Create the Perfect Environment for Meaningful Dreams!
Mayan childrenare encouraged to remember their dreams, and young adults are identified with the gift of 'day keeping,' and trained to read the sacred calendar and interpret dreams. Dreams are understood as both expressions of the inner self, and, at special times and in special places, communications with ancestors or spirit guides, called Nahuales, giving perspective and direction to the dreamers.
In Mayan areas, special places are set aside called 'dream houses' or 'lineage shrines,' where significant dreams occur. The interpretation of these dreams depend on the dreamer's place on the cosmic tapestry of both space and time, so the calendar becomes an important tool in understanding dream images. The Mayan Dream Box contains both the objects to create a unique environment for dreams, and the tools for determining the Mayan date and aid in dream interpretation.
The Mayan Dream Box:
- Meditation for the time of sleep
- Brass incense burner and wooden base
- High grade Guatemalan Copal Incense
- Mayan tapestry sleeping mat
- Sleeping herb sachet
- Ceremonial cardinal direction candles: white, yellow, black and red
- Dream journal
- Gregorian to Mayan Sacred Calendar convertor
- Nahual day symbols and dream interpretation booklet
Contents are handcrafted, and no 2 are exactly alike.
The Mayan Dream Box is no longer available through Witz Mountain Dreams LLC. For information about dream boxes, please contact the author directly.
Mayan Dream Interpretation and Dream-element descriptions are now posted online and available to all purchasers of the Mayan Dream Box!
Be sure to check out the essays on dreaming on 'The 2012 Page'!
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