Posts in the ‘Emotions’ Category

Wednesday Wisdom: Sun Dance 4/20/16

Message from Machi What are you willing to sacrifice? Sacred Path Card:  Sun Dance Source: Jamie Sams, author of Sacred Path Cards: The Discovery of Self through Native Teachings, Harper San Francisco, 1990. NOTE: Kathleen McGinley, aka “Machi,” channels Spirit using the Sacred Path Cards deck by Jamie Sams. Kathleen has chosen Machi (pronounced Ma-Key)

Weekly Wisdom: Ritual of Joy! 4/6/16

Message from Machi Sacred Path Card:  Hour of Power Feeling stressed?  Do what gives your heart the greatest joy! Source: Jamie Sams, author of Sacred Path Cards: The Discovery of Self through Native Teachings, Harper San Francisco, 1990. NOTE: Kathleen McGinley, aka “Machi,” channels Spirit using the Sacred Path Cards deck by Jamie Sams. She

The Uncertainty of Life

The Uncertainty of Life Many of you have probably wondered where I’ve been lately. Last year was a time of big transition for me with my move to our new home in Delaware.  I took some time off to get a “feel” of what I wanted to do with my business. And, just as I

Wednesday Wisdom: Heyokah 2/24/16

Heyokah Learning through laughter and opposites…   This week’s Sacred Path Card reading for Wednesday Wisdom is the “Heyokah” card.  Heyokah is a contrary clown who holds total wisdom.  He is a Sacred Trickster and teaches one to learn through laughter.  He makes one think on her own and tests one’s beliefs from the past. All

Wednesday Wisdom: Healing 1/6/2016

Medicine Bowl What needs to be healed? This week’s Sacred Path Card that was pulled was the Medicine Bowl. This was a tool for healing, commonly used by Seers, Shamans, and Dreamers of Native America.  Often carved from wood or turtle shell, they are used in the healing arts or for grinding herbs or mixing cures.  

Wednesday Wisdom: Healing 10/21/15

MEDICINE BOWL What needs to be healed? This week’s Sacred Path Card that was pulled was the Medicine Bowl. This was a tool for healing, commonly used by Seers, Shamans, and Dreamers of Native America.  Often carved from wood or turtle shell, they are used in the healing arts or for grinding herbs or mixing cures.  

Wednesday Wisdom: Rites of Passage 10/7/15

What change are you experiencing? The Sacred Path Card chosen for this week’s Wednesday Wisdom is “Rites of Passage.”  The Native Americans honored all changes that took place from birth until they passed on from life into the Spirit World.  They were different for each individual.  Examples of Rites of Passage include rituals for boys

Endings and New Beginnings…A Challenging Time

Saying “Goodbye” We all experience times of change in our lives.  Some are easy and some, challenging.  Some of us resist change while others can “go with the flow.”  However, change always benefits us in some manner.  It stretches us by moving us out of our comfort zone.  It allows us to grow, regardless of

Wednesday Wisdom: Decisions! 9/9/15

  Council Fire Do you have a decision to make? The Sacred Path Card that was pulled for this week’s “Wednesday Wisdom” is the “Council Fire” card. The Native Americans would call a Council Fire when a decision needed to be made that would affect the whole Tribe.  In order to be on the Council,

Wednesday Wisdom: Self-Expresssion 8/19/15

PAINTED FACE Who are you…really? The Sacred Path Card that was pulled for this week’s Wednesday Wisdom is “Painted Face.”  Native Americans placed a lot of emphasis on the development of uniqueness and personal talents. Therefore, it was important for each person to be allowed to express him/herself.  One way to do this was through

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