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.
VIDEO: Kitchen Party, Feb 19, 2021: Skunk Medicine – Respect & The Boundaries of Freedom (Moose, Mouse, Squirrel)
This week, Skunk is sitting in the Northern house of Spirit where the Grandfathers live, and she is joined by Moose in the East (mind), Mouse in the South (body) and Squirrel in the West (emotion).
As we learn from our Native relatives, it is often the ones who are shunned, ridiculed, and attacked by bullies who have the most powerful medicine to offer. For this is the power of the Scapegoat energy – which drives us away from the collective into the wilderness where we connect with the Great Spirit and learn to call on our helpers and become the creatures we were meant to be in this life.