Hello and Good Evening!
I hope everyone is doing well this week. I am enjoying our rainy season here in Albuquerque, along with the cool breezes it brings. The garden grows best at this time of year, and I await the green chiles that will come up from the south as soon as the monsoon season is over.
Earlier this week, I came across a site with some beautiful dreamcatchers, that inspired me to write about them, and share that link with you. For your enjoyment, here is the latest article from the Native American site at BellaOnline.com.
DreamCatchers bring us many teachings, from Spider Woman to the Sacred Circle; all are incorporated within its Web. Let us look at the different parts that make up the DreamCatcher, to better understand the various teachings it offers to us all, and the help they can bring to our dreams.
There are plenty more articles and links where that came from. Visit our homepage at www.nativeamerican.bellaonline.com for loads of information on Native Americans, including stories, recipes and more.
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We have been telling many stories at the campfire, and are still adding medicinal herbs to our herb thread also. If you have anything to add, stop on by and post it for us, or if you need herbal information, we are putting it together there for you, so come on by and check it out!
I hope you will stop by the forum and get acquainted, or send me a comment from our Native American homepage - either way, I'd love to hear from you sometime!
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DawnEagle Summers, Native American Editor
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