Trauma serves as the doorway where we choose the door (portal) to a new dimension that humans call death or choose the heart-based path of life and continue to walk in goodwill and Chi Miigwetch, consciously making good and positive choices.
Crazy Horse’s vision foretold the darkness that descended on his people. He saw the
coming of automobiles and airplanes and the tragic world wars of the modern era.
#NativeTO We claim (again) our INNATE and SOVEREIGN Indigenous right to worship the CREATOR and give thanks to our MOTHER EARTH in accordance with the teachings of our Elders and in the powerful presence of our Ancestors. A’ho. #MMIWG
Look closely how the brain washing continues and takes nuts and crack them over your head . For Freedom is a spirit and of course it moves freely and brings light to those who have only lived in darkness and fear.
For the time of the seventh fire is waning and the fire keeper no longer stokes the fire. And this virus is just the first plague of many that are coming if we do not light the Eighth fire.
We have some great material here on Bird Clan Messenger for you to read while you’re still at home – including Melissa Teague’s recent article on Negative Ions, and beautiful teachings and messages by Joseph White Eagle and Cloud Spencer Eaglebear. Coming up in the next few days, we have a great article on prepping, some Bear Medicine about Trauma as the Gateway between the physical and spirit worlds, as well as prayers, wisdom and traditional Native teachings.
Negative ions are very beneficial to the body and home as they clear the air of pollen, molds, allergens, pet dander, viruses, bacteria and smoke. The negative ions bond and cling with these impurities found in the air they occupy. They then purify the air and kill the germs.
The universe has a sound and that sound to many who listen call this sound a song – a humming that is also in our beloved MOTHER EARTH.
The following organizations and agencies are offering free meals on Easter Day in Toronto.
The Daily Bread Food Bank and North York Harvest Food Bank have partnered with the Toronto Public Library to help distribute food to vulnerable members of the Toronto community.