How I use the teachings of the Medicine Wheel in my healing journey


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  1. Leslie Noganosh

    wonderfully exspressed, hugs and prayers to continue on your lifes journey

  2. Cynthia

    Thank you for sharing your story. The four aspects of the medicine wheel fascinate me and I wish your journey of healing will continue to foster these components in a balanced way.

  3. David Zakus

    Very wonderful to read…Wishing you Christine all the best on your journey. We must all do it. Best, david

  4. Denyse Lynch

    Dear Christine… thank you for sharing your story and educating us on the Medicine Wheel.. it is such a wonderful way to understand our make-up as human beings. All the factors you mention are critical to us…examining them, assessing where we are aligned, in balance with them or, out of balance. We should all be aware of our human being components.

    I empathize with your grief from the loss of your mom. Many of us share that experience and it is a difficult journey, one of my most difficult in life. You too are on your journey and I am very happy you have found supports along the way. Keep doing what helps you achieve balance and please continue sharing with those of us who can benefit from your words.
    Blessings on you.
    Denyse

  5. Mary

    Dear Christine-
    Your story is very inspiring and demonstrates that anything is possible when we stay true to our fundamental teachings, and have the courage to be ‘the best that we can’. Wishing you continued success on your journey.

  6. Djim Rowe

    Christine, wonderfully written. I too have learnt a lot from friends that live in Wikwemikong, on Manitoulin Island. I live in Tobermory to the South. The whole concept of the medicine wheel, the teachings, and the concept that they are truths to be learnt and applied to our village life and to our own hearts. So refreshing to my soul. Baamaapii

  7. Cassie Quinlan

    Thanks for your writing – and for sharing traditional ideas of balance in life – like the Medicine Wheel. Having a simple visualization like that seems helpful in a world of countless choices. I like the examples you give of types of activities. There are so many lessons in the visualizations and nature – to heal many of us! I like your examples for spiritual, they fill in a gap for me, working on a practice is different from the many thou shalt’s and thou shouldn’ts that I’ve been taught! Wishing you continued writing and sharing, I’ll look for your articles!

  8. karen

    Hi.
    I just quoted you in a project for my masters of education and wanted to thank-you for sharing your story.
    karen

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