Shampoo de Romero y Savila ~ para los “highlights” (canas)

Shampoo de Romero y Savila


1 taza de ramitas fresca o seco de romero
1 taza de sabila
2 tazas de agua
2 tsp de shampoo – clear shampoo (I used a trade joe’s brand)
A strainer/cheese cloth

Bring water to a boil, then add Romero, boil for 10 mins, then allow this to cool down. Place the tea and sabila in the blender, do not add shampoo yet. Find your favorite shampoo container add shampoo and concoction you blended after straining through the strainer/cheese cloth.
Use: massage into hair around face, roots, and finally ends of hair. Rinse hair with water well as to not leave any in the hair. Apply conditioner as usual, untangle or brush as usual.
If refrigerated, can last 30days.

Sabila: antibacterial, moisturizing, prevents hair loss, fights dandruff and acts as a conditioner.
Romero/Rosemary: encourages growth, provides shine and provides softness to the hair.  Helps cease dandruff, erases white highlights aka grey hair.

Medicina Tradicional Mexicana


Welcome, divine friends and fans!


We are blessed with quantum leaping into each other’s lives.  Welcome to my world of ancient history as it relates to today.  Many of our environmental problems would be solved today if we apply our ancient past to our way of living, eating and sharing.

Thank you, so much for visiting

May peace grow in your hearts. ~

Wink Z’Ek Balam returns to Chicago 2017

balam nowIn May of last year 2015, Guillermo Jaimes Gonzalez Soto, came to Chicago for the first time.  He gave a conference that he has given before in Atlanta, Spain, and Mexico:


Ingenieria Humana (Medicina Maya)

He sees patients after his conference where he gives in-depth transformational knowledge.  Knowledge based on ancient science and his own wellness research and education.

Schedule your next consultation with

Wink Z’Ek Balam, Mayan messenger,

this Fall 2017:

  • Human Engineering Mayan Medicine
  • Science of health and wellness from ancient past
  • Cultural Identity
  • Sun Stone calendar for daily living

Sun stone








Wink Z’Ek Balam:

  • a teacher of Instituto Polytechnico National de Mexico for 27yrs
  • 88 year old “plus tax” (that’s how he refers to his age)
  • Eminent scientist
  • wrote over 57 books
  • lives in Mexico with his 90 year old wife


He will be serving only a limited amount of people on his visit to Chicago.   For a full consultation Balam is asking for:

  • your full name
  • your date of birth and time
  • location of birth
  • and a fee
  • the fee includes the herbal remedy


Thank you ~

(I will update this. Information is subject to change)

Balam’s wife, Tina, turns 90 years 2016

Tina y Balam 90 yrs







Wink Z’Ek Balam’s wife turned 90 years old this past February 2016.  It was an honor to be present for this grand occasion with the family and friends of the honoree, Tina.  She lives in Mexico with her husband the scientist and former teacher for 27 years for Instituto Polytechinco National de Mexicano.   Tina is one of the last living elders that has ran with Cuauhtemok sacred staff to Ixcateopan, GRO.  Every year in February Aztec dancers from around all over Mexico and abroad meet to offer danza, copal, sweat, atecocolli, drumming, and unite to celebrate the birthday of the last leader of the Mexika Aztec people.

Balam and Tina youthful








Balam and Tina in the early 1900s.






“The Universe is Wise and Loving”


In 2012, I set out to co*create with a wise and loving universe in Mayan country.  It was December 2012, and I stood outside of Chichen Itza at a tree, praying.  Asking for permission to walk in for the first time to the presence of el Kukulcan.  I stayed outside for two hours, then…I heard the drum, the Huehueteros calling me.  I had heard my first signs of other danzantes presence for this grand moment to honor the calendar caretakers, makers of el Kukulkan.

I went in with the press, somehow the doors of wisdom opened, and I walked right in like flowing water; free.  At the foot of the Kukulcan, I sat down to meditate on where I would be sleeping that night.  I met two danzantes there, and they invited me to an all night ceremony with a Mayan community in Kunkunul.  It was a great honor to meet these warriors, who I was able to serve in what came along our journey.  Serving the elders, women and children, and the warrriors with tabacco, song, copal, self love, memory and cooking.  For this journey, I am always grateful that a wise and loving universe allowed me to embrace ancient culture and wisdom.

I met a curious and open woman that I will never forget.  It may have been her first visit to Chichen Itza, and she found me talking with another danzante.  We never spoke again after this experience, but my friend found this video of me there.  He says he really liked her astrology videos and one day noticed what looked to be my face.  I told him yes, I met her at the foot of the Kukulkan, while I was still collecting funds for the night’s resting location.  I had my color book markers I made especially for this visit.  All of my book markers had messages of love, healing, and life responsibility.  One of them was:

“The Universe is Wise and Loving”

Grateful to have co*created for just a moment with this woman, Nadya Shah.  Thank you, for putting me on the map, Nadya Shah, I wish to meet you again.  Maybe we can continue to help each other out along the road.  I went back the following year to again honor the elders of Mayan country.  I never saw her again, by now she is probably famous and making lots of money somewhere, while I still learn how to materialize my talents into abundance to continue my journey honoring our elders, children and ancestors knowledge.

Phone call with the Elders: Wink Z’Ek Balam’s reaction to David Bowie ~


balam now

The greatest heart at age 89, answered the phone when I called Wink Z’Ek Balam, Guillermo Jaime Gonzalez yesterday.  She is Wink Z’Ek Balam’s wife, Tina.  I had just spoke to her a few days ago, she said, I’m turning 90 next month in February!  I would like for you to join me in celebrating. She said, I found a piggy bank the other day, I can help you with your return flight back to Chicago from Mexico.  Woawa, I cried as I heard her say this.  I cried because she has a huge heart.  She is a great example of love and support for the family.

I told Balam that we are in sub zero degree weather in Chicago.  Brrrrr, cold!  weather changeHe went down his list of countries being affected by the weather and had a response for this.  He said we must look at how we are eating again.  He said that is why you must take this combination of teas to keep your body up to speed with the weather changes.

He wants to come back to Chicago to share his research.  He is thinking, February 2016. I tell him this is too soon, but he is ready.  Wink Z’Ek Balam is an elder that has given world wide conferences on “HUMAN ENGINEERING, MAYAN MEDICINE.”  He was just here in Chicago March 2015.

Then he got series on me, he said, did you hear….yesterday….a 69 year old died….David Bowie se murio, David Bowie died.  He said to me, we have much work to do.  He said, he died of cancer.

I am sure, Wink Z’Ek Balam thinks David Bowie could have lived longer had he been given the right combination of foods and his solar calendar chart.  Balam has cured himself of this disease and has been helping others on their journey to balance through his science and research. Wink Z’Ek Balam was an engineer at el Instituto Politecnico Nacional de Mexico for 27 years.

I am sure, Wink Z’Ek Balam thinks David Bowie could have lived longer had he been given the right combination of foods and his ancient solar calendar information.

You are all invited to meet Wink Z’Ek Balam, Guillermo Jaimes Gonzalez Soto, in person during his 88th’s rotation around the sun.   Our ancient ancestors knew of preventative medicines, food and herbs that help end today’s major illnesses:  obesity, diabetes and cancer.  Who said its not possible?  Balam will tell you it is possible, he is a living example of healthy life style well into his late 80s, along with his soon to be 90 year old wife.





Bienvenida a Huitzilopochtli


El regreso de Huitzilipochtili se celebra el 21 de diciembre.  Es el tiempo cosmico del año en el que nuestro sol  esta más lejos de nuestra madre tierra, Tonantzin Tlalli Coatlicue. Es el día más oscuro porque hay la menor cantidad de luz que llega a la tierra. Es un momento en el hemisferio norte, en que el sol hace su viaje más lejos de nosotros y luego comienza un viaje de regreso a nuestra tierra alumbrandonos mas con cada dia que pasa hasta el 21 de Junio, el solsticio de Verano. Cada día que pasa después del 21, 22, 23 de diciembre, el sol nos brilla mas nuestra tierra.

En tiempos antes de la invasion de los espanoles en Tenochtitlan, se celebraba este tiempo cosmico con la naturaleza.  Era la época del año en la que se podría dejar de lado los accesorios o emociones que no necesitabamos.  Asi como las ojas de los arboles se cain, tambien nuestra persona dejaba ir lo pesado  o no necesario del an~o.   Los arboles como ejemplos de esta vida cyclica, se adornaban por su abundancia en el verano. 


En este tiempo del an~o se adornaban los arboles.

tree decorating

Durante esta Vientena, Panquetzaliztli, se celebraban los pantlizi, las “banderas.”  Las celebraciones de las Vientenas estan escritas en los codices.  Hasta la fecha muy poca gente le interesa saber mas sobre esos codices.  Espero que con este escrito haga mas interes en nuestra profunda historia cosmica de la gran Tenochtitlan.

TLAZOKAMATLI – por leer ~

codice tovar