A relatively short distance from Weyburn Saskatchewan at the highest point, the Moose Mountain Medicine Wheel humbly waits for those who seek its gifts.
My intention was simple. To let go and allow peace to fill the space. This site is more than 2000 years old and its traditional use is somewhat of a mystery. I felt welcomed here and approached with a clumsy respect. I say clumsy because I don’t know tradition or ceremony so from the perspective of those that do, I probably seem a fool. I am grateful that Spirit is more concerned with our Heart and not protocols.
I heard “allow love to be your medicine” after I had completed my form of ceremony. This is what I walked away with and what I will further incorporate into my life. I knew this before but the reminder seemed really important this time.
What arrested my attention later that evening was another force within my own nervous system attempting to convince me that I still needed to hold on to what I had let go earlier. This is my rule: Any thought that attempts to rob your peace, create fear or have you feeling less than the love you are is a weed to be pulled and composted. We have to be on guard against past programming that dictates a lesser version of who we truly are.
Allow love to be your medicine.