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Moon: Budding Trees Moon



Spirit keeper of the East

March 21 to April 19

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March - Sai-Ksi-O-Tsi-Tot-Toh-Pi - When the Geese Come

April - Ma-Tsi-Yik-Ka-Pi-Sai-Ki*S- Frog Month

Power Animal: Red Tail Hawk
Mineral: Fire opal
Color: Yellow
Plant: Dandelion
Clan: Thunderbird
Element: Fire

The Budding Trees Moon  is the first moon of Wabun, Spirit Keeper of the East and occurs at the time of the spring equinox. The stone for this moon is placed one quarter of the way between the eastern and southern stones in the outer circle. The mineral totem for the Budding Trees Moon is the fire opal, the plant is the dandelion, and the animal is the red-tailed hawk. The color is yellow.

This position is directly influenced by the Thunderbird clan. The fire opal can teach people in this position about the need for water the emotions in tempering their fiery energy. The dandelion can show them the advantages of taking root as well as flying. The red-tailed hawk can demonstrate the joy of freedom and of a long, clear view. The Budding Trees Moon will teach you about energy, intensity, catalyzing change, fearlessness, and optimism. Being in this position will show you your leadership ability, the enormity of your own spirit, and the extent of your Clear  sightedness. People experiencing the Budding Trees Moon need to learn to channel their energies, contain their emotions, and be more patient with others.


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