Osiyo family,

Doing my work today and the Ancestors led me to this powerful Eagle Medicine teaching on my YouTube account: Kandace – Bird Clan Messenger. I’m just getting YouTube up and running, so if you’d give me a follow and ring that bell, you’ll be the first to know when I post new teaching videos. The first video, “Medicine Wheels” is up with a wide range of Medicine Wheel art, plus photos of my own work creating 3D Medicine Wheels which I use as teaching and healing tools. I will be offering private Medicine Wheel teachings and readings via Zoom in the near future and will have a rate sheet posted soon. Contact me here if you’re needing Spiritual companionship and guidance.

This beautiful Eagle Medicine comes at a great time for me personally because I am in the midst of navigating some mighty changes in my life and needed this powerful reminder. I believe that many people are having the same experience as we see from the chaos and uncertainty in the world. Eagle teaches us how important it is to take a time out and recover before we continue on our journeys.

Keep your chin up, family of light. It really hurts to pull out our own talons and break our own beaks, but the Great Spirit is merciful and gives us rest and time to recover if we will only listen to the still sweet voice of the  Ancestors.

Your gifts are so needed right now. Prayers for everyone. Breathe!

It is my honour to be your messenger.


Bird Clan Messenger 

It is my honour to receive and share these teachings from my guides and the Ancestors. These are messages received and written to the best of my understanding. If I have made mistakes, I would be grateful for your input. If these messages don’t resonate with you, that’s okay. I wish you well. And if these messages do resonate with you  – welcome to the family.

— kandace keithley, namadaki aandeg miimiiwe gekek kwe  ~ Tsa-La-Gi

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