Robin Power Animal Symbol Of Growth And Renewal

Robin’s medicine includes understanding the power of song, happiness, guide in the wisdom of change, growth, renewal.

Robins have a powerful significance in ancient myth and lore. One tale has its origins in European mythology, in which the bird of Spring is linked with the New Year and symbolises divine sacrifice and the rebirth of the spirit.

Medieval Europe lore often depicted the robin attending the Christ child, an emblem of the Passion to come. The tiny robin flew to Jesus’ Crown of Thorns, striving bravely to pluck the thorns away with his beak. Unfortunately, the bird only tore his own breast on the thorns. Since then it was thought that robins wore red feathers on their chests as a badge of honour.

The robin is a bird of divine service. Robin people often have past life ties to the Christ energy and would make excellent missionaries or priests.

Robins are good parents like many birds are. One facet of this power animal their ability to nurture themselves into true adulthood. This is signified by the robin’s red breast – it symbolizes the activation of creative energy, inciting growth. This is also linked with the Robin’s traditional connection to spring – the season of renewal. When we let go of our past – a lot of which stems from childhood experiences – we are refreshed and renewed, thus unburdened and free to nurture and serve ourselves as well as others. If the robins gifts have not been learned and utilised correctly, you will be continually challenged by the prospects of change with difficulties cropping up as well as emotional disharmony. Let go of the past…move on……

If there is an abundant food supply, robins will live the year-round in an area. This can show us that when our heart and soul feels gloomy and cold, we are able to thrive if we possess sufficient inner strength, courage and trust. Therefore, the robin is an especially good ally to have through the winter months.

One part of growth is learning how to deal with conflict in a mature manner. Male robins immersed in territorial disputes sing to each other. This trait upholds the creative aspect of this bird’s energy. To become truly mature, we have to learn to trust our intuition and our unique creative expressions.

Robin will incite new growth in all areas of your life, areas that have become stagnant and out-dated. You must believe in yourself as you move forward for if you do, barriers will disappear, and confrontations will be for show only. Robin will show you how to do this with joy in your hearts. Their song is a happy one, reminding you to let go of your personal drama and learn to laugh with life.

The robins eggs are powder blue. This colour is associated with the throat chakra in man and is also linked to heavenly inspiration. As the throat chakra’s main function is use as an expression of All That Is and the egg is symbolic of new life, you will be taught how to express yourselves positively in all you do. You will be lead to new beginnings without fear by restoring trust in yourself and your soul. Meditate on Robin and the right path will be shown to you.

The red colour on the robins chest is linked to the kundalini in man. This is the life force that resides coiled up within the base of the spine. When sufficient spiritual growth has been reached, it uncoils and moves up the spine to create heightened awareness. This will enhance psychic vision and leads us to enlightenment. If robin is your guide, you will most probably be a dedicated spiritual seekers. Although growth can be slow and testing, with patience, compassion and proper focus spiritual ideals will be fulfilled.

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  1. I had a dream on strobe Tuesday, I’d been to a funeral then on to a soul event, went home award’s still day time it was a new home as I didn’t recognise it in a place I don’t know as I was going in two ladies from the sensory team turned up and asked me if I was alright did I need any help with anything, as I told them I didn’t need help I’m sorted ta , a robin flew over my right shoulder towards the door way , turned round as I put my right hand up it landed on my finger then nestled in my hand,, l stroked it’s chest then it flew on to my left shoulder and left me a gift down my back ,, then I woke up thought to myself what the **** was that about ,, iv been struggling with depression and been very low but since the dream I felt lifted and different in myself,, iv worked most of the dream out because it keep pestering me until I did ,,

  2. Hey there, every morning staring at 6am a robin spends 3 hours trying to get in our home, tries different windows, he is relentless, we never let him in because we have cats, but he comes everyday and runs feet first into different windows…

    1. Hi
      WOW The same robin must be at my house because he is trying to get into the house through windows that I sit at and my sliders to the deck.. One is in the from of the house and the other is in the back…. He is persistent and knocks on the glass with his beak .. big and beautiful……My dogs went outside and he never even flew away.. they just stared at each other and then he left…..??????

  3. I have had this before with another bird, I cant remember the type of bird it was, but every morning it continually either flew into the closed windows of our bedroom or pecked at the glass, waking us each morning.

    For months we couldn’t work it out.

    Then one day we saw the bird returning to the gables under the roof over the bedroom with scraps of food in its beak. Later when the bird had flown off we took a look at the spot where we had seen the bird go to and to our surprise we found a nest with young birds eagerly waiting to be fed.

    We then figured that the bird was trying to ward us off, get us away form its nest of young, so we moved bedrooms but kept an eye on the comings and goings of the bird. We never saw or heard the bird hit the window after that.

    Hopefully we put its mind at rest and it found peace enough to be the parent it wanted to be.

  4. How awesome, to hear about the story above with the nest under the gable. These birds are a very cheerful bird, For the last week we have had a Robin perch on our trees in the garden and sing its heart out all day. The song is beautiful joyful sweet and delicious. We started to wonder if it was a sign or a message of some sort. One evening, my partner said, Lets go out and listen to its song, it was approaching dusk and it sat isolated singing its part of the evening chorus. As we listened I said, its offering its praise as birds do every morning and night, and at that thought, I thought I should offer my praise to give thanks for all that I have in a gesture of gratefulness, at that moment the bird flew off, as if to say you have got the message at last. It was appropriate as a few weeks earlier we had our car stolen with lots of our personal belongings inside. It was a blow and left us quite down, and upset. This little bird came and reminded us to give thanks for the things we do have and not to get too down, but to stay positive and things will be alright again. It is still there this morning continuing to encourage us and keep us inspired to move in our new direction. Blessings to all.

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