The Medicine WheelFeb 03, 2020
For over 10 years the ancient teachings of The Medicine Wheel have been my guidepost for interpreting my experiences for the purpose of personal growth, wisdom, and transformation.
Each quadrant of the Medicine Wheel represents one of the 4 cardinal directions and holds specific qualities and teachings related to nature. Nature was observed by ancient tribes to understand how the world worked. They believed our Earth Mother held all the resources necessary to heal.
The elders and shamans of the tribe used the teaching of the Medicine Wheel to support the tribe and impart wisdom, compassion, and understanding as tribal members learned lessons as they lived out their lives.
The teachings of the Medicine Wheel have been so powerful for me, they have become a way of life and a tool I have adapted to guide and support my students and clients in their own personal growth.
One of the elements I love most about the Medicine Wheel is its lessons are timeless. I have walked the Medicine Wheel countless times. I have stood in a direction again and again seeking clarity, purpose, and growth. Each time, there is new wisdom to be gained. New perceptions to embrace. The growth continues.
The teachers within the Medicine Wheel are deeply rooted in the Spiritual Laws of Nature. Laws that still govern us today and deserve to be revisited and acknowledged.
Nature holds the key to healing in body, emotions, mind, and soul.
Here is a brief overview of some of the elements in this powerful tool.
Here is a brief overview of some of its characteristics.
I'd love to keep the conversation going! I run a collective of like-minded humans over on Facebook where we dig a bit deeper into living by our inner compass.