Native American ~ Sirius ~ Connection
Souls From Sirius
They are very visual, both in their ability to see things which others do not, and in their manner of learning.
Those who have Sirius as their planetary origin are very focused, very determined, and set on whatever path they are on at a given time.
It is very difficult to change the mind of one from Sirius, but once they have become convinced that a new Path is more appropriate, they become totally focused on the New, and release the old quickly.
Sirians have strong beliefs, ideals and personal integrity.
Those from Sirius make loyal, trustworthy friends, and expect the same in return. They become hurt and disillusioned when these expectations are not meant.
Sirians do not share the inner personal self with others easily, and may have difficulty sharing emotions and expressing feelings and needs.
To be fully accepted and trusted as a close personal friend of a Siriun means that you have been carefully scrutinized.
Those from Sirius tend to be future oriented, and do not enjoy focusing on the past.
Sirians do not enjoy confrontations or open expressions of anger but if forced into an argument will defend themselves and their beliefs fiercely. This is particularly true if honor of themselves or loved ones is involved.
One of the lessons many Sirians have chosen to work with in this lifetime is the importance of releasing old pain, forgiving self and others, and moving on.
Sirians have a very unique and strong sense of humor, which often is only seen when they are with those they trust and feel at ease with.
Sirians may be considered dreamers by some. This is due to their active, vivid inner life. There is a tendency to not notice trivial third dimensional things in the present.
As children, Sirians are more attracted to the Inner World, which is often more interesting than that which is taught in Earth Schools. These are children who benefit greatly from alternative schools; they are very intelligent and strong enough within to feel that if something does not interest them, they should not be required to learn about it.