THE CLAN MOTHERS: WALK YOUR TALK TO HEAL

Today we begin a new phase together in our journey. A time that commands that we come together. Where we realize that asking for help, following our truth, acknowledging that our needs must be met are some of many reasons to wake up in the morning full of love and grace to push us forward to where we want to be.

Today we can stand tall and become incarnations of our Truth. Let us walk together without the fear that keeps us divided. Let us acknowledge each other. Let us not be a witness in these times but an activist of light to shed on the dark.

Invoking the Native Wisdom of Our Country

If you have read the quotes on our home page, you will notice we reference The Clan Mothers. Jamie Sams brings life to Native American oral tradition in her book, by creating The 13 Original Clan Mothers. Each Clan Mother embodies a particular teaching which also corresponds to a particular moon cycle. These mothers bear gifts and talents that help nurture and develop our individual offerings. Sams shares how theses women can bring native feminism into our everyday.

The Truth of Healing:

“It was through these Thirteen Clan Mothers that the truth of healing was discovered: When we heal ourselves, others are healed. When we nurture our dreams, we give birth to the dreams of human kind. When we walk as loving aspects of the Earth Mother, we become fertile, life-giving Mothers of the Creative Force. When we honor our bodies, our health, and our emotional needs, we make space for our dreams to come into being. When we speak the truth from our healed hearts we allow life abundant to continue on our Mother Planet.”

November Clan Mother: “Walks Tall Woman”

The Clan Mother of the 11th Moon Cycle is “Walks Tall Woman.” She teaches us to walk our talk. To honor the truth that resides in us, that IS our Life Force energy (prana). As we continue to walk in our truth, we will discover that there is no need to fear what others may believe of us. Leading through example of our words and philosophies, not merely following blindly. This act will keep us advancing. Choosing to be vulnerable as we explore all the possible choices ahead while understanding the priority of how innovation must take place to break destructive patterns. Allowing ourselves to be open to the new, the uncomfortable. And knowing and understanding that we are capable of changing life’s situations ourselves, not depending or expecting others to do it for us. By demanding the best of ourselves as we awaken every day to stand for what we believe.

Walks Tall Woman is reinforced by the color white. The color of magnetism, the color in which we are shown how to use authority and our determinate will properly. A small but powerful invocation: wear white to embody this spirit as we move wildly and fiercely into the light!

Yes, Words Matter, But Honoring Our Words With Faith Filled Action IS EVERYTHING!!!

Words are powerful but if your actions do not align with your words then vibrationally you are sending mixed messages, and you will manifest mixed results (Abraham-Hicks). Faith is taking action with the understanding that you have already received what you have asked for without having it yet. Having the inner conviction, and behaving as though it is on its way.

What are WE, YOU, US asking for today? Peace? Love? Equality? Visibility? Respond to these desires with intuitive conviction and be amazed by what is about to unfold!

Friendly Reminder:

We live in a world of contrast. The deeper we can understand this the easier it will be to navigate through all the inevitable disruptions we encounter. This change we desire will require self-discipline. Let us not fall into numbing ourselves, but to walk together in our truth because united we stand!

All truth seekers are supported.

Affirmation:

“I invoke the energy of my truth. As I speak my truth, then activate my truth through action I have summoned  a vibrational match to my truth and that energy can never be destroyed. I am ready to manifest my truth. I AM HERE NOW! I now walk my talk with my brothers and sisters in compassion and love!”

 


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