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Medicine Wheel & Talking Circles

Honoring the Beauty and Cycles of all Life.

 

Earth rhythms and celestial alignments such as the full moon, new moon, solstices, equinox cycles, eclipses, comets, and stargates are acknowledged in gatherings around the medicine wheel.


The Medicine Wheel is a circle made of stones and represents our relationship within the circle of life. The Medicine Wheel has many symbolic interpretations, traditions, and teachings.  When we step into a Medicine Wheel, we are stepping into the honoring, healing, and transformation of our lives, our communities, and our planet. We gather in circle and pass the talking stick sharing from our hearts and listening with respect. Coming together for medicine wheel ceremony is a beautiful opportunity to honor the relationship that exists between humanity, the environment, the animals, the plants, and all living things to make a difference in our world.


To walk the Medicine Wheel connects you with all aspects of the Universe, Mother Earth, and all our relations. It is a sacred space dedicated to the invitation of the divine power into our midst, free of doctrine and inclusive of all religions. In the Medicine Wheel, all build their bridge, joining heaven and earth, and the act of ‘entering the wheel’ separates us from our daily routine and ordinary reality. 

MEDICINE WHEELS

I want to inspire others with passion, and provide a space where all may come, whether it be to heal, to come to center, to step into their spiritual journey or to have a glimpse beyond the veil igniting a spark of their own divinity.  

Here, all paths connect with the Mother Earth, Creator, and 

all that is. 

I have been asked ~

What does it feel like to be a Medicine Wheel Keeper?

What are my responsibilities for holding this sacred space?

What does it feel like to be a Medicine Wheel Keeper?

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It is a special calling, one that I am honored and blessed to carry. 

How has it affected my life?

What are my responsibilities for holding this sacred space?

What does it feel like to be a Medicine Wheel Keeper?

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I live my life with more integrity, awareness of all life, and I share myself with others. It has opened me (and others) to endless possibilities. 

What are my responsibilities for holding this sacred space?

What are my responsibilities for holding this sacred space?

What are my responsibilities for holding this sacred space?

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There is a responsibility to serve the planet and humanity with clear vision. To come from a place of balance and to hold the grounds sacred, to open and close ceremonial space in a sacred way, and to keep the integrity of the space with a pure heart. 

When we step into a medicine wheel we are stepping into the honoring, healing and transformation of our lives, our communities and our planet.

~Stephanie Phelps