Animal Medicine: Buffalo

Published on November 12, 2012 by Amy

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Buffalo
Buffalo

Buffalo People are learning to embrace abundance in many forms; knowing there is more than meets the eye. Buffalo Medicine is used to feed the tribe, clothe the tribe, their bones were used to make tools for the survival of the tribe and their hooves were used to make glue for the tribe.

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A White Buffalo is still considered “extremely” sacred to most Native American tribes, including the Cherokee.

In fact, many Native Americans will travel clear across the country to witness the arrival of a new White Buffalo. In 1994, a White Buffalo named “Miracle” was born on the Heider farm in Wisconsin.

The “Miracle” calf brought over 20,000 visitors, including the Dalai Lama and people of all races, cultures and religions to make the pilgrimage to visit the calf. It is believed there are only 7 white buffalos in existance today and there is less than one in ten million chance of a white buffalo being born.

When Buffalo Medicine grabs your attention it is asking you to embrace abundance in ALL forms. Look around you; there may be something in your space that has the capacity to create more abundance than you realize. When Buffalo Medicine comes in front of you, it is reminding you to think abundantly and the ability to replicate is in your grasp.

Buffalo’s message is about holding your prayers resolute and firm; giving thanks continually that your prayers have already been answered in the most abundant way possible.

Buffalo Medicine has a sacred connection with Mother Earth (Great Spirit) because Buffalo continues to aid, assist and provide God’s children on earth.

Source: drstandley

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