The creatures remind us that we are blessed with this time of stillness. To take time each day to entertain that little child without guilt, without the nagging voice in our ear telling us that our own value lies in “producing” something of “being of service.”
Sometimes, the greatest service we can offer is loving ourselves. Producing a better outcome for our own futures and for those we love.
This is the medicine of the Mountain Lion who comes to inspire the leader, the warrior, the messenger in each of our souls. These are the ones we need to help us build our New Earth communities.
Raven represents a change of consciousness. And, the question she asks every person is “how far are you willing to allow your life, your family, your community and country — your morality — to deteriorate before you wake up, take responsibility, stand together, and join the chorus of “Enough!”
“In the beginning all things, wisdom and acknowledged were with the animals, for Tirawa, the One Above. Did not speak directly to man. He sent certain animals to tell men that he showed himself through the beast, and that form them, and from the stars and the sun and moon should man learn, all things tell of Tirawa – Creator God of the Pawnee.’” – Eagle Chief Letakos-Lesa, Pawnee
Wolf takes us to the land of Exile where we meet the two wolves in the depths of our soul. The White wolf of light and the Black wolf of the darkness. Spirit and intuition join together in a mighty dance to determine which perceptions, belief, and traditions we will choose?
People who are called to service resonate with Dog’s Medicine and will have a powerful Dog totem that stays with them throughout their lives. All will have dogs as companions whenever they are able throughout their lives.
Coyote comes to us when we are going through powerful times of death and rebirth to tell us bawdy jokes and keep our spirits up. The Blackfoot People teach us Coyote is a bringer of women’s medicine which is based in our intuition, emotions and our words.
Turnabout is fair play in love and war they say. And that is exactly what we’re seeing in the Spiritual community, on the geopolitical stage – and for those of us on a healing journey, in ourselves as well.
It is no coincidence that this week’s totem from the Medicine Card deck is Coyote – the very week we’re marching toward April Fool’s Day.
Welcome to our weekly roundup of Q world news mixed with traditional teachings in a MEME-Tastic Medicine Show.
We are still in the time of healing. The revelations happening now in the collective are intended to awaken the ones clinging to their sleep. Our countries are safe. Our families are as safe as we choose to make them.
Porcupine encourages us to stay home and focus on our families, our homes, and to really start reconnecting with that little child inside – through play, dance, and laughter every day.
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.