Deer as Native American Birth Totem

The Corn Planting Moon comes to us from May 21 to June 20 and  is the third moon of Wabun (Golden Eagle). Wabun is the Spirit Keeper of the East direction on the Medicine Wheel.  The mineral totem for the Corn Planting Moon is moss agate. The plant totem is yarrow, and the animal totem is deer. The colors are green and white. The Corn Planting Moon is under the element of Air and the elemental clan is Butterfly.

The moss agate teaches people to clearly see their link with the mineral and plant kingdoms. The yarrow teaches about both cleansing and strengthening. The deer demonstrates the beauty of grace and quick movement. Corn Planting Moon teaches about beauty in yourself, in others, and in your environment and teaches about your own healing abilities. These birth totems  will point out any cutting edges in your personality, the necessity of balancing time and energy, and your ability to create. People born under  the deer position need to learn to be more consistent, less suspicious, and more willing to show some of their own deep feelings.

Deer teaches you about adaptability, camouflage, grace, beauty, speed, healing, sensitivity, alertness, creativity, your heart energy, and your connection with Spirit.

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Yarrow will help you discover the healing powers that flow through you and your inner strengths.

Moss agate teaches you to find truth and courage within even in the most difficult of circumstances.

~Mitakuye Oyasin~ We are all related

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3 Responses to Deer as Native American Birth Totem

  1. Kim says:

    I think this is mine. Have always felt an affinity with deer. I guess that’s why it was so upsetting to me to pull up beside a pickup truck last week with a big, dead, daddy deer tied to the back. I know it’s part of life but really, I found it hard to take. Look what they teach us.
    .-= Kim´s last blog ..Perry Weeks became a registered member =-.

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  3. bloomingrose says:

    This is my son’s totem. He has had a very hard life. Maybe like the deer, he is being primed to be a healer.

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