Your Medicine Wheel Reading

This reading explores the energies present in your life in each area of the Medicine Wheel. Choose this spread when you need a greater understanding of the inner forces at work in your life today.

Scroll down to learn the influence of each Animal Spirit. Click on the images to see larger versions.
 
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North
 

West

Center

East
 
South
 

 
Center: The animal spirit that appears in the center of the Medicine Wheel reflects who you are at this point in time.

 
Heron

Is your life in a state of balance? If not, long-legged Heron has flown in today to help you. Because Heron is a water bird, he is most often associated with emotions. He stands motionless, almost in a trance, his body mirrored in the water below. Take a few moments today to be like Heron - be quiet, go within, and discover the answer to your questions.

 

 

North: The animal that appears in the North shows you how to walk your talk. Here lies your connection with your Higher Self.

 
Squirrel

Hoard, hoard, hoard! Squirrel has been a busy fellow, gathering food for the long winter ahead - and he advises you to do the same. Have you set enough money aside to get you through lean times, or do you squander what you earn? We all love a shopping spree, but if Squirrel scurries into your reading, he's cautioning you to spend a little, but also save a little.

 

 

East: This animal reveals the direction you need to take in order to gain clarity about your present situation.

 
Blue Jay

Blue Jay encourages you to be a little sassy today! If there's something you're been wanting, ask for it. If there's an issue that needs confrontation, don't sweep it under the rug or Blue Jay will drag it back out into the open. One word of caution, though - Blue Jays will eat the young of other birds - so be direct, but not destructive.

 

 

South: This animal explores issues dealing with your inner child, and shows the energy needed to trust your own process.

 
Turkey

Has turkey gobbled his way into your life today? If so he brings a message of sacrificing for the greater good. To some indigenous tribes, Turkey represents the spirit of the giveaway - a ceremony where those who have more give to those who have less, thus 'sacrificing' for others. If Turkey helps you feel the spirit of giving, who can you help?

 

 

West: The animal that appears in the West holds the answer to your present challenge.

 
Rabbit

Poor Rabbit! No other animal is so associated with fear than Rabbit - that nervous little bunny who hops and leaps at every little sound. Rabbit has come to you today to ask you to have the courage to face whatever difficulties you're having instead of running away to a safe burrow. Face your fears, examine your old 'fight or flight' patterns, and determine once and for all to stop hiding away.

 

 

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