We are grateful to host healer and day-keeper, Tat Gilberto Guarcax Gonzales for the month of October, in the Bay Area. He is a young Ajq'ij (Mayan spiritual guide) and artist (musician and dancer) of Mayan Kaqchikel from Guatemala.
Tat Gilberto will be sharing his ancestral knowledge of the Mayans with our communities. He will be offering personal consultations, community presentations, fire ceremonies and workshops. You can find his Bio and the information about all of the events below. All the events are in English and Spanish.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Ongoing through the month of October:
Personal Consultations with the Tzi’te’, sacred bundle.
The consultation is a sacred opportunity to have a one-on-one session with Tat Gilberto Guarcax. This is a time to get spiritual advice and healing for personal issues, difficult situations, important choices, or to gain more understanding of your spiritual path, and the steps you can take toward your healing and empowerment. One hour appointments available upon request.
To schedule or knowing more about it please call Marcela Sabin at 510-703-6771 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, October 6th
Community presentation in Sacramento, 2-4 PM
Sol Collective, 2574 21st St., Sacramento, CA, 95818.
Join us for a plática (conversation) to empower the spiritual wisdom keeper who emerges within you. This is a great opportunity to learn about Mayan healing and cosmology practices.
Wednesday, October 9th
“ Winäq” Community Presentation in Oakland 6-8 PM
Galeria Beso Maya
3224 Fruitvale Ave., Oakland, California 94602
The "Winäq" represents the essence that lives in everything. He will share his knowledge of this essence and introduce the Mayan ways of understanding the connection of life.
Friday, October 11th
Community presentation “Weaving ancient sounds, the connection between Africa and America.
Place: The Place,1121 64th St Oakland, CA 94608
This is a presentation about the Mayan, Olmeca-Zapoteca and African traditional music; by Gilberto Guarcax Gonzales, Ernesto Olmos, Dr Yacine Badian Kouyate to honor Indigenous people.
Dr Yacine Badian Kouyate, multi instrumentalist singer song writer from Mali, was born into a family of musician-historians known as “Jali”, who stewards the wisdom traditions of thousands of years of the Bambara and Dogon peoples.www.myspace.com/yacinebadiankouyate
Ernesto Olmos contemporizes the traditional music forms from Oaxaca in addition to creating his own compositions. He creates and uses instruments based on Meso-American ancient design.
Gilberto Guarcax he is and artist (musician and dancer) of Mayan Kaqchikel from Guatemala. He trained as an artist with a group Ch'i'p K'oxomal Winaqil (maya singing) in order to investigate, recover and promote the ancestral knowledge of their Mayan roots in music, dance and performing arts.
Loving donation $20
October 18 to 21 in Phoenix, Arizona
Sunday October 20th 10:00 to 11:30PM
At Spirit Awareness, 2145 West Virginia Ave., Phoenix AZ
This is a great opportunity to learn about Mayan healing and cosmology practices.
Thursday, October 24th
“Q’ij Alaxik” Purpose of life.
Richard Oakes Multicultural Center at SF State 5-7 PM
Mayan cosmovision of the gift that every person brings to this life and is connected to the energy of the day that they born.
Saturday, October 26th
Workshop: Rutzijol Kiniwaqil Ri Qati Qamama” Balam Winaq
“ Sharing The Integrity Of The Mayan Cosmovision”
Berkeley, Church for Today,
1449 Cornell Ave, 10 AM- 5 PM
The workshop is for healers, counselors or people who are interested in a deeper understanding of the Mayan view of creation. This can help us to understand the people with whom we work from another perspective. Gilberto will explain the 20 energies or RAJAWAL and how they manifest in each person in a personal cross. This knowledge help to recognize the individual’s gift and purpose through their path in life. And we will end the day with an explanation and fire ceremony with a unified intention. If you want to reserve your space call Marcela Sabin at 510-703-6771, or send an email to: