Today Winds of Spirit: Ancient Wisdom Tools for Navigating Relationships, Health, and the Divine, reached the top of the Shamanism Charts. This pinnacle is the north, a place of service. The Winds of Spirit are out of the cave and reaching into the hearts of the people around the world.
A “Must Have” oracle
“Winds of Spirit by Renee Baribeau is a book I find myself turning to almost daily. A comprehensive and practical guide for connecting with and growing a partnership with the most ancient of nature’s tools: the Wind”
The winds have shifted my life and I’m loving it!!!
The North can be either be pleasant or arduous, depending on your choices and the attitude you bring to each challenge. When I released the book, it had it’s own life, and my job was to support, and get out of the way. As someone who likes to control this way challenging. Remember, large challenges present greater opportunities for spiritual growth. With the Wind at your Side, you will receive the communities blessings for your work. A decade ago, I built a network of what I thought people needed to thrive in a changing landscape. It was still about the Ego “I”, and it did not take loft. Winds of Spirit has the community support, which is evidenced by reaching #1 in Shamanism. The rewards begin to flow after you merge with spirit in the North.
Braving the north can be like walking a reluctant dog in snow, demanding your complete attention with every tug. Its sharp, cold grasp requires you to wear a warm overcoat. A question you must answer if you find yourself in the northern quadrant is, “Are friends only those who help us?” Many life lessons are gleaned from adversaries, so it is wise to consider the challenging energies of the wind gods and goddesses as opportunities to reconsider how you respond to threats. The north wind bore through the 2016 presidential election in America, creating a deep chasm within families, friends, and community. These adversarial bone-chilling winds of change stirred people into action to protect their perceived spiritual well-being. “For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?” (Mark 8:36)[i]
Our work is to find what makes us similar, not different. Remember we all breathe the same wind.
[i] OSNOVA, Bible: King James Version (Book Baby, 2012), Mark 8:36.