STORYTELLER: Live larger than life. Make the most of every experience. You can choose the meaning that you give events. Find interpretations that empower you, rather than diminish you. Be the storyteller and the hero of your own life. Give your personal story empowering meanings.
Your Native Spirit Wants You To Know: Around the evening campfire, clan members always looked forward to the storyteller recounting events of the daily happenings of the tribe. Even the most mundane event took on a vibrancy in the expert hands of an experienced storyteller. The Storyteller card chose you to remind you to be the champion of your own personal myth; be the central character. Don’t live life according to the needs and expectations of others. Don’t be a bit player in your own story.
The Journey: Take an event in your life that you gave a disempowering meaning and find a way to rescript it so that the interpretation of this same story is one in which you are the hero.
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NATURE SPIRITS: Joy. Delight. Peaks of carefree abandon. Living wildly, magically, and free. Be open to the wonders of the Universe flooding into your life. Innocence and delight are abounding. Happiness is on its way!
Your Native Spirit Wants You To Know: Almost every indigenous culture recounts stories of fairies (often called “little people”) and nature spirits. Although some of the fairies act in protection of their wild lands and should be treated with care and respect, most often they bring blessings and delight to all in their realm. If this Nature Spirits card chooses you, then welcome to a well-spring of joy and magic. Beneath the surface, mystical interventions are occurring in your life. Relax. All is well.
The Journey: Even taking a few moments of stillness in the natural world can help you attune to the world of the little people and nature spirits. If you see a small flash of light or a movement of a leaf on a windless day, these are often signs that the wee folk are near.