Flicker or Woodpecker Native American Totem

The Strong Sun Moon arrives between June 21 and July 22. It is the first moon of Shawnodese (Coyote),  Spirit Keeper of the South position on the Native American Medicine Wheel  This moon occurs at the time of the summer solstice.  The mineral totem for the Strong Sun Moon is carnelian agate,  the plant is the wild rose, and the animal is the flicker or woodpecker.  The color is pink. The element is water  and you belong to the Frog clan.

The carnelian agate teaches people  about their strong heart connection.  The rose teaches people  about their ability both to heal and to inspire.  The flicker or woodpecker teaches people about their desire for self-expression. The Strong Sun Moon teaches about the importance of the emotions and the need for a strong home base.  People born under the Strong Sun Moon are intuitive and wild in some aspects of being, and yet  conservative and home loving in others.  The Strong Sun Moon teaches  about the law of relationship and about family, mothering, and nurturing. While working with the flicker people must guard against wallowing in their own emotions and about fearing to take a stand.

Flicker or woodpecker can teach you about communicating, music, joy, nurturing, courage, protection, tenacity, and your connection with the universal.

~Mitakuye Oyasin~ We are all related

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Beverly Two Feathers

Beverly Two Feathers is my spiritual name, other places I use my Anglo name you can find me as Beverly Owens on Google +

4 thoughts on “Flicker or Woodpecker Native American Totem”

  1. This is mine as well and really fits me!
    While mine in not directly on the line, it is near enough. Also I have someone close to me that IS on the 21st of July late in the day. So I am interested in the answer to Holley about the line placements
    Wishing you a wondrous day.
    Barbara Grace

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