This map of the Ojibwa medicine wheel has as its inspiration, the cycles of the sun, moon and stars. In this map, many of the important locations have been identified with animals, which have very real significance to the Ojibwa.
The Medicine Wheel is a tool that can be used to check in with yourself and receive insights to problems. The wheel represents the circle of life. The circle represents the circle of the earth and the.
Cedar is One of the Four Sacred Medicines and is Used in Smudging. It Can be Used in a Tea (Vitamin C benefits) .or a Bath (for Women at Moon Time) to Attract Positive Energy and Balance. Cedar Represents the Southern Direction in the Medicine Wheel.
Medicine Wheel at Mesa - ceremonial circles of stones used by Native Americans for healing, spiritual rituals, prayer, meditation, and as visual reminders of higher principles. This would be nice for a walking medition circle in the garden.
It represents the circle of life. The center cross bar symbolizes the four winds, four seasons, four directions and four teachers. It is considered to be good luck by the Native Americans. Many Natives display it in their homes for