White Worldbridger is a modern renaming of the Mayan day of death. For the Maya, dying was a welcome transit to heaven that was favored over the grueling demand of a physical lifetime. This tradition of trust in crossing over to be met by angels and ancestors has largely been lost in our industrialized world. White Worldbridger‘s renaming helps us link the concept of death to its truth as a passage from one world to the next. We’re guided to allow necessary and organic deaths to arise so we can create room for new life. Although we may not physically cross over, we can commune with our ancestors and other heavenly creatures. We can start to familiarize ourselves with the place to which we will also return.