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...
Eurus the East Wind

Eurus the East Wind

The East (The Mind, New Beginnings) In many Native American cultures, the East is associated with the majestic eagle, a symbol of a powerful force residing within us: vision. With it’s acute eyesight, an eagle can spot a rabbit in a field a mile below....
Ilmarinen Finnish Inventor

Ilmarinen Finnish Inventor

What can you pull from the flames of creation? This week’s Winds of Spirit Wisdom comes from Ilmarinen, a supreme Finnish Wind Deity of divine origin who created the sky and conjures up magic from the flames of his smithy.  Ilmarinen rushes in from the South, which...
Thate Messenger Listen with Your Heart

Thate Messenger Listen with Your Heart

Tȟaté (Lakota Sioux): Messenger––Listen with Your Heart This week’s Wind of Spirit arrives from the East, the place of the rising sun and new beginnings. Each week, I pull a card for the collective community. Within a day of pulling the Winds of Spirit Card, the...
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...

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