Do you endure episodes of repeatedly falling on your face? No matter what you do, things seem to go wrong? It could be coyote medicine.
Personally, I’m not a big fan of spiritual dogma, but I observe the American Indian “medicine” concept in my own life and others’. Our spirit guides use various methods to teach us using preplanned life events, synchronicity (coincidences), implanted thoughts, and many other means. Fox medicine involves learning when to speak and when to stay silent. Frog medicine teaches us to rest. Frog is my favorite!
Coyote medicine tells us that sometimes we’re destined to fall no matter what we do. It’s unavoidable, so learn not to assign blame (to yourself or others). It intends to help us laugh at ourselves and our misfortune. If we can’t change things, the most constructive thing we can do is to laugh at ourselves. (Numerous medicines always occur at once, so coyote is mixed with other teachings.)
Rarely, this may involve so-called negative entity attachments (which are sometimes, not always, just a disguised spirit guide) or curses. Part of the solution is laughter: genuine, constructive laughter directed toward the entity or curse, “knowing” it’s powerless over you, can counter the curse or entity, especially when less mundane methods fail.