There is something very powerful here because synchronicity is calling loud and clear. During my travels over the past two weeks, I decided to view an important multicultural video called Lakota Woman.
This movie/documentary described the siege of the Native Americans in a reservation town called Wounded Knee. The Lakota people were not treated with compassion in days past, and unfortunately, the atrocities are still remembered today.
The morning after I watched this movie, NativeAmericanDreamWeaver provided a dream that rings of a mysterious synchronicity. She provided this dream several days after her dream took place, which just happened to be the morning after my movie. She starts by saying:
7/8/2014 10:12am (I did not post this dream right away because I had to look up the correct spelling of the Lakota words from the dream because their sound is what holds so much power!)
The name of the dream was “Wakan—White Buffalo Calf Woman”
I am standing by old faithful, all of the people are gone, it is just me and the geyser and the sky keeps changing colors very quickly. The Buffalo “whose name is the sound of Thunder” walks up and stands beside me on my left. “It has been a while since you have come to see me” I said to him. “You were busy exploring the past” he says to me. We speak for a moment without words and he tells me he has brought a friend, I feel a nudge on the right side of my body and when I look to my right I see a beautiful white buffalo!
Sacred is the name of this Wakan Woman (Spirit Woman) White Buffalo Calf Woman!!!!!!!
She looks deep into my eyes, I can feel the gentleness of her soul, her eyes have a smile in them and I sense her wisdom as she knows things that I do not, she does not speak words to me either but with her mind she tells me;
“You need to stop seeking the answers in your dreams “La Cik Ala Mastinca ikhophesniya” – Little Rabbit no fear (This is my childhood name given to me by my mother when I was 11 years old) you need to do your vision quest so you may speak with your guides and your elders, this needs to happen before your wedding ceremony is to begin with your apache.
When you quest you must be present and own your new name “thate mkha maniyan woihanble sun” – Wind Walking Dream Weaver, you must do this to receive the blessing of your relations. “
“Your beads cannot be sown without this quest, just as your water gathering ceremony will not be complete either. Stop trying to look between the cards of the white man, their world and their ways do not matter in the hearts of your people and remember to listen to your four legged brothers, as you walk in peace with them. They will bond with you, and guide you on your journey. Be in the world but not of the world, harmony is required of you at this time.”
I thanked her for her message and guidance, I turned my head back to the geyser, the skies had turned back into a beautiful blue, and now the geyser was three small mountains with three geysers spraying water. The geysers where the bright color the skies had been. (I feel a special blessing has been tripled with the new landscape) as I look around I am no longer in yellow stone national park. I don’t know exactly where I am, but it is very peaceful, I feel the doubt I held onto before just washed away and there is a confidence that is coming from within that I have not felt in a long time.
I sit down on a rock and I begin to pick up small pieces of sinew, feathers, bone, and seed beads, there are strands of leather and willow branches all that I need the earth below my feet has provided. I begin to weave a new Dream Catcher; the colors are a bold green, a light blue, and white. I pick up a stone and I am given a song so I begin to sing as I am weaving:
Mitakuye OyasinHoye yayo, hoye yayo
Maka sitomniyan, okiya wau yelo, Iktomi wan heyaya uwelo, Miye mawakan yelo.
All over this world I come to help, a spider says these things as he comes, Me, I am sacred.
Anpetu ki le mitawa yelo ,Anpetu ki le mitawa yelo.
This day belongs to me; this day belongs to me.
Wakan oyate wan waniyang u ktelo, Wayankaya yo.
A sacred nation is appearing, Come and see.
Wankata peta wanlakelo, Henake tunkan pica wanlakelo.
Up above you have seen a spark; they are stones that you have seen.
Oyate hanta po itateya mawani yelo,
People move aside, I walk in the wind
Hoye yayo, hoye yayo
I sing these prayers over and over until the dream catcher is complete. It is beautiful; I study it in great detail so I can remember it, every bead, every feather, and every weave. I burn it into my mind (special note here: before I can make a dream catcher for someone I must dream making it in order to be able to do it when I am awake.)
First of all, it is absolutely critical that everyone knows just how sacred this dream experience was for our Native American dreamer. I quote her exact words here:
This is a very SPECIAL and SACRED thing that I do in the dream time, sharing this dream, is sharing the most detailed parts of my spirituality, and my heritage, I am also sharing someone else’s dream medicine, which is why I will not go into detail about the finished dream catcher.
To be sure, the dream catcher sequence is technically FOR some other beneficiary, but please remember that no dream has just one meaning. I personally saw many similarities in this dream as I did in the movie as well as some resemblances to our DreamForecasts.
The dream points out that “a sacred nation is appearing.” Do we need any more confirmation as we await the birth of something new and beautiful? Furthermore, we get a warning to stop following the cards of the white man. This further describes how the old ways of doing things are changing.
That statement reminds me of the July 7th linguistic phrase, “Gave done failed planet true awake.”
We are awakening to a new world. The ways of the old could be considered a “failed planet,” but the collective is becoming “truly awake.”
Our dreams are showing us the way…the way to the new world.
…and Lakota woman/dreamer, I feel blessed that you shared your dream experience with all of us.