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Age
37
Astrological Sign
Aquarious
About Me:
I am a 37 year old native american shaman. I have walked many years with the Coyote and my walk is changing more and more into Wolf Medicine. The Coyote's way is to trick you into seeing that things are never as they seem. The Truth lies with the Wolf. It's vision is one of direct responsibility. It looks you straight in the eye and gives you no place to go. It's about standing in your own truth with the full knowledge that you always decide how it is for you. To be responsible, without excuses, to that truth is indeed one of the hardest and powerful personal Spirit walks.
Favorite Books
Tales of the North American Indians by Stith Thompson
The Soul of The Indian by Charles Eastman
Indian Why Stories by Frank Linderman
Old Indian Legends by Zitkala Sa
American Indian Fairy Tales by Margaret Compton
The Soul of The Indian by Charles A Eastman
Beliefs / Practices
Shaman, Native American Spirituality
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Does one call themselves a Shaman? No, because in the Native American culture it is considered to be rude and boastful to call oneself a Shaman. Other souls whom have seen and can attest to a Shamans spiritual healing, readings, spiritual guidance, and other infinite forms of spiritual wisdom may revere and so call the Shaman as such but it is free from being up to the Shaman to do so. Being revered as a Shaman and therefore BEing a Shaman in the Native American culture is a way of life, free from being 'just something that you do'. Shamans walk the spiritual life with reverence themselves, walking in Absoulute Love, beauty, peace, and balance with all, for all, and of things of this earth earth dimension and within all of the Infinite Dimensions, Infinite Universes, and Infinite Parallel Universes. The totems within animal or other infinite forms that come forth, that are gifted to the Shaman to assist them with their journey here on this earth dimension.
These totems stay with the Shaman infinitely as both the Shaman and the totem have agreed to on a soulful resonance, Spiritual Soul BEing to Spiritual Soul BEing, as One. The earth dimensional concept of numbers of Life Experiences (or lifetimes as we call it here on this earth dimension) is free from being of any consequence to the Shaman, as the Shaman experiences the all inclusive inner wisdom of Universal Source of All That Is tin which all Life Experiences are lived instantaneously, simultaneously, and synchronistically as One Life; that it is just a matter of which Life Experience that we choose to focus on within this moment within this physical body that gifts us with this Life Experience. The totem can be presented in the form of a rock being such as a rock, a feather or a shell found on the shores of a beach, a crystal, an animal in spirit or physically here on this earth dimension, or anything that is of this earth dimension that gifts the Shaman the ability to remember, embrace, and treasure our connection with the Great Spirit. A Shaman works with as many totems as they have chosen to before they incarnated into any Life Experience, although memory of this choosing may be free from being remembered until much later in the Shaman's initiations. These totems along with other guidance and wisdom from Spirit are what is known in the Native American tradition as the earth dimension Shamanic medicine that a Shaman carries with them and within them always, In All Ways, infinitely.
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Native American Spirituality

Posted on February 4, 2009 at 3:41pm 0 Comments

Native American spirituality



Among all tribes there is a strong sense that behind all individual spirits and personifications of the divine, there is a single creative life-force, sometimes called ‘the Great Mystery’, which expresses itself throughout the universe, in every human, animal, tree and grain of sand. Every story, too, is a working out of this life-force.

The role of animals



An aspect of this outlook is the major role played in the stories by animals, who… Continue

Medicine Wheel

Posted on February 4, 2009 at 3:35pm 0 Comments

Medicine Wheel







The Medicine Wheel is representative of American Indian Spirituality. The Medicine Wheel symbolizes the individual journey we each must take to find our own path. Within the Medicine Wheel are The Four Cardinal Directions and the Four Sacred Colors. The Circle represents the Circle of Life and the Center of the Circle, the Eternal Fire. The Eagle, flying toward the East, is a symbol of strength, endurance and vision. East signifies the renewal of life and… Continue

Becoming A Shaman

Posted on January 27, 2009 at 7:41pm 0 Comments

Becoming a shaman is often just as much of a curse as it is a blessing. Shamans are chosen by the spirits at birth, but it is not until later in life (usually in their 20’s) that the shaman is struck down. The striking down of a shaman is to dismember them as a person and to have them reborn into something else. There are two ways of being struck. The first is the shaman’s sickness and the second is lightning.



The near-death experience of the shaman’s sickness is very traumatic. The… Continue

The Three Types of Shamans

Posted on January 27, 2009 at 7:20pm 0 Comments

There are three different types of shamans- Black, White, and Yellow. The first two of these types are traditional and the third, a result of influence from Buddhism.





It is important to note that the designations of “Black” and “White” do not mean “evil” and “good”. There are different types of spirits that shamans work with and they reside within the four directions. In Siberian tradition, each direction has a color. A shaman’s color is determined from which direction he gets… Continue

Shamanism

Posted on January 27, 2009 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

When you hear the word "shamanism," what images jiffy-pop into your mind's eye? Most folks picture feather headdresses, buffalo hides, medicine wheels and dream-catchers—all images associated with Native American cultures. But contrary to popular opinion, a "shaman" is not an Indian medicine man, and "shamanism" is not a Native American religion. In fact, many Native Americans find the terms "shaman" and "shamanism" offensive. The word "shaman"… Continue

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At 8:50am on January 18, 2010, VITRIOL said…
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At 8:03pm on April 26, 2009, bﯕڽćңẹẳאָڽ said…
Greetings Lord Mercury

At 8:34pm on March 20, 2009, bﯕڽćңẹẳאָڽ said…
Come, fill the Cup, and in the Fire of Spring
The Winter Garment of Repentance fling:
The Bird of Time has but a little way
To fly - and Lo! the Bird is on the Wing.
~ Omar Khayyám

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