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Moose Medicine – Endurance, Dignity, and Motivation

Grandfather Moose represents the Divine Masculine as he sits at the top of the Medicine Wheel in the North with the Grandfathers. Representing our Ancestors and their traditions, wisdom, and our connection to the Great Spirit as people and as communities. He is a powerful totem of strength, dignity and endurance who comes to us when we are in doubt and in need of motivation to continue moving forward.

Goose Medicine – Caring for Creation

Part of taking care of God's creatures is providing for the birds and animals in cities where their natural habitats have been destroyed by human settlement. Goose asks for people to share only healthy food with the creatures. Do some research and make sure that what you're giving them won't make them sick. Bread is TERRIBLE for birds!

Kitchen Party 2/12/21 – Snake Medicine, Cherokee Prophecy of the Rattlesnake, & Medicine Card Teachings

This week is a Snake Medicine week in the year of the Great Mother Bear who reminds us that this entire year is a time of introspection and healing. Snake reminds us that winter is a great time to hibernate and focus on regeneration after we have experienced a period of trauma and/or Spiritual growth. We're also talking about Turkey (Gratitude) Buffalo (Stamina, Prayer) Coyote (humor during the time of awakening) and cards from other traditions.