The second edition of the Meeting of the Moon and the Sun will be held from Friday 10, through Sunday 12, February in Playa del Carmen.
Georgia Maricchio, organizer of this event, said they seek to provide the learning and wisdom of the ancestors to those involved and, through this, achieve personal growth, “being able to reconnect with your higher self” and even bring all that knowledge to everyday life.
In a press conference, which was accompanied by Mayan priest Luis Nah, Georgia Maricchio stressed that this three-day meeting “is to learn, receive tools for your personal growth, reconnect, and re-find you.”
During the meeting, “we will work to unify the masculine and feminine we have inside so we can live in harmony,” which can be achieved, he says, through the teachings of the grandparents who will participate and share talks with the attendees .
Mayan priest Luis Nah, who is based in Playa del Carmen, said he will give lectures in which he will address issues related to Mayan history, dance, music and ceremonies, as well as how the present and future world is perceived.
Luis Nah emphasizes that the Meeting of the Moon and the Sun will be full of culture and spirituality, in which the attendees may have different options to obtain knowledge of the cosmovision, mathematics, Mayan language, and even philosophy- There will also be an analysis of the fragments of the sacred books Chilam Balam and the Popul Vuh.
All the teaching and wisdom can be obtained from the exhibitions that the participating grandparents will make, among others: grandmother Floridelma Chí Poot, loader of the Talking Cross; Don Luis Nah; the grandfather Jesus de la Cruz, the community Wixarika, Fernanda Montiel and Oscar Bolivar.
Georgia Maricchio also said that there will be artists participating, among whom she mentioned Ira Calixto, Dana Arabel, Suhuy Alessandra Montana and Beto Cuevas, Ale Sai, as well as Carlos and Michelle.
In general, during the meeting you will be able to obtain “ancestral knowledge, art, workshops, concerts, sacred fire lighting ceremony, recognition of our ancestry, cacao ceremony, temazcales, sun salutation ceremonies, singing circles, medicine songs, ancestral dances, talks with the grandparents, ceremony of the sacred pipe, circle of open questions to the grandparents, psychomagia around the fire, kirtan, crafts market and super foods. Everything that helps to remember who you are, to reconnect with your higher self and to bring all these tools to your daily life,” she said.
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