Reclaiming your true essence
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Antelope -- Strong survival skills and mental adaptability. Ability to leap over obstacles. Jumpy and easily startled. Knowing when a situation does not smell right, benefits of aroma therapy
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Aardvark (Anteater) -- Ability to find lost objects, connection to the insect world, can smell out trouble before seeing it, slow-moving , cannot help sticking its nose where others don't want it.
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Goose/-- The symbol of the sacred circle and its migration announces the passage of the Great Circle of the Year. Sacred bird in the temples of the Roman Goddess Juno,,and it is the totem of the Winter Solstice for the Native Americans. The goose reminds us of the stories we are drawn to that often reflect our life mission. The goose is a call to the vision quest, travel and new adventure and the celebration of victory with dance. The goose never leaves one of its own kind behind. Geese annually migrate to warmer climates during the winter.
Should a goose become injured during this trek, another goose will leave the migrating flock to stay with its fallen comrade. An individual whose outer personality is one of determination and resourcefulness, goose souls may become so single-minded in their drive to provide a safe nest for their mate and offspring that they may ultimately attain their beautiful and sturdy nest, only to turn around when it has been achieved to find there is no mate with whom to share it. Native American Totem Animal for "Capricorn"
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Finch,-- Entertaining singer, variety of activities and experiences, new activity coming, often stuck raising other's children [see: Cowbird]
Galpagos Finches (Darwin's Finches) -- Can change "in the blink of an eye", inspiration for revolutionary ideas.
Goldfinch -- Awakening to nature spirits (fairies and elves), resolving family conflicts, at home in the rural or urban life, first marriage difficulties, wardrobe changes
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Falcon,-- Comes when you require higher vision and knowledge, being in a position to see everything, knowing when to fully commit and act, teaching how to ride the wind. Accompanies the soul back to the soul world, soul healing. The Falcon represents visionary power and leads you to your life purpose. The Falcon carries a message of transition and change. Native American Totem Animal for "Aries"
Krestel -- The kestrel is a symbol for recognizing opportunities and acting upon them at only the correct moment. It teaches speed and accuracy of action as falcons use their plunge to kill their prey, striking it hard. The kestrel and any falcon can teach us to know when to act, and how to fully commit to our actions, as well as how to use our strengths for the greatest success.
Peregrine Falcon -- Nobody's faster, know when to act and how to act, act upon opportunity, observing from on high, meditation and deep spiritual studies
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Duck,-- Connection to the feminine and the astral plane, maneuvering through the emotional waters with grace and comfort, assisting others through emotional entanglements, spirit helper of mystics and seers, comfortable with other ethnicities.
Duck will also help filter out what is not needed, what is important and discern what is true from what is false. Duck shows emotional comfort and protection and teaches how to move with grace and comfort in actions, emotions and thoughts and aids in balancing the mind and emotions (the physical and spiritual) and discerning when to move while easing the transitions between the worlds
. Duck will show new opportunities so be alert, quick and speedy movements will help ideas to take flight. Pay attention to the variety of colors of Duck for further insight. (Bold coloured ducks hold the qualities of strength and perseverance, iridescent colored ducks call you to examine your emotions) Ducks are also a Celtic animal symbol of honesty, simplicity and resourcefulness
Mallard Duck -- Mallards are symbolic of emotions, as they are associated with the water element. In Feng Shui, Mallards are symbolic of relationships and commitment. They don't like to be alone, they reference to the need to be around those of like mind, where you feel comfortable and safe. (Mallards don't mate for life, but they do mate for the season)
Sea Duck -- Tailor made for a life at sea. A delayed maturity that many never reach.A snappy appearance.The marine corps of the bird worl
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Associated with many goddesses, (most notably the Greek goddess Aphrodite), it is considered the embodiment of the maternal instinct. When the dove appears it is signaling a time to go within and to release emotional discord. It assists in releasing the memories of past trauma. The dove bestows healing on all levels so that when inner turmoil is released the possibility of peace and prosperity awaits. A spirit messenger bringing communication between the realms of the conscious and the unconscious.
Brown Dove -- Represents a subconscious thought that is less than clear. Somewhere between awareness and ignorance, leaning to the side of being unaware. Give attention to being clearer about what is needed.
Laughing Dove -- Sacred to the goddess Venus, the Queen of Laughter. There is a joke hidden somewhere in this situation.
Mourning Dove/-- Represents Spirit and communication with Spirit through all other creatures. When the mourning dove appears there will be messages and opportunities for growth. (Commonly thought of as a potential symbol of a coming death, but only if it is seen/under extremely unusual circumstances.)
Turtle Dove (Palm Dove) -- The two turtledoves in Holy Scripture and in literature presents a picture of devotion and covenant loving kindness. It is a sublime vision of earthly love and friendship. Two is the number of witness. One person is standing up on behalf of his friend, his companion.
White Dove -- Universal symbol of peace and hope for the future
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Long believed by the Celts to be associated with sorrow. One of the names that the Highlanders have for the curlew is 'Guilbhron' (Wail of Sorrow) or 'Guilbinn' (Wailing Music).
The curlew is the bird of Dalua, the faerie fool, who is often called "The Shadow Lord".
It is said to be a Storm Bringer.
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Cuckoo -- It is the time is for new beginnings and Cuckoo will show how to move at this time, heralding a new fate. Cuckoo shows how to maneuver through the physical world and to be more sensitive to other worlds. Trust your intuitions and look deeper for solutions. A diet balanced with protein and fruits so be aware of your diet.,It is,time to migrate or remain, time to be active or a time to rest. Pay attention to the eyes and care for them and how to walk carefully by feeling vibrations. You may notice feet sensitivity as you attune the senses.
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The Keeper of the Universal Sacred Law. Nothing escapes the keen sight of the Crow and it instills the wisdom to see things beyond the limitations of one-dimensional thinking.
Crow calls to see beyond cultural limitations and the accepted rules of right and wrong.
Crow is an omen of change and when experiencing something new watches closely to see what happens and then learns from it.
Learn to recognize potential danger and be watchful in vulnerable times. Watch what you believe and question your ideas about reality against a more universal standard.
The crow is the spirit which represents the transcendence that will reveal the true path to life's mission. Crow merges both light and dark, both inner and outer and when in the darkness of emotional pain and turmoil the crow is the Carrier of Lost Souls into Light.
The Crow has a message for you! Native American Totem Animal for "Libra" (The Celtic Goddess 'Morrigan' will often appear in the guise of the crow.)