We all have a past, and we all have made mistakes. Today is the day to make peace with those mistakes, to accept that they are part of what has created you, now. When you embrace mistakes, you accept yourself, warts and all, and 1 Ix helps you to begin to truly realise your own magical self.  Ix also highlights gratitude, and the occasional lack of it. Today is a day to accept that sometimes you may have forgotten to say thank you, but to resolve to embrace a spirit of gratitude in the future, particularly towards the natural world.

Pawahtuun2
Another portrayal of 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

13 Aj 1 Wayeb – The Second Day of Wayeb

13 Aj 1 Wayeb

The second day of the Wayeb is said to represent recognition of yourself, during your introspective period. Could we possibly have a more auspicious day for this? 13 Aj brings out the leader of people within you, empowered by the spirit world. It shows you your true strengths, how you are able to stand up for and sustain your community. Search inside yourself for what you bring to the world, and how you can create a more harmonious environment for your family and community.

The high energy of the 13th day also illuminates the dark corners. How can the energy of this day help you to overcome what you perceive as your failings or your weaknesses? Allow the energy to bring you strength, the backbone, if you wish to overcome these in the new solar year.

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