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Navigating by the Stars II: The Sun and Moon

Native+American+Medicine+Wheel+Earth | Native Medicine Wheel (chosen for its obvious parallels to the Wheel ...

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Purpose of a Healing Garden MEDICINE WHEEL | Medicine Wheel Garden (Photo: Ginny Shannon)

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The medicine wheel has been used by aboriginal cultures in North and South America for 10,000 years. It is a symbol of the circle of life, used in prayer and to bring balance to one’s life. The circle of the Anishinaabe medicine wheel is continuous, with no beginning and no end. Everything in life is sacred – the earth, animals, plants … everything affects one another. The four colours of the medicine wheel are spirits. Each one is associated with a life stage.

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I like the representation of this medicine wheel for my tat without the little middle circle

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With this tutorial you will learn how to build a Medicine Wheel in a sacred manner. Purchase at http://transformationalstudies.com/shamanic_apprenticeship/intermediate_tutorials

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The Medicine Wheel is a tool that can be used to check in with yourself and receive insights to problems. The wheel represents the circle of life. The circle represents the circle of the earth and the metaphysical circle of all creation. It is important to keep all our aspects in balance- mind, body, emotions and spirit. Work with the medicine wheel to reflect on your strengths and weaknesses

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Calling the Four Directions with Native American Influences - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

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Sweet grass is the hair of our mother, the Earth. Each strand alone is not as strong as when braided together. Sweet grass represents the Northern Direction on the Medicine Wheel. All life is sacred. Enjoy life!

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medicine wheel - Google Search

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Image detail for -Creating a medicine wheel garden proved to be a fertile idea

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