Tāwhirimātea-Maori, Tempest Wind

Tāwhirimātea-Maori, Tempest Wind

Tāwhirimātea Maori New Zealand Tempest–Order follows Chaos About fifty generations ago, ancestors of the Māori left Polynesia, and sailed eastward to populate the isolated Chatham Islands. Since that time Native Zealanders have protected their sacred place of...
Wind Walk

Wind Walk

Sitting still in front of an altar day after day isn’t an activity that appeals to everyone. Fortunately, for these good folks who prefer to “straighten out ones thoughts” when they are physically active, Wind Walk is a great way to go[i]. This practice works best...
Yel Ana: Pause, Reflect, and Accept

Yel Ana: Pause, Reflect, and Accept

Yel Ana (Cel Ene) (Turkish Yörük) Guidance When the sands are shifting, invoke this wind mother to provide the patience necessary to wait out the brewing storm. Every where I turn there is a wall of shifting sand, blocking my line of sight.  It can be downright...
Mari: Accept Your Rewards

Mari: Accept Your Rewards

 Mari (Basque) Gift Call to the Wind Goddess, Mari, three times whenever you are lost, and she will come to your aid. [clickToTweet tweet=”When you least expect it, the wind goddess, Mari, embarks from the caves to offers gifts.” quote=”There are...

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