The Medicine wheel   3 comments

Let the Medicine Wheel by your guide to life. — kenne

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Wisdom of the Medicine wheel

I have been lucky. Many kind Native Americans took me under their wing and taught me how to find peace.

At the Mall I went to the so-call Native American store. A Middle Eastern man tried to sell me a Chinese made items. I touched a Medicine Wheel.

I told him: “A proper Medicine Wheel has the power of the four winds.”
I touched a Dream Catcher.” A real one would protect your spirit and keep bad dreams away.”

He grinned at me. He didn’t understand a word that I have spoken. He told me. “It does the same things.” I left the store with nothing.

I sat with my Apache Friend and his family outside the gate of Fort Hood, Texas. I sat and listened to him. His skin hardened by the Texas sun. I came and sat with him every Saturday for many…

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Posted July 22, 2018 by kenneturner in Information

3 responses to “The Medicine wheel

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  1. Salesmen! 🙂
    There is a little book i have had, for a long time, called Native American Wisdom (edited by Kristen Maree Cleary); get it if you don’t have it.

    from the book:

    Since you are here as strangers, you should rather confine yourselves to the customs of our country than impose yours upon us.
    Wicomesse leader, 1633

    Like

  2. Thanks for the recommendation. I will check Amazon.

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  3. Thank you for the reblogged my friend.

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