Published on November 13, 2012 by Amy
On a trip to New Orleans with friends Peg and Christine, I specifically remember the moment Peg called out, “Cattle Egret!” Even though she was the one who saw the Cattle Egret Medicine first, our attention was also drawn to the Bird Medicine. Therefore, the bird medicine was meant for Christine and I as well.
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Cattle Egret Medicine is interesting because it often rides the backs of others (cattle or other large animals) in order to obtain their intended desire (food/insects). They ride the backs of larger animals for a specific purpose, making it easier to obtain their goal. Even though we did not see Cattle Egret Medicine riding the back of cattle, the message is still present and worth decipering individually.
Interestingly enough, the three of us in a sense were riding each others back in order to reach our destination (intended desire) . . New Orleans Jazz Fest.