By Ina Woolcott
Coyote’s medicine includes understanding that all things are sacred and that yet nothing is sacred, teaching us that only when all masks have fallen will we connect with the source, illumination, stealth, intelligence, singing humans into being, childhood trust in truth, teaching us how to raise our young, they bring rain, give one the ability to laugh at one’s own mistakes, placing the North Star, shape-shifting, teaching balance between risk and safety, trickster, devilment, cunning, wisdom, folly.
Amongst some native tribes, coyote is referred to as the trickster and there are many tales about the coyote. They are known as the great one and the foolish one – they don’t consciously try and trick us, rather they reflect back to us our own capacity for being clever and stupidity. Continue reading Coyote Power Animal Symbol Of Wisdom Family Orientation Illumination
By Ina Woolcott
The Gazelle’s wisdom includes awareness, speed, grace and agility, beauty, ability to manoeuvre, vertical movement.
Gazelles are members of the antelope family and are top of the menu for big cats. Therefore they are vulnerable meaning they must constantly be extremely alert to in their surroundings.
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Kangaroo’s medicine includes leaping away from bad situations, creating a safe home environment, protection of the young, ability to adapt to new situations, strength, stamina, balance. Continue reading Kangaroo Power Animal Symbol Of Balance And Strength
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Humans are able to block out that which we don’t want to remember or deal with, e.g. memories with negative emotions attached to them, traumas, and accidents etc. We deny that about ourselves which we do not wish to see. When dreaming, sometimes our unconscious mind becomes conscious. However, again these dreams are forgotten on purpose. Hiding from our selves, our feelings, emotions and thoughts means we are being deceitful – to our selves. If owl has found you – they have the ability to unmask and see what is truly beneath the surface. They pierce illusion. On the flip side, perhaps you have the ability to pierce illusions and see what is really going on behind the scenes, to see what is going on in the darkness of others souls. Perhaps you have noticed that people are a little uncomfortable around you. Use this gift carefully and compassionately. It would be good for this gift to develop in all humans, for owl teaches us to look into the darkest parts of our souls and learn from this darkness. Continue reading Owl Power Animal Symbol Of Wisdom Stealth Secrecy Part II
By Ina Woolcott
Mysticism and mythology surrounds the tiger. In China they believe that tigers often have on their foreheads the Chinese “mark of Wang,” or king, to be seen in the pattern of their fur. The mark is one vertical line with three horizontal ones passing through it. Due to this Tiger is one of the 12 signs of Chinese astrology. Tigers are associated with water and have all the characteristics of this element including healing, power through gentle flow and feminine energies. In China, there are 5 mystic tigers. The red tiger is the south, summer and fire. The black tiger is the symbol of the north, winter and water. The blue tiger is east, spring and vegetation. The white tiger is west, autumn and all metals. The yellow tiger is ruler of the Earth and its energies. Continue reading Tiger Power Animal Symbol Of Being In The Now Sensuality Darkness Devotion Confidence Courage B