Labyrinths and Dream Catchers







The Medicine Wheel - 1 of 3 (9mins)

Explaining the Lakota (Sioux) Medicine Wheel according to Don Warne.

The Medicine Wheel - 2 of 3 ( 9 mins)

The Medicine Wheel - 3 of 3 ( 9 mins)











Medicine Wheel -

Instructions for making a simple Medicine Wheel







The Circle of Life


The circle of life is reflected throughout Nature; the Moon, the Sun and Mother Earth. There have been ‘circles’ found all over the world. These have been describes as;

vortexes where healing energy can be given and received

maps to the heavens through representation of the Moon and Sun

The Native Nations of North America created many wheels that are still present today. It is said that if you follow the Sacred Hoop and consider the lessons you learn there, it will change you. It is the Medicine Wheel that connects us to ourselves and the rest of the Universe.

Medicine in this text refers to anything that promotes harmony in our earthly walk. Some people see disease as nothing more than disharmony in our earthly walk. Some people see disease as nothing more than disharmony within the soul of the person.

The true meaning of medicine as it is used in this case is nothing more than spiritual energy .For example, when you become attuned to the Medicine of Coyote, You will call the spiritual energy of Coyote to you. When you walk the wheel you call the energy of the Creator, your totems, the Stone people, Grandfather Sun, Grandmother Moon and more to you.







The 5 Dates for 2012:

  • · 20 March (Equinox),

  • · 20 June (Solstice),

  • · 22 Sept (Equinox),

  • · 12 Dec (12-12-12)

  • & 21 Dec (Solstice)

















Journey through the Labyrinth


The Labyrinth represents a journey to our own centre and back again out into the world. Labyrinths have long been used as meditation and prayer tools. The labyrinth is an archetype with which we can have a direct experience. We can walk it. It is a metaphor for life's journey. It is a symbol that creates a sacred space and place and takes us out of our ego to "That Which Is Within."

Labyrinths and mazes have often been confused. When most people hear of a labyrinth they think of a maze. A labyrinth is not a maze. A maze is like a puzzle to be solved. It has twists, turns, and blind alleys. It is a left brain task that requires logical, sequential, analytical activity to find the correct path into the maze and out. A labyrinth has only one path. It is unicursal. The way in is the way out. There are no blind alleys. The path leads you on a circuitous path to the centre and out again.

A labyrinth is a right brain task. It involves intuition, creativity, and imagery. With a maze many choices must be made and an active mind is needed to solve the problem of finding the centre. With a labyrinth there is only one choice to be made. The choice is to enter or not. A more passive, receptive mindset is needed.

The choice is whether or not to walk a spiritual path. At its most basic level the labyrinth is a metaphor for the journey to the centre of your deepest self and back out into the world with a broadened understanding of who you

The Activation to the Labyrinth will learn the history of and the types of labyrinths. Then begin your activation and enjoy your journey.








Dream Catchers




It is a handmade object based on a willow hoop, on which is woven a loose net or web. The dreamcatcher is then decorated with personal and sacred items such as feathers and beads.



The Dream Catchers


According to Native Americans, dreams that humans have while they sleep, are sent by sacred spirits as messages. According to their Legend, in the center of the Dream Catcher there is a hole. Good dreams are permitted to reach the sleeper through this hole in the web. As for the bad dreams, the web traps them and they disappear at dawn with the first light. For some, they try to determine what messages are being past onto them and what the message represents.

The Dream Catcher represents several meanings. All of the decorations and materials used to decorate them, all have a special meaning. A single bead in the middle may represent the spider that is on the web. Scattered beads throughout the web may represent good dreams that may have been caught throughout the night. A feather represents a symbol of breath or air which is attached so it hangs from the center of the ring. It is essential for life. A baby watching the air playing with the feather on her cradleboard was entertained while also being given a lesson on the importance of good air.



























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