Wolf Power Animal Symbol Of Wildness Social And Family Values

By Ina Woolcott

Native American and Celtic custom regard Wolf as the way of find the deepest levels of self, of inner knowing and intuition. This is symbolized by the image of the wolf howling at the moon. Native Americans have long regarded wolves as teachers or pathfinders. In astrology, Wolf is represented by the Dog, Sirius, thought by many aboriginal tribes to be the home of the Ancients. Continue reading Wolf Power Animal Symbol Of Wildness Social And Family Values

Badger Power Animal Symbol Of Aggression Self Expression

Ina Woolcott

Badger symbolises aggressiveness, reliance, self-expression, holding ones own, link to the underworld and the magic and mystery of creation, link to plant and animal spirits, fearlessness, boldness, braveness

The power of the badger lies in is its aggressiveness and the readiness to fight for what it wants. On the flip side, the badger is also about healing – they are the keeper of Earth’s healing herbs. Badger will persevere in finding a cure. People with this power animal are often healers and have the guts to use unconventional methods. Continue reading Badger Power Animal Symbol Of Aggression Self Expression

Donkey Power Animal Symbol Of Intelligence Dedication

Donkey is symbolic of versatility, intelligence, eager worker, determination, stubbornness, spiritual dedication, undying faith in the creative force, willingness to take onboard the responsibilities and burdens of others (beast of burden).

Donkey’s have long been misrepresented and misunderstood by the ignorant masses. First domesticated roughly 4,500 years ago, they were regarded to be a status symbol for their owners. Versatile, eager workers with a kind nature and gentle intelligence donkeys can live for 40 years plus.

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Hawk Power Animal Messenger Discernment Intuition Observation Wisdom Courage Truth

By Ina Woolcott

The hawk’s gifts include clear sightedness, being observant, long distance memory, messages from the universe, guardianship, recalling past lives, courage, wisdom, illumination, seeing the bigger picture, creativity, truth, experience, wise use of opportunities, overcoming problems, magic, focus.

Hawk is associated with the number 14, with the tarot card Temperance. The Temperance card represents the teaching of higher expressions of psychic ability and vision. Continue reading Hawk Power Animal Messenger Discernment Intuition Observation Wisdom Courage Truth

Leveling A Shaman Make Sure You Read This First

by M.Mananite

Interested in leveling a Shaman? Before you delve into the shaman class, it’s a good idea to know what exactly it is you’re in for. To quote William Shatner, the Shaman is a conduit for the ancient forces of nature.

So what this means is you’re going to be using a lot of earth type spells to attack your enemies with. In the process of leveling a Shaman, you will be able to use elemental talents, enhancement talents or restoration talents. Elemental leads to you doing mostly ranged attacks, enhancement leads to melee while restoration leads to just some good staying power. Continue reading Leveling A Shaman Make Sure You Read This First

Raccoon Power Animal Symbol Of Our Many Masks Dexterity

By Ina Woolcott

Raccoon’s Wisdom Includes understanding the nature of masks, disguise, dexterity, seeking guidance and confidence, questioning without fear, balancing curiosity, shape shifting, secrecy. Continue reading Raccoon Power Animal Symbol Of Our Many Masks Dexterity

Dove Pigeon Power Animal Symbol Of Peace Love Maternity Gentleness Spirit Messenger

By Ina Woolcott

Dove/Pigeon’s gifts include – bringer of peace and love, understanding of gentleness, spirit messenger, communication between the two worlds, maternity, femininity, prophecy.

The Dove represents peace of the deepest kind. It soothes and quiets our worried and troubled thoughts, and enables us to find renewal in the silence of mind. In these moments of stillness we are able to appreciate the simple things in life. Continue reading Dove Pigeon Power Animal Symbol Of Peace Love Maternity Gentleness Spirit Messenger

Heron Egret Power Animal Symbol Of Balance Part II

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. Continue reading Heron Egret Power Animal Symbol Of Balance Part II

Lion Power Animal Symbol Of Brotherhood Feminine Energy Part II

Posted By Ina Woolcott

The key to the balance between self and others can be discovered in some of the well known symbols associated with the lion. First off they are the astrological animal related to the sign of Leo, which rules the heart. Leo is ruled by the Sun – another symbol of Lion. At the same time the sun blesses us with life giving warmth and light, the warmth of an open heart gives comfort to all who are touched by it. Coeur is the French word for heart, the root word for courage. Courage comes from the heart and from a deep sense of personal authority.

When we have the courage to be true to ourselves, we will be empowered to act and live in ways true to our own soul – the true meaning of elf esteem, without any illusion. Not wearing a mask and having respect for oneself as well as others, such as not comparing oneself to others and lowering their worth in order to increase one’s own value. Those who come from the heart and are able to relate well to others are capable of leadership, achievement as well as the type of success that inspires other to accomplish things.

Lion teaches us the magic of group energy and interaction, as well as the secrets of silence and patience. We must study ourselves deeply to know and understand ourselves – our strengths and weaknesses, and to wait for the right moment to act and take full advantage of a given situation. Learn the correct way to use power from lion. Always be centred and peaceful, but if need be, don’t be afraid to fight for the things you are interested in.

Lion presents lessons to be learned in dealing with groups and your role within those groups – work with others cooperatively. You have the ability to be a great leader but get a grip on that jealousy. Lion in your life means avoiding confrontations and being stealthy. Take the easy way to meet your goals – do not confront them head on. Trust your feminine energies – creativity, intuition and imagination. But don’t be afraid to roar if threatened.

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Raven Power Animal Master Magician Keeper Of Secrets

Posted By Ina Woolcott

Ravens wisdom includes introspection, courage, self-knowledge, magic, healing, creation, rebirth, keeper of secrets, master magician, shape shifter, mysticism.

The largest songbirds in North America, Ravens are highly intelligent and clever mimics. They mimic and use the calls of other species in their own ’vocabulary’ and can show us how to understand ‘animal language’. Ravens have been known to learn some human words also. Early Europeans feared the Raven and regarded them as bad omens, because they would feed on the corpses of the dead hanging on the gallons. Truth of the matter is, the Raven – like all wildlife and nature – should be respected, not feared.

Ravens bear magic and mysticism, and have a long history of myth enshrouding them. Shamans know the power of an unexpected piercing sound in shifting consciousness. Ravens have this power, giving out varied sounds, and can assist us in shifting our consciousness into various dimensional realms. Hence this is a reason why the raven is referred to as a shape shifter with magical powers. ‘Raven people’ can expect continual changes and spiritual awakenings throughout their lifetime.

Some native tribes refer to them as the ‘keeper of secrets’. They are linked to the void, where universal secrets are kept. Obviously, their black colour is the colour linked to darkness, the place where unconscious fear resides. Ravens are master magicians and represent transformational energy, revealing to us how to rid ourselves of our inner fears. Raven will show you how to go within in yourself, into the dark areas and then illuminate them, making you ‘sparkle’ and bringing out your true self. Inner conflicts should then be resolved, however long buried they are – this is the deepest healing.

If raven has flown into your life, then magic and healing abound. Raven awakens the energy of magic, linking it to our will and intention. With Raven, you have the ability to make great changes in your life – now is the time when you can take the thought and make it reality. Raven knows the mystery of life, they are strongly linked with death and rebirth. Remember not to be fearful of Raven, rather give thanks for the teachings he brings. Raven chooses its student according to their knowledge. They usually stay as long as needed to help transmute karma, returning you to the light. They will lead you into the discovery of your multidimensional self and reunite you with the secrets of the multidimensional universe.