Elephant Power Animal Symbol Of Commitment Royalty Strength

Elephant’s medicine includes strength, royalty, connection to ancient wisdom, removal of obstacles and barriers, confidence, patience, using education opportunities, commitment, gentleness, communicating in relationships, discernment, intelligence, compassion. If this is your animal guide, these virtues are a part of your natural character. By applying them in your life soul evolution is accomplished. Continue reading Elephant Power Animal Symbol Of Commitment Royalty Strength

Hummingbird Power Animal Messenger Of Joy

Hummingbirds gifts include the ability to heal by using light as a laser from mouth, endurance over long journeys, ability to fly into small places to heal, joy, happiness, love, timelessness,

The hummingbird brings special messages for us. It is a teacher of joy, and their lessons are many.

Hummingbird is the smallest of all birds. It is the only creature able to stop dead in its tracks whilst travelling at full speed. It is also unique in that it is able to fly backward and sideways, and can also hover, go forward, up or down.

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Monkey Chimpanzee Power Animal Symbol Of Living In Harmony

By Ina Woolcott

Chimpanzee’s medicine includes intelligence, understanding societal complexity, language skills, dexterity, connection to the forest spirits, problem solving, ability to balance compassion and aggression.

Chimpanzees come close to humans on the evolutionary scale, and the gifts they bring when they enter our lives can help to remind of the simple ways of life that create joy. They are highly intelligent beings. In us they can awaken our playfulness, curiosity, and self-expression. Chimp’s can also cultivate our ability to be full, active members of the human and natural community. Continue reading Monkey Chimpanzee Power Animal Symbol Of Living In Harmony

Shark Power Animal Symbol Of Fearlessness

Posted By Ina Woolcott

Sharks medicine includes the hunter, survival, adaptability, Independence, Potential, Adaptation, fearlessness, protection, power, emotional transformation, balance, clairaudience.

Unfortunately, sharks have a bad reputation as being dangerous, fearless and unpredictable. They can ignite a feeling of fear and terror in many people. (I personally have always felt afraid of sharks for some reason!) A full up and single shark is generally pretty peaceful, but in large groups they can be unpredictable and may frenzy. Continue reading Shark Power Animal Symbol Of Fearlessness

Bumblebee Power Animal Symbol Of Community Sun Personal Power

By Ina Woolcott

The ancient Druids saw the bee as symbolising the sun, the Goddess, celebration, and community. At festivals, mead was usually drunk – the main ingredient of which is fermented honey.

In later Christian times, monks lived in beehive-shaped huts, which represented the aim of a harmonious community – whether it included oneself and Spirit or others as well.

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Elk Power Animal Symbol Of Stamina Strength Agility

By Ina Woolcott

Elks medicine includes stamina, strength, sensual passion, respecting those of your gender, ability to pace oneself in tasks, agility, nobility.

Elk’s medicine will teach us how to make the best use of our energy, helping us to take on no more than we need to accomplish, and to persist on our chosen route until we have fulfilled our goals. Don’t try to rush – pace yourself. You may not necessarily be the first to arrive, but you will arrive without being burnt out. Continue reading Elk Power Animal Symbol Of Stamina Strength Agility

Invoking The Nine Mayan Gods At Tikal

by Bob Makransky

The entire Mayan area of Guatemala and southern Mexico is so thoroughly imbued with the spirit of the Mayan spirits, that even an interloping tourist can easily make a connection to the Mayan spirit world for him or herself. Every Mayan town has sacred places – usually nearby mountaintops or caves – which ooze energy and are used by the locals to invoke spirits and perform healings (just ask anyone in a Mayan town where to find the local power spots. You can often hire a local priest to perform a ceremony for you, if you like; just ask around. Mayan priests are delighted to have foreigners at their ceremonies, and patiently explain Mayan beliefs and culture to people who are interested). One power place not far off the beaten path is located just off the road to the popular tourist attraction Lake Atitlan. Visitors should check out the small cave located just beneath the scenic lookout point in Aldea San Jorge (on the road between Solola and Panajachel), which is a deep cleft in the rocks used by local priests for ceremonies and invocations; and which commands a stunning view of the lake and volcanoes. Continue reading Invoking The Nine Mayan Gods At Tikal

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