Hanal Pixan : Maya “Day of the Dead”


 The Maya People from Ancient Times have respected and honored the “DAY OF THE DEAD” because they believed in the Immortality of the SOUL-SPIRIT and that the Spirit could return every year in the dates scheduled for the celebration they called “HANAL PIXAN”. In Maya “HANAL” means Food and “PIXAN” means Soul-Spirit so it can be translated as “Food for the Soul”. Miguel Angel will talk about what the “Food” really means and the different types of Altars and will also share the special Prayers, Maya Mantras and Meditations to help connect with the pure Spirits who return during this special time.

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