The Medicine wheel   3 comments

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


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


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

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Thank you for the reblogged my friend.


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