Robbie Warren, Otter Woman Standing, has been blessed with unique insight and connection to the Spirit World.  Her gifts have come naturally and been developed and nurtured by surrounding herself with amazing teachers and Medicine People … Joseph Rael, Beautiful Painted Arrow (Picuris Pueblo – Ute), Sammye Jo Harvey, Mother Moon (Chippewa Cree), Jeanne White Eagle (Cherokee), John Perhson, Marcus Ambrester -Whispering Elk, Teresa Hutson , Gogo Charles (Sangoma), Candy Barbee – Fire Bear and many other powerful Medicine People.

Over the years these people have recognized and encouraged Robbie on her Medicine Path.  It has been an incredible journey including the Sacred Lands of the Eastern and Western Band of Cherokee, the Lakota Badlands and the Black Hills, the land of the Pueblo Indians, and the Sacred Land of the Zulu (Sangoma) in South Africa. Robbie has taken part in and led Sacred Ceremony around the world and continues her travels and Spiritual Journeys of learning and healing.

Robbie has tremendous creative energy and a sincere desire to seek cooperative partnerships.  She has a talent for using her inspiration to uplift those around her.  Robbie takes pleasure in the richness of all possibilities and wants everyone to live life to the fullest.  Another exceptional gift is her ability to perceive how people limit their growth.  Robbie can help others break old patterns and gain new perspective on what is holding them back from receiving the fuller life they long for and deserve.

 

 

 

 

Otter Medicine

Robbie works with Otter Medicine as well as other animal energies.  Otter Medicine includes woman’s healing wisdom, sensibility without suspicion, guidance in revealing ones talents, psychic awareness, faithfulness, recovery issues, understanding the value of playtime, primal feminine energy, joy, playfulness, and prognostication.

Otters are regarded as the masters of play by the Native American and Celtic cultures. Observing an individual otter or a family of otters shows us that it’s possible to view life as a game to be enjoyed, rather than a burden to be endured. Living is not painful, it’s a gift. Life is too short to worry so much.

Because of the otters’ exemplary home life, nobility, curiosity, inventiveness, and playfulness, Native people recognized the power of the otter. Some of the most powerful medicine bags in certain tribes were made from the fur of otters. Otter medicine is so strong to some tribes that it is secret until you reach a certain degree of initiation.

Working with otter can teach you about playfulness, nurturing, originality, inventiveness, nobility, curiosity, humanitarianism, companionship, and child rearing.