The First Audio provides an overview of the Wind Goddess Hulda and a Context for the Milky Way Meditation

Relax, Take a Few Deep Wind Breaths, and Take this Journey and Roam the sky Hulda to the Milky Way.


Artwork by Lisa Hunt.

Hulda: Teutonic Wind Goddess of  Charity

Hulda means “the covered one, or hidden” Her patronage includes whirlwinds, snowfalls, fertility and the souls of children. This wind goddess generates fiery ether’s that fuel the central hearth. Fire is integral to sustaining life, and whenever smoke mingles with Hulda’s sacred breath, the soul of a community ignites. In “Teutonic Mythology” Grimm suggests that Hulda holds “supreme sway”, and is responsible for whirlwinds. Hulda’s myth lives on in present-day Germany; whenever snow falls people say, “Hulda is cleaning house, and shaking out her feather comforter.“

Hulda’s breath has been ascribed to the glittering road of the Milky Way, and Hulda’s Road (Road of Souls) was the route departed souls traveled in death. Christians regarded her as the queen of witches who carried unbaptized children in her wagon.

In Germanic ideology the generous mother is known for being stern, but always fair. Hard work is secretly rewarded, while laziness is not tolerated and severely punished. Frau Hulda had the ability to shape shift herself and others into various domestic animals. She roamed the skies causing storms at will, and wore many disguises, such as an old hag haunting lakes and fountains, a weaver who shaped girls’ destinies or as a lady cloaked in white, bathing as she listened to music.

[bctt tweet=”A benefactor has arrived and you will be rewarded for your honesty, and sincere efforts.” username=”practicalshaman”] There are many names and faces of this mysterious wind Goddess, but the appearance of Hulda in your spread signifies that a benefactor has arrived and you will be rewarded for your honesty, generosity, diligence and sincere efforts.

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