Where did worry dolls originate ?
The story of worry dolls is a well told Mayan legend. The origin of the Muñeca quitapena refers to a Mayan princess named Lxmucane. The princess received a special gift from the sun god that allowed her to solve any problem a human could worry about. The worry doll represents the princess and her wisdom.
YAXCHE Mantra For Letting Go...
I LET GO OF ANYTHING THAT IS WEIGHING ME DOWN.
I TRUST THAT I AM PROTECTED.
I BELIEVE IN MY PURPOSE + PATH.
I RELEASE ALL IN MY WORRIES.
I LET GO + GO WITH THE FLOW.
CALM IN A CUP . WISDOM IN A CUP . ENERGY IN A CUP . LOVE IN A CUP
trust the path unseen . inspire love . take a risk . keep the wild in you . be fearless . be kind
YOU ARE MAGIC
. SIP WITH INTENTION .
. LIVE WITH PURPOSE .
In the Mayan tradition in place of letters they use glyphs. Each letter represented by a glyph is a symbol + together the symbols become art. LOVE spelled out above is the undercurrent of the YAXCHE mission. We encourage you to BE LOVE, TRUST LOVE + SHARE LOVE.
Continue to chase the light + trust in the magic you possess. Believe in yourself...you are most certainly some kind of wonderful + there is nobody else like you.