Known to represent the duel expression of good and evil, the snake was highly regarded and utilized in the rituals of many Native American Tribes to invoke an element of pointed focus. Sometimes seen as evil the snake also represents fertility and healing.
Snake teaches us to look for changes in circumstances and encourages movement towards a new life, awakening our creative forces. Snake stimulates a greater perception, and guides us to better apply our insights and intuition.
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Monarchs of the plains, Bison were an essential part of Native American life. Used in everything from religious rituals to teepee construction, Bison is a grounding totem, that reflects the hidden abundance at our fingertips. Thought to be a spiritual protector, Bison provides nourishment for both the body, and the soul.
Master of the sky, Eagle is an honored messenger, carrying the prayers of man between the World of Earth and the World of Spirit. Many Native Nations honor this bird for possessing courage, wisdom, and a special connection to the creator. Eagle represents a state of grace that is reached by claiming our own personal power and living in balance with heaven and earth.
Timing is everything for Falcon who teaches us to use our mental faculties more effectively and to channel patience to capture what we most need and desire in both our physical and spiritual lives.
Believed to reflect negative energy and absorb strength Arrowhead signifies alertness and serves as a reminder to keep a watch out for danger. Wearing an arrowhead, as a talisman protects the bearer from their enemies and teaches us to cultivate the forces within - providing the strength to persevere.