Kate’s Spirit Keeper Posters

 

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Spirit Keeper of the North - Buffalo

Spirit Keeper of the North - Buffalo

Size: 19 x 25”
The direction of the North brings in the element Earth and the realm of our ancestors and guides. Here we find the soul wisdom we ultimately seek and are helped by those who have gone before us. The buffalo symbolizes this level of acceptance and peace.

Price: $35

 
Spirit Keeper of the South - Coyote

Spirit Keeper of the South - Coyote

Size: 19 x 25”
In the South we find the element, Fire, associated with spontaneous knowing from the heart, with spirit, with making things happen. The south is also associated with childhood, with innocence and trust, with all that makes people happy. This is where the coyote comes in. He is the trickster (from Native lore) and will teach you how to know when to trust, and who. The raven is likewise a trickster, especially in Innuit myth.

Price: $35

 
Spirit Keeper of the West - Bear

Spirit Keeper of the West - Bear

Size: 19 x 25”
The West is associated with Water, the domain of emotions, human drama and suffering. Here we have lessons in facing our fears, our dark shadow and the collective unconscious. We learn to incorporate rather than distance ourselves from this aspect of life. Here the Bear symbolizes the fierce heart life demands and the strength to find our courage.

Price: $35

 
Spirit Keeper of the East - Eagle

Spirit Keeper of the East - Eagle

Size: 19 x 25”
In the East we find the element, Air, associated with seeing truth, suggesting the perspective of the bird family. It is the most purely spiritual of the directions.

Price: $35

 

Four Directions

These 19X25” posters became a series in the 1990s.

As an astrologer I was familiar with the psychological meaning of the four elements. At that time I became interested in shamanism and became excited about using art to combine the Four Elements and the Four Directions.

Amazingly in many ways they seem as relevant and fresh as ever in terms of what they communicate. They were very popular for some time; there are only a few left now.

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