Mountain Lions appear in the stories of various Indigenous tribes as the symbol of a wise and confident leader. The Hopi revere the Lion as a sacred guardian for the tribe to whom they look for on-going advice during rituals. Navajo tribes likewise consider the Lion Spirit a guardian and protector.
The appearance of the Lion Spirit Animal finds itself attracted to people who are brave and outspoken with leadership potential. The Lion can also appear to people who need to reclaim control over a certain situation but are finding it difficult to gather the strength to do so. Channeling Lion energy encourages you to do what is noble and right with conviction. The Lion is the epitome of the Hunter, the Fighter and the Warrior. If you wish to be a cut above the rest, if you wish to not merely attack a problem but destroy and annihilate it then the Lion is definitely the animal you want to invoke. this candle is dressed with a perfect combination of herbs, oils and resins that channel the courage, bravery and strength of the Lion Spirit. 🦁
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Beautiful Mount Yengo in the Greater Blue Mountains. The aboriginal name for this site is ‘Yango’, meaning ‘mountain’. To the Aboriginal people of eastern New South Wales, this sacred mountain is just as important as Uluru is to the indigenous of the Australian desert.
This was said to be the place where creator or sky god Baiame arrived and left after creating the world. Hence, its flat top.
The Baiame myth tells how he came down from the sky to the land, and created rivers, mountains, and forests. He then gave the people their laws of life, traditions, songs, and culture. He also created the first initiation site. This is known as a bora; a place where boys were initiated into manhood. When he had finished, he returned to the sky, and people called him the Sky Hero or All Father or Sky Father.
Hmmm... sounds like he could very well have been a visitor from outer space to me... very similar to other indigenous creation stories around the world 🙏💕💫 #aboriginal#creationmyth#creation#mtyengo#yango#nsw#australia#finchleytriglookout#finchleylookout#bluemountains#sacredsites#uluru#aborigine#indigenous#galactic#view
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