(Aquarius/Leo) HAIKU Shamanic Series, Medicine Wheel Totem: “Otter” (Serie chamánica, Tótem de la rueda de medicina: “Nutria”)

(Aquarius /Leo) HAIKU Shamanic Series, Medicine Wheel Totem: Otter   Aquarius (North hemisphere: January 20 to February 18) Leo (South Hemisphere: July 22 to August 22) Element: air/ stone: turquoise Haiku   Social, inventive, Smart, intuitive, nurturing, Honest, a true friend!   Teaches: -Dig deep for the truth -Stay grounded while reaching (for the) stars…

SHAMANIC SERIES Haiku poems, Learning from animals: “Squirrel” (Aprendiendo de los animales: “Ardilla”)

Photo credit: albino squirrel Pinterest Learning from Nature: “Squirrel”   Resourceful, clever, Energetic, expressive, Excellent planner!   Teaches:   -Prepare & plan ahead -Live in tune with the seasons -Balance work and play   (Also: -There’s time for everything, -Let down your defenses, -Learn to trust more!) Amira   Aprendiendo de la naturaleza: “ardilla”  …

(Capricorn/Cancer) HAIKU Shamanic Series, Medicine Wheel Totem: “Snow Goose” (Serie chamánica, Tótem de la rueda de medicina: “Ganso de Nieve”)

  (Capricorn/Cancer) HAIKU Shamanic Series, Medicine Wheel Totem: “Snow Goose”   December 22 to January 19 Northern Hemisphere: Capricorn June 21 to July 21 Southern Hemisphere: Cancer Element Earth, Stone: Quartz HAIKU   Beauty, insight, love, An environmentalist! Intuitive, fun…   Teaches:   -Seek cooperation -Plan ahead (& keep a) sense of humor -Share honest…

SHAMANIC SERIES: Learning from animals Haiku poems: “Beaver” (Castor)

National symbol of Canada   “Beaver”   Work ethic, order, Perseverant, industrious, Cooperation, Hope!   Teaches:   -Don’t procrastinate! -Balance work-play-family -Have faith, build your dreams!   (Also: -Change is your friend, Stay flexible and ready to invent, -New horizons and hope for your family and home) Amira Símbolo nacional de Canadå Series chamánicas, aprendiendo…

PET POEMS: “LITTLE DOG’S RHAPSODY IN THE NIGHT”

LITTLE DOG’S RHAPSODY IN THE NIGHT He puts his cheek against mine and makes small, expressive sounds. And when I’m awake, or awake enough he turns upside down, his four paws in the air and his eyes dark and fervent. “Tell me you love me,” he says. “Tell me again.” Could there be a sweeter…

POEMS: “Wild Geese” (“Gansos Salvajes”)

  Wild Geese   You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees for a hundred miles through the desert repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves. Tell me about despair, yours, and I will tell you mine. Meanwhile…