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   In an effort to preserve and share their ancestor’s traditions and wisdom, the Maya J-Men or Mayan Holistic Healers and Priests continue teaching the young Mayan their healing arts and spiritual traditions. The Maya Foundation In Laakeech and Hacienda Chichen are proud sponsors of their efforts to preserve the Maya Cosmo-Vision and holistic understanding of life.Reserve your stay at Hacienda Chichen to experience one of this truly mystical ceremonies.

DID YOU KNOW: The J-Men or Mayan Shamans and Wiseman Healers suggest that those visiting Chichen Itza should participate in a Mayan mystical KAY NIKTE' full moon ceremonies to renew the inner spiritual connection with our Planet Earth and the Cosmos.

 

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Nowadays, the  J-Men and Elder Wiseman celebrate their Mayan sacred rituals and ceremonies at the sacred site donated to them by Hacienda Chichen, Yucatan.  They work diligently and with utmost attention to detail in all their daily tasks and public affairs.  Don (Mr.) Valerio Canché Yah is the President of the non-profit organization, KUCH KAAB Y'EETEL J'MEN MAAYA'OB, A.C., which has been granted a southeastern portion of  Hacienda Chichen’s Mayan Jungle Reserve for their Sacred Ceremonial Center.  J’Men Bartolome Poot Nahuat chose the site and orientation; then, performed their Sacred New Fire Ceremony: TÁA’JCHE an ancestral ritual of gratitude and respect to Junab K’uj and the Yuumtsilo’ob.  This ceremony was followed by J’Men Ildefonso Ake Cocom's holistic ritual K’EEX for soul purification, oneof the most mystical moments of all.  Maya linguist and teacher, Manuel Jesús B. Ortiz, helped translate the pure Maya spoken by both J’Men to enhance the experience among participants. To see the calendar of events for 2012, please click here.

 

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Sacred Maya Ceremonies offered by the J’Men members of

 KUCH KAAB Y'EETEL J-MEN MAAYA'OB

 

Mayan High Priest Ildefonso Ake Cocom celebrating a mystical Mayan Ceremony in Hacienda Chichen Sacred Ritual Site.The following is a list of the Elder J'Men or High Priests who  perform the sacred Maya rituals and traditional ceremonies offered at Chichen-Itza Sacred Ceremonial Center

Maya High Priest and J'Men, Ildefonso Ake Cocom lives in Sotuta, a town nearby Chichen Itza.  He performs the sacred ceremonies of soul purification and rituals of gratitude to Junab K’uj as well as to bring harmony within the flow of ones life cycle to celebrate love and family moments such as weddings. He is one of the most mystical and spiritually gifted souls we ever known.

Maya High Priest and J'Men Bartolome Poot Nahuat lives in Dzitas, a few miles north of Chichen Itza.  He is a highly respected Maya Priest and a powerful J’Men who celebrates the sacred Maya ceremonies dedicated to the welfare of the community, crops, and whose work blesses the land with ancestral energies and celestial protection.

J'Men Juan Bautista Poot Puc lives in Valladolid, a Colonial City close to Chichen Itza.  A great Maya musician and poet; he plays the traditional Tun Kul to create the sacred rhythmic sounds for most ceremonies celebrated in Chichen Itza Sacred Ceremonial Site.  His poems contribute to the continuation of mystical energy and the beauty found in the Maya spoken language.

Senior Mayan Holistic Healer Beatriz Correa at Yaxkin Spa Mayan Botanica  GardenSenior Mayan Holistic Healer Beatriz Correa lives in Chichen Itza at the Hacienda’s property grounds.  She directs and operates Yaxkin Spa, Maya Holistic Center. As a Mayan Ix-Men and Senior Healer, Beatriz Correa will lead the 2012 New Light Cycle and continue performing many Eco-Wellness Spa Maya Rituals at Yaxkin Spa, especially mystical Mayan purification and holistic healing traditions to reconnect us to Mother Earth. Her kindness has gain her the respect and love of all that know her; and her patience has helped the young females under her teaching-care practice the healing arts of ancient Maya traditions and prepare for the important energy work during 2012 to help our collective spirit awaken our conscious understanding. She will lead the New Light Cycle ceremonies during 2012 at Chichen Itza's Maya Sacred Ceremonial Site.
 

Mayan Holistic Healers Bene and Rita live in Yodzonot Pueblo and work under the guidance of Mrs. Beatriz at Yaxkin Spa, a Mayan Holistic Eco-Wellness Center in Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico.  Both young Mayan Healers are gifted in the holistic healing traditions and herbal medicinal care, speak Maya language and and are Mayan Spa Therapists dedicated to Maya Healing Traditions.

Read Jose Tamay's interview about the Maya Cosmovision, 2012 Calendar and many other traditionsMayan J'Men Jose Tamay lives in Maya village nearby Chichen Itza.  Active Maya Foundation In Laakeech member, Jose Tamay has celebrated many Mayan holistic rituals to Junab K’uj and his Mayan spiritual guardians at the Hacienda Chichen sacred ceremonial grounds.  He has concluded his ceremonial cycle participation on November 11, 2011 (11.11.11) to give way to the 2012 Mayan Female Energy Cycle to prepare our awakening to the New Light Cycle started December 22, 2011. We invite you to read Jose Tamay interview published in Bare Essential magazine, where he talks about Mayan Healing Traditions, Maya Cosmovision and the Maya Calendars.

 

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MAYA CALENDAR:  The Mayan Male Energy Cycle concluded in November 11, 2011 (11.11.11) with J'Men Jose Tamay closing the male energy cycle by celebrating a sacred Saka Maya Ceremony in Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico.  We will welcome the new female energy cycle dedicated to our growth and spiritual (an evolving or rebirth cycle) on December 22nd. 2011 at the start of the Winter Solstice with the Maya female healers, known as Ix'Men activating the New Light Cycle and Wisdom of Mother Earth with a ceremony to Ix'Chel the supreme Maya goddess.

For the Maya Healers, 2012 started a new cycle, a renewal of the female energy in our planet's collective consciousness, a gentler energy that will guide us all to become more aware of our intertwined multidimensional existence and begin the process to awaken the collective mind to reconnect with the Cosmos with a new understanding of Life (Maya Cosmo-vision). To help us prepare for this new Light Cycle, the Maya Female Shamans and Healers will take the caring lead throughout the New Maya Cycle at their Chichen Itza Sacred Maya Ceremonial Site at Hacienda Chichen.

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These are some of the Sacred Mayan Rituals and Ceremonies
celebrated by the above J-Men:

 

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SAKA'
  is cosmic ritual and sacred ceremony offered to the thirteen Mayan levels and spheres of life, where all Heaven Gods and Underworld Gods exist.  The Mayan Gods are called upon to be honored and respectfully request their blessings.  Saka' the Mayan Sacred Beverage is prepared by the J-Men Mayan priest prior to the ceremony; this is done by selecting the best corn (Maize) and the purest of wild honey. The sacred drink, once it is blessed and offered to the Mayan Gods and the Bacabs, is then shared among those that participated in this ritual. Good fortune and healthy crops are associated with this ceremony of gratitude and honor to Noj Yuum k’uj (greater God), Yuum K’aax and all yuumtsilo’ob (godly earth elements),  The Aluxes, Yuum Chaak (rain, godly water element) and Junab K’uj, (deities in charge of nature and the elemental energies of life) are all reunited in spirit with Nature (Flora and Fauna) while the forces of this mystical experience is performed.
 

BÁALCHE' is an important ceremony, where the sacred beverage of the Báalche' is offered by the J’Men to request K’ujo’ob’ (Maya Gods) the peace and harmony of people in their villages and the satisfactory development of their society at work.  Bark from the Báalche' tree is crushed and fermented with pure wild honey, anis, and other sacred herbs, this beverage has a smooth sweet wine like flavor and is given in small cured gourds to the participants once the ceremony is about to end.
 

YA’AXCHE’ is one of the most important Cosmo-vision symbols of all times for the Maya people; this highly sacred Maya ceremony is performed only by the most qualified Maya Priests.  Ya’axche’ represents the center of life on Earth, the connection between heaven, Earth, and the underworld, the Maya’s most Sacred Tree.  La Ceiba, as it is commonly refer to in Spanish, is the center symbol of life and the Planet Earth, its roots cover the underworld levels, its branches reach the heavens and bless the skies, its trunk connects life and the four cardinal points where the Bacabo’ob or Bacabs abide. 

 

KUCH KAAB Y'EETEL J'MEN MAAYA'OB, A.C. - Mayan J-Men, Maya Healers, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, MexicoYa’axche’ is also the Mother Tree for the Maya mystic, a blend of physical and spiritual force manifesting life and vital cosmic energy.  In the shade of these sacred trees, Maya priests and J’Men find spiritual wisdom and brotherhood.  This ceremony marked the Sacred Grounds of their Ceremonial Site in Chichen Itza, located within the Hacienda Chichen Nature Reserve.

DID YOU KNOW: June 21, 2007 we celebrated the Sacred Tree of Life Maya Ritual, J'Men Ildefonso Ake Cocom planted five sacred Ceiba to inaugurate the KUCH KAAB Y'EETEL J'MEN MAAYA'OB, A.C. open-air ceremonial site within the Maya Jungle Reserve of Hacienda Chichen grounds.  Here, the J’Men perform many spiritual Mayan Wedding Ceremonies, within the Tzolkin Calendar.  To request a private Maya ceremony, contact us:    info@yucatanadventure.com.mx   
 

View our 2009 and 2010 Monthly Ceremony Dates.KAY NIKTE’  Mystical Ceremony to celebrate the Full Moon’s energy and spiritual forces, a singing ritual mainly performed by the Ix’Men (female priest) in the moonlight of each month.  Pure fresh water from the cenotes play an important part of this ritual dedicated to Ixchel Goddess

U TS’ÍITS J’AIL TS’ONO’OT Blessing of the water, in Yucatán the Maya Healers and Priest us pure fresh cenote water placed in a clay pot, symbol of Ixchel, to energies the water with Junab K’uj and the yuumtsilo’ob blessings. Maya rhythmic invocations are singed along with prayers and chanting; dancing under the moonlight inside a circle of candles and copal, part of this beautiful ancient ritual.  Some of the bless water goes back to the earth, as the Ix’Men ends the ceremony’s prayers. To see how you can perform your own U TS'IITS J'AIL TS'ONO'OT at home, click here.

 

K'AAM NIKTE' Mayan Wedding ceremonies are highly mystical and traditional among Mayan people in Yucatan.  Hacienda Chichen Weddings in Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico, offers couples this unique experience celebrated under the guidance and authority of the Mayan Senior J-Men and may be legal in countries where religious wedding ceremonies are the only legal requirement for couples to perform.  Please read more details about this nuptial ritual.

 

Mayan Fire Ritual at Hacienda Chichen, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, MexicoKILI'ICH K'AAK  Sacred Cosmic Fire Ceremony, a Mayan ritual in honor of Junab K’uj (One Supreme God) in union with all the celestial spiritual guardians of the Maya, Yuumtsilo’ob. This sacred Mayan ceremony Kili’ich K’áak’ is intimately related to the New Fire Ceremony Taa'jche'

 

TÁA'JCHE' - Mayan Sacred Ceremony of the New Fire; celebrated during the Equinox afternoons each year at Hacienda Chichen Sacred Mayan Ceremonial Site in Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico by the Mayan J-Men of the Mayan Senior Wiseman and J-Men (Mayan Shamans) in Yucatan: KUCH KAAB Y'EETEL J'MEN MAAYA'OB, A.C. under the guidance of Don Valerio Canche and Senior J-Men Ildefonso Ake Cocom. A lovely Mayan fire ceremony rooted in Mayan Cosmovision principals of a Living Universe and humankind placement in the cosmic living energy.

 

CH'A CHAAC Rain-Making Ceremony in honor of Junab K’uj (One Supreme God) in union with all (deities) celestial spiritual guardians of the Maya, Yuumtsilo’ob. and Chaack (Rain god or deity that powers living energy manifested in the form of rain).

Mayan Offerings during U Janal Pixan Ceremony  for the Day of the DeadU JANAL PIXAN is an intimate Maya family ceremony to remember their deceased and their ancestors.  Maya villages prepare with tropical fruits and flowers and with up most care and reverence the “altar” in which the food and beverage for their dead loved ones is to be placed during the first three days of November each year.  In some villages nowadays, this ceremony is celebrated as a tradition that blends ancestral Maya practices with the Catholic belief system, imposed on the Maya during the Colonization of their land.  Nowadays, most Mayan families' religion is a fusion of Mayan spirituality with the Catholic dogma, such fusion has created the current practices and celebrations found in most mixed family backgrounds in Yucatan.  Today, you will find Catholic saint and virgin images placed on the altar as part of the offerings to the soul of those that have left the physical body.  The offerings are exotic flowers, personal things, copal and meals the person enjoy while alive: fruits, kakaw, tamales, along with photographs, cruces and other colorful artifacts are carefully placed among candle lights and exotic flowers.  Praying and fasting is traditional, as is to decorate with flowers and fruits the tomb site, also spend the night in the cemetery next to the tomb of those loved lighting candles, singing the songs they loved, and offering their favorite meals and memorabilia.  Muc bi’pollo, a grant tamale meal, is served in most families during those days.  

 

Mayan Ceremonies and Rituals in Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico

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Mayan Sacred Cave Ceremony: ZUMPUL-CHE for groups of eight or more participants.  Please contact Chichen Services for more information and to reserve dates; by appointment only.

Mayan Wedding Ceremonies: K’AAM NIKTE’ and K’AAM XIIB.  If you are interested in a traditional Mayan wedding in Chichen Itza, please contact Chichen Services for more information.

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Maya Ceremonies and Spiritual Rituals at
Sacred Ceremonial Site of Chichen Itza Year 2014:

Maya Shaman J'Men Jose Tamay closed the Maya Male Energy Cycle on November 11, 2011 (11.11.11) by celebrating a sacred Maya Saka ceremony  to prepare our collective spiritual awakening to the New Light Cycle that started December 22, 2011, a  calendar ritual to open the rebirth of the Mayan Female Energy Cycle that will lead us in 2014.  Maya female healers or Ix'Men will begin the great task of reactivating our connection with Mother Earth and the gentle female light in our collective consciousness to lead us into a new spiritual understanding of Life.

Read about the Maya Cosmo-vision and universe cosmic living conscious inter-connectionsKAY NIKTE' CEREMONY Mystical Ceremony to celebrate the Full Moon's energy and the solar spiritual forces, a singing ritual offering copal and other sacred medicinal plants, mainly performed by the Ix'Men (female priest) in the moonlight of each month.  Pure fresh water from the cenotes play an important part of this ritual dedicated to U TS'ÍITS J'AIL TS'ONO'OT Blessing of the water, in Yucatán the Maya Healers and Priest us pure fresh cenote water placed in a clay pot, symbol of Ixchel, to energies the water with Junab K'uj and the yuumtsilo'ob blessings. Maya rhythmic invocations are singed along with prayers and chanting; dancing under the moonlight inside a circle of candles is part of this beautiful ancient ritual.  Some of the bless water goes back to the earth, as the Ix'Men ends the ceremony's prayers.

YAAX MOLAYIL MAAYA J-MENO'OB Y'EETEL TS'AK YAJO'OB  by invitation only, celebrated by Ix-Men Wise Senior Healer Beatriz Correa.

Events that took place in 2012:

March 21st.
KILI'ICH K'AAK Ceremony honoring Mother Nature's Spiritual Guardians and New Light / Life Ceremony, a Mayan ritual in honor of Ix'Chel (Maya Mother Goddess) and Junab K’uj (One Supreme God) in union with all the celestial spiritual guides of the Maya, Yuumtsilo’ob. This sacred Mayan ceremony Kili’ich K’áak’ is intimately related to the New Fire Ceremony Taa'jche' - Register to participate w/donation.

March 21st. - 2 PM
Mayan Zumpul-che Purification Cave Sweat-bath Ceremony,
  Groups of 15 participants per session, will be conducted in 3 sessions after the Kili'ich k'aak ceremony, if interested in participating click here, take advantage of this holistic Mayan Ceremony experience this 2009 March Equinox, with a special discount price offer of USD $65 plus tax, a 28% discount from the regular USD $90 plus tax price.

May 7th.
U TS'ITSJA'IL YÁALAL JA' - Mayan Ceremony to Bless Chichen-Itza Sacred Site - Sixth Anniversary: Mayan Ceremonial Site at Hacienda Chichen within Chichen Itza sacred zone. This Sacred Maya Ceremony is to honor the Bacabs - Mother Nature's Spiritual Guardians celebrated by J-Men during sunset to bless the land of Chichen Itza and its powerful spiritual flow.  By invitation only.  Ceremony at the Sacred Ceremonial Site of the J-Men at Hacienda Chichen, Chichen Itza.

June 21st.
SAKA Ritual - Sacred Maya Ceremonial Site - Sixth Anniversary: J'Men Ildefonso Ake  will honor the five sacred Ceibas that inaugurated the J-Men's open-air ceremonial site within the Maya Jungle Reserve of Hacienda Chichen grounds. Celebration begins at 10 am; open to public. pledge donation and register.

September Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th.
YAAX MOLAYIL MAAYA ECO-SPA WELLNESS RETREAT - Maya Healer Beatriz Correa and J'Men Ildefonso Ake will offer a Mayan Holistic Retreat and Eco-Spa Wellness Retreat to register participants. This Mayan Holistic Retreat is an all inclusive Eco-Spa Retreat Vacation (same as above retreat services); to get information, program, registration, prices etc. please contact us to preregister now.

October Saturday 13rd and Sunday 14th.
YAAX MOLAYIL MAAYA ECO-SPA WELLNESS RETREAT - Maya Healer Beatriz Correa and J'Men Ildefonso Ake will offer a Mayan Holistic Retreat and Eco-Spa Wellness Retreat to register participants.  This Mayan Holistic Retreat is an all inclusive Eco-Spa Retreat Vacation, meals, meditation, Mayan ceremonies, purification rituals etc; to get information, program, registration form, prices etc. Please contact us to preregister now.

Nov. 1st.
U JANAL PIXAN. Guests may participate by registration or invitation.  Those wishing to celebrate their own family deceased in this Maya tradition need to register and  contact us info@yucatanadventure.com.mx to register their names and get all the information needed for the ceremony.

Mayan ceremony to remember deceased ancestors and friends. The offerings are mainly familiar gifts, sweets and meals the person enjoyed while alive: candy, bread, tamales, along with photographs, candles, cruces (crosses) and other colorful artifacts are carefully placed among candle lights and flowers.

December 21st.
WINTER SOLSTICE (EQUINOX) - A very special date for the Mayan Healers and Priests (shamans) and Senior Healers since both Mayan Calendar Cosmic Events happened together (SUN and MOON sacred Cosmic communion). Registration required to participate in this Special Mayan Ritual; a donation of USD $40 per person required. Please request your registration now.

December 31st.
Do remember to reserve your place in our New Year's Eve: KAY NIKTE' CEREMONY' to be celebrated as part of our New Year's Night Gala, after this mystical Mayan ceremony, a Gourmet New Year Dinner Party will follow.

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