Presentation on theme: "Part II– Which Direction to Choose? NEXT Developed by: A-Gi-Ya Nv-Wo-Ti."— Presentation transcript:
Part II– Which Direction to Choose? NEXT Developed by: A-Gi-Ya Nv-Wo-Ti
NEXT Spiritual Medicine Choose with Spirit Natural Medicine Give with Emotions Physical Medicine Hold with the Body
NEXT When experiencing spiritual issues, problems with small babies or toddlers, or see this color often in your dreams. When experiencing emotional problems, young children, broken heart situations or seeing this color often in your dreams. When experiencing physical problems, adults, or inability to help oneself, or seeing this color often in dreams. When experiencing mental issues, elderly, or seeing this color often in dreams. Brief clues as to when to go to each direction, please refer to more in-depth pages.
NEXT Also refer to these directions under these certain circumstances.
NEXT East - Spiritual Medicine Path (Choosing with the Spirit) Spirits come into the physical world through the East. Characteristics: Way of Life, Sacred Fire, Doorway to Core Center Self, A Way of Teaching Medicine: Fire, Harmony and Balance, Bonding, Cleansing and Purifying, Heart and Circulatory System Plants of the East: Alfalfa, Dock, Ginseng, Heal-All, Hawthorn, Sage, Sunflower Things To Use & Think About Does the issue revolve around any of these things? Use this direction to help out with these circumstances.
NEXT Child of the East Element & Spirit Print-Out
NEXT Child of the East Grandfather Sun. The power of Light and of Fire. The power to perceive. Individuality. The power to choose. The power of the East where the Sun rises. Humanity. 1 The power of access in the Collective Unconcious which makes recall of ancient knowledge possible. 11 Fifteen is located in the eastern Centre-on the Path of Illumination. 15 Sacred Stones of the East
NEXT South - Natural Medicine Path (Giving with Emotions) Where the Spirit Being becomes a Human Being. Characteristics: Retain or Regain Innocense, Peaceful Thoughts, Caregivers of animals and others, Friendship, Interdependence, Activity and Expression Medicine: Herbs and Plant Foods, Clearing and Absorption, Protective Remedies, Rest and Recovery Plants of the South: Aloe, Mint, Balm, Onion, Burdock, Pantain, Comfrey, Yellow Root or Golden Seal, Cucumber, Dandelion, Garlic, Ginger Things To Use & Think About Does the issue revolve around any of these things? Use this direction to help out with these circumstances.
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NEXT Child of the South The first "chilc" of the union of Sun and Earth creating new possibilities. The Moon. The power of the South and of feelings and emotions. Water. The Plant Kingdom - the great givers of energy. 3 Thirteen is concerned with the shifting of energy from one dimension to another and also with access to the spirit energy of planets 13 The Sacred Five is the power of Love- the means of merging with all thtat exists around us. The primary matrix structure, i.e. a centre and four cardinal points. The power of Family. Five is placed at the south of centre on the path of Trust and Innoncence 5 Sacred Stones of the South
NEXT West - Physical Medicine Path (Holding with the Body) Spiraling to reach adulthood in the North. Characteristics: Endurance, Physical Beauty, Competition, Introspection Medicine: Harmony and Balance, Helping Oneselves Plants of the West: Alfalfa, Hawthorn, Aloe, Horehound, Blackberry, Peppermint, Blue Cohosh, Oats, Cabbage, Pine Tree, Carrot, Echinacea, Garlic Things To Use & Think About Does the issue revolve around any of these things? Use this direction to help out with these circumstances.
NEXT Child of the West Element & Spirit Print-Out
NEXT Child of the West Grandmother Earth. The source of all our needs. Bonding power. The "marriage" of Sun and Earth that makes life possible. Earth is the great transformational power. The power of the West and of introspection. The Mineral Kingdom - the great holders of energy. 2 The power of organizational stabilty on a spiritual level. 12 The Sacred Twenty is located west of the Centre- on the Path of Transformation - indicates the power of Oneness, Perfection, and Love. It is being back at the Source. 20 Sacred Stones of the West
NEXT North - Mental Medicine Path (Receiving with the Mind) Learning and sharing in adulthood. Characteristics :Teaching, Creativity, Visionary Medicine: Relaxing- Calming the Spirit, Promotes Healing, Feather and Crystals, Respect for All Things, Acceptance Plants of the North: Catnip, Chamomile, Fennel, Feverfew, Mullein, Passion Flower, Skullcap, Valerian, Yarrow, Wild Cherry Things To Use & Think About Does the issue revolve around any of these things? Use this direction to help out with these circumstances.
NEXT The second "child"- the power of balance and alignment. The power of the North an do Air and the Mind - of knowledge and wisdom. The Stars. The Animal Kingdom - the great receivers of energy. 4 Fourteen is concerned with the power of access to the spirit energy of animals. 14 The Sacred Five and its mirrored reflection in the northern Centre - on the path of knowledge and wisdom- the realm of the Higher Self, where the Tonal and the Nagual are merged. Through access to the Higher Self, the spiritual Self, we are enabled to raise our consciousness to a higher Octave of spiritual awareness and of communication at more refined levels of being. 10 Sacred Stones of the North
What do I do now? Use the things in the direction you read to help you. Some things would be to take the medicinal plant of the direction and wear it around your neck in a small medicine bag. Another is to make prayer ties and offer prayers to direction for help and assistance. But this will be for you to decide. What is laid upon your heart is your guide. If you need assistance please contact me. I am always available to help. NEXT
Hopefully you have found some medicinal ways to address your issues. Remember to go to the direction in prayer and thanksgiving. Thank you for taking Part II. I hope it was beneficial. For personal teachings and/or readings please feel free to contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org