Tat Apab’yan Tew
K’iche’ Maya Day Keeper and spiritual guide
Returning by popular demand to North Mountain Visitor Center, Phoenix, AZ.
Friday, April 28, 2017
from 7-8:30 PM
The Chakaruna’s Offering Talk:
The Maya World
Tat Apab’yan Tew will offer an introduction on Maya worldview and speak eloquently about natural laws and other guiding beliefs. Included will be insights into the meaning and usage of the Maya Cholq’ij Calendar in traditional present-day communities in Guatemala. Tat Apab’yan invites questions for discussion.*
Saturday, April 29, 2017
from 10:30 AM to 3 PM
The Spirit Keepers Circle:
The Water Ceremony
Everything has a purpose. It’s what the K’iche’ Maya Grandmothers and Grandfathers from the highlands of Guatemala say. “Everything is sacred,” they add. The Water Ceremony consists of an inner search, led by the voice of the spiritual guide, through the observation of water. ‘Enchanted or magic water’ serves as a conduit and mirror to oneself and to the Sky and the Earth, the Universe. Nearly extinct, the ceremony is presented to anyone interested in self-knowledge and spiritual quest. — Apab’yan Tew, Ajq’ij
Advance registration is required due to space limitations. To reserve your space, email email@example.com or call 928-778-1058.
Our Spirit Keepers Series is offered on a donation basis in order to continue bringing you future events. Unless otherwise noted, the recommended donation for our Friday night talks is $10 with $50 for Saturday experiential circles. To donate online, please Donate page.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds.