Posts in the ‘Transformation’ Category

Wednesday Wisdom: Shaman’s Death 12/2/15

Shaman’s Death What do you need to let go of?… The Sacred Path Card that was pulled for this week’s Wednesday Wisdom is the “Shaman’s Death” card.  No one likes to hear the word, “death,” but it is rare that it is suggesting the end of existence on the physical plane.  Most often, it refers

Wednesday Wisdom: Pow Wow 11/25/15

POW WOW A Time of Sharing This week’s Sacred Path Card that was pulled for Wednesday Wisdom is the “Pow-Wow” card.  This time of gathering was a “quickening” for the people.  It brought old friends together again where people shared stories of new methods of hunting, fishing, beading, making foods and remedies.  Dreams were discussed

Wednesday Wisdom: Kokopelli 11/18/15

  FERTILITY! The Sacred Path Card that was pulled for this week is Kokopelli.  Kokopelli was a Toltec who played the Indian flute which was said to bring fertility to the land and the People. His body on the Kachina dolls is shown with an erection to mark his maleness and fertility. It is said

Wednesday Wisdom: Power Place 11/4/15

Power Place Empowerment through Earth-Connection This week’s Sacred Path Card that was pulled for ‘Wednesday Wisdom’ is the Power Place card.  This card speaks of power places as areas where people feel a strong connection..  This varies for each individual. Upon visiting this spot, Earth Mother funds each person with energy, provides nurturing and solace.

Wednesday Wisdom: Advance! 10/28/15

WARBONNET It’s time to ADVANCE! The Sacred Path Card that was pulled for this week’s  “Wednesday Wisdom” is Warbonnet.  So…congratulations!  This card is telling you that you have earned the feathers of the Warbonneted Chief.Feathers are earned with past victories that have required you to have courage and strength. You have exhibited certain qualities and served as a

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

Wednesday Wisdom: What’s your Story? 9/30/15

EXPANSION What’s your Story? This week’s Sacred Path card that was pulled for “Wednesday Wisdom” is the Storyteller card.  The Native Americans would tell stories so that the ancient teachings would travel through all the ages. The children of the future would learn lessons from the Storytellers and apply them to their own lives. In sharing their

Wednesday Wisdom: Truth as Protection 9/16/15

ARROW Ask yourself, “Why?” Native Americans saw the value of the Arrow in its true form. The Arrow was quick to protect in crisis. The ability to bend the bow without breaking and send the Arrow of Truth into the world was symbolic of the balanced male/female within each Brave. This Sacred Path card asks

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

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