Moose Power Animal Symbol Of Self Esteem Courage

By Ina Woolcott

Moose symbolises the expression of joy when something has been accomplishment, not in a ‘show-off look at me I want recognition‘ kind of way, but in a true sense of sharing that springs from knowing how infectious joy is. Moose is also a symbol of being headstrong, longevity, wisdom, confidence, self-esteem, primal feminine energy and steadfastness. Continue reading Moose Power Animal Symbol Of Self Esteem Courage

Skunk Power Animal Symbol Of Self Respect Reputation Sensuality Self Esteem

By Ina Woolcott

The skunk is linked with mystic and magic. Throughout history skunks have upheld a reputation that is respected, as well as feared. When a skunk feels in danger, it lifts its tail and stamps its front feet. If the ‘danger’ isn’t scared off, it hisses, turns around, raising its tail to unleash a spray of up to 10 to 14 feet with accuracy. The eyes are irritated and the victim is temporarily blinded. If skunk is your power animal, this is your call to develop inner vision and use it to see beyond what the physical eyes perceive. A study of aromatherapy may also be beneficial to you. Continue reading Skunk Power Animal Symbol Of Self Respect Reputation Sensuality Self Esteem

Butterfly Power Animal Symbol Of Change The Soul Creativity Freedom Joy And Colour

By Ina Woolcott

Native Americans see the butterfly as a symbol of joy. Feeding on the flowers they help pollinate, they further spread beauty. Continue reading Butterfly Power Animal Symbol Of Change The Soul Creativity Freedom Joy And Colour

Ferret Power Animal Symbol Of Keen Observation

By Ina Woolcott

Ferrets are members of the weasel family. Their medicine includes stealth, cunning, skilful hunters, cleverness, ingenuity, revenge, keen observation, ability to see hidden reasons behind things.

Archaeological and historical sources suggest that ferrets have been domesticated for 2,500 years at least. Greek historical give reference to the ferret about 450 BC. Roman documents refer to the use of ferrets to hunt rabbits around the time of Christ.

Very skilful tunnel hunters, it is believed ferrets were used by the Egyptians as well as farmers and seafarers to get rid of rodents in barns and on ships. However, the history of the ferrets domestication is speculative, without any concrete evidence, giving this small animal an illusive air. Continue reading Ferret Power Animal Symbol Of Keen Observation

Jaguar Power Animal Symbol Of Solitary Path Reclaiming Power Shape Shifting Psychic Vision

The Jaguar’s medicine includes seeing the roads within chaos and understanding the patterns of chaos, moving without fear in the darkness, moving in unknown places, shape shifting, psychic vision, facilitating soul work, empowering oneself, reclaiming power. Continue reading Jaguar Power Animal Symbol Of Solitary Path Reclaiming Power Shape Shifting Psychic Vision

Snake Power Animal Symbol Of Death Rebirth Eternity Mysteries Of Life Psychic Energy

By Ina Woolcott

As Snake sheds its skin so we can shed our illusions and limitations. Then we are able to use our vitality and desires to achieve wholeness. Continue reading Snake Power Animal Symbol Of Death Rebirth Eternity Mysteries Of Life Psychic Energy

Cat Power Animal Symbol Of Wholeness Independence Curiosity Many Lives Cleverness Love Mystery Magic

By Ina Woolcott

In Egypt cats were treated like royalty and were always given special privileges. The Egyptian Goddess Bastet takes the form of a cat. Continue reading Cat Power Animal Symbol Of Wholeness Independence Curiosity Many Lives Cleverness Love Mystery Magic

Jay Power Animal Symbol Of Being In The Present

By Ina Woolcott

Jay’s gifts include understanding how to use power wisely, warning, courage, ability to check on future trouble spots, power of presence (being in the eternal now), fearlessness, resourcefulness, adaptability. Continue reading Jay Power Animal Symbol Of Being In The Present