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    • Lenore Selene

      shamanic Medicine Wheel

    • Debra Price

      animal spirit guide, magic circle, wyse woman, facebook

    • Sheila Mitchell-Favrin

      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 t...

    • Melody Hamby-Goss

      Native American Spirituality Medicine Wheel | native american medicine wheel

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