Friday, January 03, 2014
What is a Rainbow Warrior Artist?
When I was 16, I was in a foster home being sexually assaulted by a 26 year old man. Trapped with no where else to go, I went within and was born the vision of the White Turtle Rainbow. A power animal flying with a Rainbow which represents love is what was here to teach me about self love. I began to pray with tobacco and asked Great Creator for an Indian name, a teacher, and to serve the Great Creator. Within a short amount of time I was rescued by a Medicine Woman from my tribe who became my foster mother, teacher, and had a vision of my Indian name Wabun Anung which means Morning Star. I shared with this Medicine Woman my vision of the White Turtle Rainbow and that is when she said I am a Rainbow Warrior of the Native American Rainbow Warrior prophecy. The Native American people’s spirit being reborn from the past into bodies of the colors of the rainbow to heal Mother Earth. She said I have come to be a bridge builder among people.
Over time I saw the power of building a bridge within yourself in the form of self love as the vehicle to heal ourselves and Mother Earth which we are living extensions. I am taking actions to live self love and hope to inspire others to live self love along with me. Together I hope a new movement built on prophecy and shared positive actions will create a positive force as the White Turtle Rainbow Movement as the dawn of the new Earth is being born. As a Rainbow Warrior Artist, I see myself embracing the Native American prophecy and teachings of the Rainbow Warrior in my profession as a self employed Artist. My Artistic Creations reflect the expression of self love through White Turtle Rainbow. As I use my creativity I honor the Great Creator as I explore and share self love in my day to day life.
I am dedicating my Facebook Artist Page https://www.facebook.com/WhiteTurtleRainbo
w and my Tumblr http://white-turtle-rainbow.tumblr.com/ to 365 days of Self Love. If you have any suggestions or resources of self love you can share with me so I can experiment with them from now during this year this would really help a lot! Thanks!
Chi Miigwetch (Thank you very much in Ojibwe)
White Turtle Rainbow