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With apologies to "this" White Eagle,
This review is from: White Eagle Medicine Wheel Deck (Cards)
I've only given this item one star, as I needed to rate it in order to post a comment - but to be fair, having not bought it, that may be unfair, so be aware - and make your decision, fellow-customer!
What I do wish to make anyone aware of, is that this item is NOT connected to the White Eagle Lodge(Admin H.Q. New Lands, Liss) itself, but is another "White Eagle" character, entirely.
If anyone has been drawn to it because they are looking for White Eagle Lodge stuff - there's plenty of his beautiful teachings here, so look onwards, and you'll find 'em!
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Initial post: 7 Apr 2013 17:47:02 BDT
Marie, how thoughtful of yu to point this out. White eagle is used by many as a spirit guide, and the whtie eagle used in spiritualism is Im sure not the same indian, as this one, Ive used these cards before, and am a spiritualist too, but love the native american indian beleifs, isnt it wonderful that eagles or elks or ravens or wolves are all used to help us, as in spirit guides, or totem animal guides,helping us thru our lives. Silver Birch too, is an old guide, but I thought it was a tree!
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Apr 2013 15:56:46 BDT
Last edited by the author on 8 Apr 2013 15:58:08 BDT
Hi Jacqui - you're right of course, there's a silver birch tree, and a N.A. spirit guide of that name, too. Probably he was named for the spiritual qualities of the tree, though I don't know what they are.
Whatever our choices, Spirit finds a way to help -and maybe we've all had past lives as N.A.s (?) that's why these beliefs feel so right to us, now.
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Sep 2013 18:09:50 BDT
LESSON OF THE BIRCH
from The Wisdom of Trees by Jane Gifford
The birch tree symbolizes a fresh start and can bring courage and determination to those of us who are treading the path of spiritual growth and development
for the first time.
Although the birch does appear fragile, it is in fact extremely hardy. This teaches us that in apparent weakness there is often to be found great strength.
The birch also promises new life and love, and is a potent symbol of purification and renewal, which focuses our attention on our potential for the change and on the consideration of new directions and goals to be experienced in our lives.
It teaches the lesson of unselfishness and of caring for the needs of others in ways that help them to flourish of their own accord.
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