Native American rituals and practices are rooted in association with
all facets of life and the Great Spirit (God). Consequently, the Native
American exercise of “animal medicine” covers an awareness that
conveys itself when a particular animal crosses our path.
The word “medicine” in Native American use and in the tradition of
animal medicine concerns the healing facets that a certain animal
brings to our consciousness. This would imply anything that defends,
strengthens, restores, empowers, or repairs the spiritual body, in
addition to the physical body.
Once we’re aware of what a particular animal represents, then we may
take the necessary steps to produce changes in our life according to
In the accompanying illustrations, you’ll notice that there’s reference
to “crow individuals,” “spider individuals” or “ant individuals.” This is
because the individual who sees the animal medicine is named for the
animal while they’re becoming cognizant or when they’re in the
middle of altering a behavior due to the cognizance.
“Crow medicine” has the power to shape-shift. This implies they may
be 2 places at one time. When “crow individuals” see or listen to crow
medicine, it brings a cognizance that they’re able to be in 2 places at
whatever given time.
This might be presenting a lecture and jointly talking to you through
this book. It’s being on the radio and talking to you at the same time
through the this book. I may likewise be working with a person and at
the same time talking through the book. It may be a speaking to you
by writing a book and through a radio show at the same time.
This may present confirmation that being versatile will help someone
reach more individuals at the same time and that someone is doing
what they love.