“The traveler sees what they see, the tourist sees what they have come to see.” – Gilbert K. Chesterton
Nahual E’ represents the road and the path of life. It guides our inner and outer journey to connect with our essence. E’ brings adventure, exploration, and movement as it helps us grow. This Nahual bridges cultures and the spiritual and human dimensions, inviting us to take a personal quest.
Nahual E’ may move us on an inner exploration to integrate and remember who we truly are. At times, this can bring a strong sense of restlessness. E’ people are sensitive souls who love people yet also need to spend time by themselves to recharge. E’ brings the reminder that it’s not about the destination but the journey.
Journal prompts to connect with E’:
- What was one of your most memorable journeys? Why?
- Where would you like to travel next?
- What spiritual path are you interested in exploring?
- Write about a time when you had to choose between two paths and how that unfolded.
To connect with E’, Travel to an unexplored place, a new city or country. Explore a distinctive culture, talk to a stranger, go for a ride on your bike or a walk through the countryside. Look at the world with the curiosity and open mind of a young child.
The 13 Days of the E’ Trecena
October 2-14, 2022
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.” – Matsuo Basho
|1 E’||New path, novel journey of the pioneer; explore, try something new|
|2 Aj||Weighing the options of home comforts versus being on the road|
|3 Ix||Look inside to find your sacred self|
|4 Tz’ikin||Ask for clarity of vision; what is your path and how to prosper on it?|
|5 Ajmaq||Forgiveness from work (take a break); do spiritual work on forgiveness|
|6 No’j||Consolidate your knowledge about this new path; do the research|
|7 Tijax||Cutting the last cord; setting yourself free; ultimate healing|
|8 Kawok||Celebration of new life; gratitude to female healers and midwives|
|9 Ajpu||Seeking the hidden/mystery on our divine life path|
|10 Imox||The communal dream; connect with bodies of water|
|11 Iq||Unpredictable winds; meandering creativity|
|12 Aq’ab’al||New dawn, revelation, light path of cumulative life experiences|
|13 K’at||What we carry/gather from Spirit and the ancestors|