If you carry wolf medicine, here are some
characteristics that sound familiar to you: You are fiercely loyal -- to friends, family,
ideals and principles. There is no compromise for you. You are very territorial. You protect
all that is yours and your family's at any expense. You are fearless in your protection, but
not reckless. You plan your strategy carefully, and wait for the opportune moment for most
powerful effect. You have a strong family structure. There is no doubt who the elders,
patriarchs and parents are, or about their roles in the family structure. Disobedience,
selfishness and unruly behavior is not tolerated as there are strong boundaries for the young.
They are taught well and carefully so that they may assume leadership roles in their own
family structures. You have an unrelenting sense of adventure. You love to explore new things,
to stretch out for new horizons. You have a thirst for knowledge and for learning new things.
You are eager to share these things, which makes you a natural teacher. Your adventures may
take you away from home and family, but it is important that you have this base of security to
return to. You have an unrelenting need to be alone. You are so busy being the protector, the
provider, the teacher, and the trailblazer, that it's very easy for you to become exhausted and
burned out. In order to re-charge your spirit, and keep your balance, it is critical that you
have time to be alone with your thoughts and your own sense of self. This is one side of your
nature that must not be overlooked. Even if you lock yourself in the bathroom for 15 minutes a
day, the time alone must be honored if you are to have value to those you care for.
Wolf is power. Wolf is honor. Wolf is integrity.
Brother Wolf; Sister Wolf -- I honor you
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