Cedar is One of the Four Sacred Medicines and is Used in Smudging. It Can be Used in a Tea (Vitamin C benefits) ...or a Bath (for Women at Moon Time) to Attract Positive Energy and Balance. Cedar Represents the Southern Direction in the Medicine Wheel...

Cedar is One of the Four Sacred Medicines and is Used in Smudging. It Can be Used in a Tea (Vitamin C benefits) ...or a Bath (for Women at Moon Time) to Attract Positive Energy and Balance. Cedar Represents the Southern Direction in the Medicine Wheel...

Sage- so someone share your thoughts please I feel better when I sage and on Dr. it is a prevention for Alzheimers I find I am calmer and more clear headed

Sage- so someone share your thoughts please I feel better when I sage and on Dr. it is a prevention for Alzheimers I find I am calmer and more clear headed

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!

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!

The Medicine Wheel - Four Sacred Medicines - 'Muskiiki' - Chippewa

The Medicine Wheel - Four Sacred Medicines - 'Muskiiki' - Chippewa

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Navigating by the Stars II: The Sun and Moon

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The Native American Medicine Wheel is a symbolic representation of the seven sacred paths of human transformation.  Though many of us look at life from a linear perspective, the medicine wheel teaches us that we are all part of a sacred circle and we may be experiencing life on several paths simultaneously.  Enlightenment is not a linear process, nor is it a final destination.  It is an ongoing, circular journey providing tests and challenges along the way...

The Native American Medicine Wheel is a symbolic representation of the seven sacred paths of human transformation. Though many of us look at life from a linear perspective, the medicine wheel teaches us that we are all part of a sacred circle and we may be experiencing life on several paths simultaneously. Enlightenment is not a linear process, nor is it a final destination. It is an ongoing, circular journey providing tests and challenges along the way...

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