November 3, 2015 Totem Card of the Day – Wolf

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Today we look to Wolf and all she has shared with us in the past months, and honor the community, the family in our lives. We do NOT walk alone in this world, and it is time to remember that allow old wounds to heal, for Wolves do not walk alone unless they are ill. So look deep inside and right wrongs that need to be righted within self and within your own Sacred Hoop! Time to stop old cycles that push us into corners, into shadow. Time to release the Wolf so that they can be free to be playful, to dance, to howl at the moon… to share with the pack.

Wolf is a very organized creature. It understands there is need for order and balance for harmony to occur with our Sacred Hoops. Wolf is regarded as one of the most powerful spirit guides of all for it represents teacher and lessons to be learned and shared with self. It speaks to us to seek counsel from people that you respect. To take a moment to step back and look for the true meaning from the issue you face. By doing so, you will be able to walk clearly ahead and do what needs to be done with the knowledge you can see it all clearly.

Although many think the site of a lone wolf means freedom but it does not. It instead represents that it is a time to look deep in oneself and find the balance that is needed in your own life that is lacking. For the wolf is meant to be in packs, in a community, in a family, with its mate. The times you see wolves on their own or isolated is do to unbalance that needs to reground and once again be in the circle of the Sacred Hoop.

The Wolf cry reminds us to stand our ground, remember we all need boundaries. It is about communication, answering the call and listening to the response. The Wolf an assist us to open and listen to the sound of others in order to understand better the situation. It is about having the strength of the pack, and your closest friends with you when you need them without questions.

Wolf is strongly connected to lunar cycles, so learn to move with that cycle and honor it in order to be at your best. They teach us to weed out what is the weakest and no longer serves us, so that new and better things will come our way.

Mitakuye O`yasin
bear Medicinewalker


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