Medicine Wheel Model

Medicine Wheel ModelWhat is the Medicine Wheel Model?

“The Medicine Wheel represents the Circle of Life – Mother Earth where we are all connected, man, animal and all living things” Phillip Whiteman Jr.

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The Medicine Model is the original map of life that native people lived by since the beginning of time. It is a philosophy for life, in which we are all connected. All of creation is part of the Medicine Wheel and at the center is balance – the Creator. It represents diversity of life; the four seasons, four colors, four directions, four stages of life, and behaviors that come with each stage. It represents the sky, the land, the water, and underground. The philosophy teaches us the energy we put out to the universe – is reflected back to us. Simply stated, what you do to others you do to yourself. As part of the philosophy the Sun and Moon play a vital role in the connection to the universe; male and female, left brain and right brain, and how the center lobe connects us to our emotions.

The Medicine Wheel Model is a guide to help us find balance in our lives and to understand how our actions affect everything around us: horses, humans and all living things.

Learn More about the Medicine Wheel Model

We Offer Presentations & Workshops sharing the philosophy of the Medicine Wheel Model and how it can be applied to your life or organization; whether personal or professional.

Presentations

Presentations range from 45 minutes to 2 hours and can be formatted to meet the objectives of your organization.

Workshops and Seminars

A more in-depth training of the Medicine Wheel Model.

One, two or three day workshops.

Topics that tie in with the Medicine Wheel Model teachings:

  • Respect For Mother Earth
  • Global Warming & other Issues affecting the Earth
  • Respect for Diversity
  • Cultural Humility (more than Integrity)
  • Drug & Alcohol Prevention
  • Self Esteem through Culture
  • Violence is not our Tradition
  • Family Wellness
  • Historical Trauma – Overcoming Adversity
  • Working with Adolescents – Rights of Passage
  • Gang Prevention through Traditional Warrior Societies

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