Published on November 15, 2012 by Amy
For a few weeks I had been procrastinating on a few projects. I went into the kitchen to make some tea and saw a huge spider crawling across the floor. I want to make it very clear that this spider was HUGE.
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This spider medicine meant business and it definitely wanted me to see it! I knew exactly what “spider medicine” represented and I said, “Alright already, alright!”
Spider Medicine represents creativity. Its 8 legs represent the 4 winds of change and the 4 directions on the medicine wheel. Its body is in the shape of an 8, which represents infinite possibilities. “Spider people” must look beyond the web of illusion of the physical world and look beyond the horizon to other dimensions.
It means, “wake up girl and get creative. You’ve got a lot to say. Think, create, think, create.” Needless to say, spider medicine was telling me to get back to my office and start weaving new patterns for my life. I scooped up the spider medicine and took her downstairs to the garage where she would be safe and comfortable. I welcomed her to visit me another time when I start moving off track.