6 Death (Kame or Cimi): Meaning of the Mayan Nahual
Death means transformation and change. Kame or Cimi is a day to be prepared for changes and to make changes. It is also a time to honor the ancestors.
It is a good time to end a relationship of any sort. Death is a good day to communicate with the ancestors and thank them for all they did for us, and to ask for guidance in the future.
Meaning of the Number
The coefficient 6 is one step before the middle of the 13-day trecena. It is well balanced and strong. However, some Kaqchikel and Ki'che' Maya disagree on the esoteric meanings.
The Kaqchikel consider 6 days as bringing life experiences or challenges that lead, hopefully, to learning, while the Ki'che' offer more positive meanings to the number.
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