The Pana Maki (right hand) and Lloq’e Maki (left had) are carved, alabaster figures used in Andean energy work by the shamans of that land. These Mesa companions were crafted by the carver Bety, in Cusco, Peru.
A use of the Maki pair was shown to me by don Eduardo Chura Apaza. He cleared a client’s Field of Energy, filled it with the Light of Spirit, then engaged the Pana Maki and Lloq’e Maki to seek and integrate resources for manifestation of our true soul’s potential in the everyday world (the Kaypacha).
Specifically, the Pana Maki is used to connect with the Lineage of Energy Workers. In the session, don Eduardo used his own hand to reach to the sky, symbolically bringing in wisdom from those who have come before us. The Lloq’e Maki was placed at his heart to symbolize a reworking of the Luminous Field with this ancestor energy he had just received.
Used together, the Maki pair illustrate a relationship with the Lineage and its application to this world of our incarnation. They support our reaching for and integration of Spirit into daily manifestation. I keep the Maki pair in a small pouch with my Mesa as a reminder that every Spiritual thought can have profound, practical application.