Weekly Wind Spirit Card: Yel Ana East

Yel means wind, and Ana (Ene) means mother. Women were the caretakers of homes. They oversaw the survival of the community and were responsible for conducting tribal rituals. As the feminine aspect of the wind, Yel Ana represents a mother’s patience for her...

Nil Chi: North

Nil’ Chi arrives from the North, offering direct access to spirit. This week’s Winds of Spirit is encouraging you to pause and reflect before moving forward. Last week’s Wind of Spirit Card was also Nil’Chi but from the Emotional South. For me,...

Notus: The Cardinal South Wind

The South Quadrant (The Emotions) Many indigenous legends talk about a wind that blows in from the South to battle with Jack Frost of the North, hoping to restore harmony among all people. The Cherokee and the Hopi people both refer to this southern wind as the Light...

Yaponcha; Moderation is key to Everything

Yaponcha- Hopi- Moderation Yaponcha dwells at the foot of Sunset Crater in the crack of a black rock. If Yaponcha shows up in your life, it is possible that winds have been blowing incessantly in your life, and you are now ready for a change. It’s time to restore...

Wayramama; Right Relationship

Wayramama(HuayraMama): Right Relationship Peruvian  Reciprocity This week, the Wind Spirit Cards are reminding us to be in right relationship to our emotions. Since it arrives from the South, you are put on notice that compassion for yourself and others is needed...

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