This is a week in which Deer has come with her medicine of kindness, compassion, gentleness of spirit and unconditional love – which are greatly needed at this time.
This week, Elk (stamina, gentleness, silence) is leading us from the Northern place of the Grandfathers. Joining him this week are Raven (transformation), Squirrel (organization, focus), Owl (wisdom, strategy). These four are supported by the energy of the Great Mother Bear, (healing, protection) Hawk (truth, perception) and Wolf (leadership, solitude, humility).
“One thing to remember is to talk to the animals. If you do, they will talk back to you. But if you don’t talk to the Animals, they won’t talk back to you. Then you won’t understand, and when you don’t understand you will fear, and when you fear you will destroy the animals, and if you destroy the animals, you will destroy yourself.” – Chief Dan George
Here is the extended Medicine Wheel Reading video for this week’s Totems – Black Panther, Eagle, Grouse, Raven, Wolf, Owl, Buffalo and Swan Medicine. I’d love it if you’d follow and share.
The transition from the fear and death-based cult way of life must begin with each and every one of us – as we examine our deeply held beliefs and explore the way they translate into our daily lives.
This is the medicine of stamina, courage and strength that we need when we reach a new level of consciousness because at those times we are just beginning the process of integrating our new perception into the way we organize and live our day to day lives.
Many Natives whose own families were destroyed by the bioterrorism and cultural genocide the European elite class brought to our land are now supporting and voting for their leftist representatives who have made their intentions very clear: that they used the Natives of Turtle Island to create a model they have used in socialist “revolutions” all over the world, and are now trying to impose on America and Canada.
Osiyo and Happy Halloween friends! I hope you’re having a happy and safe celebration. Remember the ancient origins of this celebration – which is one of honouring our Ancestors and the old […]
And for many people, there is great danger at this time of becoming lazy and apathetic. We are seeing the restrictions by powerful entities and feel helpless to do anything about it. Our jobs and businesses are closed and we’re feeling scared about the future. Cut off from hope and our sense of self reliance. This is the point at which we need hummingbird medicine.
Grandmother Spider reminds us of the wisdom of our Elders and shows us the path to bring the spark of light back into our lives after failure and she she teaches us how to disentangle ourselves from the old ways and begin to spin and weave a new way of being.