Mouse Power Animal Symbol Of Scrutiny Order

By Ina Woolcott

Mouse’s wisdom includes scrutiny, order, organisation, examining life’s lessons, shyness, quietness, understanding details, seeing double meanings in things, invisibility, stealth, guidance in signing contracts, discovery, ability to be unseen. Continue reading Mouse Power Animal Symbol Of Scrutiny Order

Spider Power Animal Symbol Of Creation Weaving Our Realities Infinity Balance Past Present And Future

By Ina Woolcott

Spiders gifts include – creativity and weavers of fate, balance between past and future, physical and spirit, male and female. Spider is strength and gentleness combined, they awaken creative sensibilities, they are the keepers of the primordial alphabet and can teach you how to write creatively. Their bodies are shaped like the number 8 and they have 8 legs, symbolising infinite possibilities of creation. The 8 legs represent the 4 winds of change and the 4 directions of the medicine wheel. Continue reading Spider Power Animal Symbol Of Creation Weaving Our Realities Infinity Balance Past Present And Future

Cheetah Power Animal Symbol Of Focus Accelerating Time

By Ina Woolcott

Cheetah’s medicine includes – speed and focus, brotherhood, elusiveness, ability to focus intently on something for a short period of time, swiftness, self-esteem, accelerating time, keenness of sight. Continue reading Cheetah Power Animal Symbol Of Focus Accelerating Time

Fox Power Animal Symbol Of Camouflage Quick Wit Cunning Agility Magic

By Ina Woolcott

Foxes are seen as power animals / totems throughout the world. The Chinese believed foxes could take human form. In Egypt the fox brought favour from the gods. There was a fox god in Peru. Foxes aid the dead get to the next life in Persia. The Cherokees, Hopi and various other Native American Indian tribes believed in its healing power, the Apache credited the fox with giving man fire.

Fox is amongst the most uniquely skilled and ingenious animals of nature. Being a night creature, fox is often imbued with supernatural powers. Foxes are usually seen at dawn and dusk. Dusk starts off their day, and the dawn is its ending. This is the time, when the world of magic and our every day realities cross paths. Foxes live on the edges of forests and open lands, the border areas. As fox is an animal of the between times and places, it can be a guide into the faerie realm. Fox has a long past of magic and cunning associated with it. It can move in and out of circumstance restoring order or causing confusion, depending on the occasion. Continue reading Fox Power Animal Symbol Of Camouflage Quick Wit Cunning Agility Magic

Jellyfish Power Animal Symbol Of Acceptance And Faith

By Ina Woolcott

Jellyfish’s medicine includes – sensitivity to water energy (emotions), understanding of the value of floating rather than swimming through trying emotional times, proper use of softness (not being rigid), ability to become untangled from the webs of peril in life, acceptance and faith. Continue reading Jellyfish Power Animal Symbol Of Acceptance And Faith

Otter Power Animal Symbol Of Primal Female Energy Faithfulness

Posted By Ina Woolcott

Otter’s medicine includes woman’s healing wisdom, sensibility without suspicion, guidance in revealing ones talents, psychic awareness, faithfulness, recovery issues, understanding the value of playtime, primal feminine energy, joy, playfulness, prognostication

There are 2 kinds of Otter, the river and sea otter. They are linked to the primal feminine energies of life – the elements of both Earth and Water are present in Otter medicine. Continue reading Otter Power Animal Symbol Of Primal Female Energy Faithfulness

Squirrel Power Animal Symbol Of Gathering Playfulness

By Ina Woolcott

Squirrel’s Gifts Include ability to solve puzzles, resourcefulness, quick change of direction, storing for the future/planning ahead, balance in giving and receiving, power of rest during times of non-movement, warning, discovery, change avoiding danger by climbing to a higher place, action.

The idea that there are obstacles which cant be overcome is not part of Squirrel’s outlook on life, nor is giving up. Squirrel is an almighty power animal to have any time when you feel you have reached a dead end in your life, or in a situation and ready to give up. We are shown that perseverance and the readiness to try different methods are the keys to success. Continue reading Squirrel Power Animal Symbol Of Gathering Playfulness

Zebra Power Animal Symbol Of Individuality Balance

By Ina Woolcott

The zebra’s gifts include seeing in black and white, clarity without filters, balance, agility, uniqueness, power, sureness of path, keeping up individuality within the herd.

The zebra’s black and white stripes camouflage it against predators, who often cant identify individuals in the herd. However to the herd members the patterns are unique from zebra to zebra, helping to identify one another – they are as unique as our fingerprints. Blending into a crowd without losing your individuality is one powerful aspect of Zebra. Zebras also help us to be supportive members within our communities. These abilities protect them from danger, as well as their agility and speedy. Continue reading Zebra Power Animal Symbol Of Individuality Balance

Chinchilla Power Animal Symbol Of Effective Communication

By Ina Woolcott

Chinchillas belong to the rodent family and have big eyes, round ears and a dense, silky smooth coat. Their curiosity is incessant and never ending, they want to discover the smallest corner of their environment and like to sit up high as if to watch the world from above. Once feeling safe in their surroundings they investigate them with an air of innocence and adventure.

Sadly because of their lovely coats they are caught, imprisoned and bred by the fur industry. Over 100 chinchillas are used for one coat. Again, sadly, because of the demand of chinchilla fur, it may soon become extinct. Continue reading Chinchilla Power Animal Symbol Of Effective Communication

Frog Power Animal Symbol Of Healing Cleansing Rebirth

By Ina Woolcott

Frog’s medicine includes – a reminder of common bonds with all life, singer of songs that celebrate the most ancient watery beginnings, transformation, cleansing, understanding emotions, rebirth, healing, water energy.

Frogs are amphibians, spending their early life nurtured in water and once they emerge onto dry land as frogs. They are never far from a water source. The frog is recognised as a healer in North and South American Native customs, as well as Celtic traditions. Continue reading Frog Power Animal Symbol Of Healing Cleansing Rebirth