What's With The White Buffalo Logo

Is it like the “Great White Buffalo” from Hot Tub Time Machine?  Surprisingly No.

Our white buffalo logo represents a native American Legend that symbolizes Life and Abundance.  A shortened version of legend goes like this:

“One summer a long time ago, the seven sacred council fires of the Lakota Sioux came together and camped. The sun was strong and the people were starving for there was no game. Two young men went out to hunt in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
Along the way, a beautiful young woman dressed in white appeared to the warriors and said, "Return to your people and tell them I am coming." This holy woman presented the Lakota people with the sacred pipe which showed how all things were connected. She taught the Lakota people the mysteries of the earth. She taught them to pray and follow the proper path while on earth. As the woman left the tribe, she rolled upon the earth four times, changing color each time, and finally turning into a white buffalo calf. Then she disappeared. Almost at the same time as her leaving, great herds of buffalo could be seen surrounding the camps. It is said that after that day, the Lakota honored their pipe, and buffalo were plentiful.”

The American Buffalo or Bison is a symbol of abundance and manifestation. The lesson learned by the Lakota is that one does not have to struggle to survive. This is especially true if the right action is joined by the right prayer. By learning to appropriately unite the mundane with the divine, all that will be needed will be provided. The birth of the sacred white buffalo provides those within the Native American community with a sense of hope and an indication that good times are to come. 

This is similar to how we view the white buffalo here at Agape Family Chiropractic. It gives hope that things will change for the better. Your body is born with the power and everything needed to be healthy and thrive… all we do is help to unleash your God given health.

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