THE WIND WORK®
THE WIND WORK®
Meditation to help you navigate the day, no matter what winds are blowing.
Celebrate the Earth each and Every Day. Take a Wind Walk. Offer Up a Prayer. Ask How can I be of Service to the Earth and My Community? Sitting still in front of an altar day after day isn’t an activity that appeals to everyone. Fortunately, for these good folks who...read more
First identify the prevailing issue with a business partner, love interest, family member, or friend. Then, write your concern in the air by being direct, and take sweeping broad strokes with your hand as you write. Summons the Chinese Wind Goddess, Feng Po Po....read more
Enlil Mesopotamian Destiny – Fate This is the First time this Wind has appeared for the Collective Weekly Wind Pull in 2 years. Enlil (Lord Air,) a supreme deity and chief of the Gods who granted fates and kingships, was depicted as half bird and half human. Enlil...read more
Sila Innua (siliap inua) Inuit: Wisdom If Sila Innua appears in your life, you are being called to make the most of your intrinsic, divine wisdom. Sila Innua means owner of the air, and breath is essential for life. Without wind there is stagnation that leads to...read more
Korean Muism: Yeongdeung Halmang: Respect and Balance This week Winds of Spirit pull is Yeongdeung Halmang, from the ancient history of Korea. A giant grandmother goddess who embodies the omnipresent Mt. Halle on Jesu island...watching over the mysterious land of...read more