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Everyday Health Practices Shamanic Sacred Wheel Exercise

Everyday Health Practices Shamanic Sacred Wheel Exercise. The Shamanic Sacred Wheel Exercise is a spiritual practice inspired by shamanic traditions that involves working with a symbolic wheel to explore different aspects of one’s life and connect with the spiritual dimensions. This exercise is often used for self-discovery, personal growth, and spiritual insight. It draws upon the concept of the medicine wheel, a sacred symbol found in various indigenous cultures.

Overview of How to Use the Shamanic Sacred Wheel Exercise

Here is a general overview of how a Shamanic Sacred Wheel Exercise might be conducted:

  1. Creation of the Wheel:
    • Begin by using the physical representation of the sacred wheel which you can download below.
  2. Directional Associations:
    • Use the assigned meanings and qualities to each direction of the wheel, which are aligned with the cardinal points (North, East, South, West).
    • The wheel Marielle presented uses associations with the elements (earth, air, fire, water). Some other sacred wheels relate to the seasons, stages of life, and aspects of the self (mind, body, spirit, emotions).
  3. Intention Setting:
    • Before starting the exercise, set a clear intention for the exploration. This could be related to personal growth, healing, or gaining insights into specific aspects of your life.
  4. Journey or Meditation:
    • You don’t need to, but you may choose to enter a meditative state through practices such as deep breathing, visualization, or rhythmic drumming.
  5. Exploration of Each Direction:
    • Focus on one direction at a time, contemplating the associated qualities and aspects. Reflect on how they relate to your life, experiences, and challenges.
    • You may choose to physically move around the wheel, pausing at each direction to deepen their connection with the symbolism.
  6. Integration:
    • As you move through each direction, consider how the different aspects come together to form a holistic view of your life. Look for patterns, insights, and connections between the various elements.
  7. Closing and Reflection:

    • Conclude the exercise by expressing gratitude for the insights gained and the spiritual connection experienced. Reflect on any messages, symbols, or emotions that emerged during the process.

Closing Thoughts on the Shamanic Sacred Wheel Exercise

It’s important to note that the Shamanic Sacred Wheel Exercise can be adapted and personalized based on individual beliefs, cultural influences, and spiritual practices. It’s a versatile tool that encourages self-reflection, spiritual exploration, and a deeper connection with the natural and spiritual realms.

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