The Nahualli Animal Chronicle (Mixed media product)
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Short Description for The Nahualli Animal Chronicle "The Nahualli Animal Oracle" offers a means for contemporary spiritual seekers to receive soul guidance from the Aztec wisdom tradition. Each of the 40 beautifully illustrated cards, which include 31 nahualli animals and nine Lords of the Night deities, represents an essential aspect of human life--such as joy, aggression, or sacrifice.
- Published: 30 September 2003
- Format: Mixed media product 176 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781591430179 ISBN 10: 1591430178
- Sales rank: 646,116
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Full description for The Nahualli Animal Chronicle
An oracle using Aztec animal doubles of the human soul as spirit guides - Contains 40 full-color cards depicting 31 Nahualli animals and 9 Lords of the Night - Provides a means for spiritual seekers to communicate with their own animal doubles - Based on traditional Aztec symbolism "Nahualli" is the Aztec word for shadow soul, the animal double of the human soul. Aztec tradition held that on the fourth day of an infant's life a priest would perform a ceremony to bind the newborn to its animal soul mate. A sacred pact between human and animal initiated a lifelong relationship of mutual protection and guidance. In return for defending its "nahualli, " the human would be endowed with the unique skills, strength, and wisdom of that animal. " The Nahualli Animal Oracle" offers a means for contemporary spiritual seekers to identify their own "nahualli" and receive soul guidance from the Aztec wisdom tradition. Each of the 40 beautifully illustrated cards, which includes 31 "nahualli" animals and 9 Lords of the Night deities, represents an essential aspect of human life--such as joy, aggression, or sacrifice. The book shows how to invoke these powerful entities, through meditation and divination, to intervene in everyday affairs and provide insight into perplexing problems. The authors provide detailed guidelines for interpreting the significance of each nahualli animal or deity, along with an explanation of its mythological origins. Ancient Aztec religious symbolism is reflected in the divination spreads, such as The Five Directions, which is derived from the compass symbol at the center of the intricate Aztec calendar.