Native American Birth Totem – Garnet & Iron

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Native American Birth Totem - Garnet
Native American Birth Totem – Garnet & Iron

Native American Birth Totem – Garnet & Iron

Garnet and Iron are the mineral totems for the Ripe Berries Moon. Both are good for the blood and the heart. The heart is the center of the emotions, and Garnet can enable one’s emotions to flow freely.

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It can also be of aid in getting to the heart of a matter. Iron can help you to temper your emotions as you go through life’s experiences. It can also give you the strength and hardness to be able to say no when it is needed.

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