Medicine Wheel Healing Animals
Healer Animal Follow-up Discussion
Healer Animal Follow-up Discussion. Marielle offers healer animal wisdom that benefits everyone working with their animals. The Medicine Wheel is an important symbol in First Nations’ cultures. The circle represents the cycle of life in that all life travels in a circular path. The symbolism of the wheel aims to instill a balanced mind, body, and spirit and serves as a reminder that you are one with the earth. Marielle’s training comes from the Institute of Shamanic Medicine, and her teachings align with that experience.
Connecting with your medicine wheel animals is about honoring and respecting the wisdom of the animals. and honoring and respecting your own medicine as well. There is an animal for each direction of the wheel. There is the center power animal and eight other animals along the wheel, for example: warrior, sacred dreams, healer, recapitulation, and death guide animals.
The medicine wheel, stone circles, mandalas, and the like, are all vehicles used in one form or another (and called one thing or another) by highly sophisticated ancient societies. The wheel is designed to help you welcome in power to co-create with nature and the forces of the Universe. Overall, the Medicine Wheel, in Shamanism, calls four different directions home: The South, the West, the North, and the East. Marielle teaches of the various angles between these directions, as well as the center direction, especially important for finding your power animal.
Welcome | 0:00
Animals as Medicine Signs and the Hawk | 0:53
Calling your healer animal to mind (through Hummingbird) | 6:06
Remembering to think about your animals | 8:35
Connecting to the emotions envisioning your animal brings | 11:23
Helping your spirit animals feel comfortable when they visit | 12:52
Response to seeing a real dead animal | 14:00
Response about sound healing | 18:00
Thinking about what a medicine sign animal means | 18:35
Set intention at night with your animals | 20:35
Zuni animals for an alter | 22:00