Posted By Ina Woolcott
Continued…Herons enjoy their own company and are loners. It is rare to see them flocking together. People with this power animal are independent and open to change whenever necessary. They often follow non-traditional roles and don’t feel the need to keep up with the jones’. They don’t require or desire many people in their lives, which can be a bit of a hindrance in personal relationships, especially if the other person is always needy of attention. So as not to become a total loner, some social interaction is good.
Herons know how to take advantage of things and events for their own benefit. Using the heron as an example and studying their actions and non-actions shows us how to perfect our personal flight through life. Once this is mastered then you will know how to take advantage of things and event that most people wouldn’t bother with. You know what is best for you, and you should follow that path. Be persistent when opportunities present themselves, don’t let them get away from you.
The heron and egret have a strong connection to the Earth element and those with this power animal must be aware and cultivate this connection. Mother Earth is a source of strength and will help you stand firm and strong. It is important for someone with this power animal to learn to stand on their own two feet, to become independent and self-reliant.
This bird offers the gift of balance, allowing you to perform many tasks at the same time, keeping all in balance. If one way doesn’t work, then another way will, heron and egret people instinctively seem to know this. Meditation on colour will provide insight.
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