Here in Tkaronto, Chi Miigwetch is the first word that many of us learn when we join the Anishnawbe Health Traditional Indigenous healing community. And, those of us who are taking our Medicine Walks very seriously have learned that Chi Miigwetch opens peoples' hearts in a way that other medicines cannot.
When we use our Good Mind to explore and understand the obstacles in our paths (often brought to us through conflict with our brothers and sisters), then the Spirit will slowly lead us to see the blockages within our Selves - in the different quadrants of our Medicine Wheel - that are asking for our attention.
Bringing in the codes requires that we use them as much as possible, integrate them into our daily lives and interactions, and teach our children about them. - swc kandace ma
At every moment, every point in your life, you have the power to choose - whether you will walk forward into the light or walk backward into the darkness. Which path do you choose today?
Without our realizing it, "frozen" unconscious emotions like anger, fear, hatred, humiliation, unworthiness, greed, lust, cowardice, sadness, grief, and deep pain are what usually rule us until we do the deep work of emotional healing and spiritual recovery.
Thanks to the Science and Math Heroes in our lives, most of us know March 14 is the day we celebrate the number 3.14 - known as Pi (Thanks, y'all). But many of us (who aren't actual ROCKET SCIENTISTS like Jesse, my homey from The Ville), don't know a whole lot about the multi-facted miracle of Pi.
It seems to me that this awakening process involves each of us posting ideas and values we agree with - from all political positions. Some people are working as designated messengers, so we share a lot more information from various sources with our followers. And those followers share that info with their own followers,... Continue Reading →