|Posted on November 12, 2020 at 2:20 AM|
The Power Of Perspective
Hawks have the power to soar high above the earth, giving them a perspective previously only available to the inhabitants of the heavens above. Because of this, people from various cultures throughout history have seen them as messengers of spirit, bringing wisdom from the heavens and the value of their higher vision down to earth. From their vantage point, riding on the wind and sunlight, they remind us today that there is a bigger picture to be seen. When we get bogged down with the details of what is right in front of us, hawks help us remember that we are part of a larger plan and that everything fits together beautifully and perfectly. Once in this expanded frame of mind, we can harness their reputation as visionaries, using their keen eyesight to focus on the exact spot that truly needs our attention. With inspiration and focus on our goal, hawks teach us how to interpret and then follow our personal vision.
Hawks were thought to be able to look directly into the sun and see what is not visible to the rest of us. Using our spiritual vision, we too can look deeply into the inner light that guides us, seeing clearly what is not visible unless sought: our personal truth glowing within us. With that knowledge, we, like the hawk, can confidently ride the winds of chance, moving as one with the flow of whirling energy. This ability is what inspired the Egyptians to make hawks the hieroglyphic symbol for the wind.
The hawk's ability to live on land but visit the sky is a good reminder for us all. They remind us that their strength and survival comes from communing regularly with the spirit and bringing the guidance received into earthly affairs. Soaring in the province of the heavenly bodies of the sun, the stars, and the wind that moves the clouds reminds us to consider a larger perspective, one that inspires us to move through the world we inhabit with strength, certainty, and grace.
|Posted on August 31, 2017 at 2:45 AM|
With its warm voice that brings out the goodness in each one of us signaling the rebirth of yet another step towards the beauty of the Earth washing away the cold part in our hearts, that reminds of new beginnings - entering the stage, the robin.
Native Americans has their own definition for the robin - it depends on which tribe you belong. For the Native Americans of the Plains, with its red rosy chest signified the dawn to which the sun is about to shine to its full glory and it yellow beak attributes to the hope that the sun has brought to the Earth - as light has always meant hope for most people, and thus this is what they saw the dawning of another day, that in each and every day new hope can be born. In addition, the yellow beak has also be accustomed to being mindful of what we say - think before you say a word and if you do not have anything nice to say, then you should just keep silent about it; never be too tactful because you might just hurt somebody.
For the Shoshone and Iroquois, both are still tribes of the Native Americans, the robin came to symbolize as a bird full of wisdom and someone who sees the future clearly, even when almost anyone is getting confused. Its decision they respect and when everything seems to be cloudy and unclear, they turn to the robin, invite it in their meeting to shine over its wisdom to its people so they too can see through the crisis that is looming above their tribes.
Moreover, as it came to symbolize new life it is also a sign that tells us that we must be able to enjoy where and what we are now, let it loose. Spring is the time for new beginning and no matter how gloomy your life has been it hopes that your smile and fortunes came with it; be hopeful to the future that might be brighter than what you might be expecting.
Lastly, it has come to know and continue the jovial and cheerfulness that Christmas and the New Year has brought us over the course of the winter seasons because not matter how cold, it was just a prelude to the joy and hope that is about to come into us and just how the robin sings its song of hope, warming our hearts may we too come to see the promising future that lies ahead in our wake.
Robin shows up as a spirit guide when...
You choose to understand the power of a song.
You choose to be happy.
You say yes emotional stability.
You need to have wisdom.
You need to appreciate change.
Call on Robin as a spirit guide when..
You need to know the power of songs in your life.
You need guidance.
You need encouragement.
You need to reenergise yourself.
You need to be strong.
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|Posted on August 31, 2017 at 2:45 AM|
the other morning a robin sat on my balcony briefly, then hopped onto a plant pot, then the railings, sat for a moment then flew away. I wondered what would it take for the robin to come into my home.
This morning s/he flew into my home through the front door and into my studio. It seemed to be trying to get out and flew into the glass door...I quickly opened the door and then robin sat on my CD player for a few moments and I remained in my hall - just watching. How much more magic can I BE?
|Posted on November 17, 2015 at 2:45 AM|
Cat (domestic) -- The Great Teacher of Magic and Mystery; the cat lives totally in the moment with a deep psychic and spiritual awareness.
Independent and unpredictable, agile of body and mind, a free thinker that meets challenges by perceiving the unseen.-(One cannot own a cat; the cat will give and receive love only on its own terms)
At home in the dark of the night it is a valuable ally when encountering the supernatural and facing your primal fears. As the cats energy field flows opposite that of humans it has the healing ability to neutralize your negative energies.
(The healing energy cannot be taken from the cat, it is only given as a gift.)-The cat teaches that the physical and spiritual worlds are not separate, but one. In ancient Egypt cats stood guard at the temple gates and throughout history cats have been seen asthe protectors of the pathways to the sacred mysteries.
(The Egyptian goddess-'Bastet'-takes the form of a cat. The Norse goddess 'Freyja' rides a chariot pulled by two cats) Note the colors and characteristics of your cat for that shall be mirrored in your life and will help you to understand the mysteries that your cat will reveal. (The cat's karmic sacrifice is being the victim of kick the cat.) Cat Spirit often brings the warning of being the recipient of misdirected anger. -
Cats in the home often serve the role of healer and will sit near anyone in the household who needs healing, speeding the recovery period.
A cat's purring can help reduce his owner's stress or anxieties. Cat purring can ease discomforts such as stomach pain, and also help boost immune systems. It is also important to pay attention to the health of your cat. Cats will often take on the symptoms of ailments being suffered by their humans. When this happens, appreciate their talents as diagnosticians, so take heed.
Get your cat to the vet AND make an appointment for yourself to have a health checkup
|Posted on November 15, 2015 at 2:45 AM|
Protection of the traveler.
Mobile and can adapt to new surroundings.
Prefers to keep moving and have freedom
. Ability to go long distances in the dark.
Retaining personal power within groups. Connection to home while wandering over long distances, protection, ability to go long periods in the dark
|Posted on November 14, 2015 at 2:40 AM|
The ability to remain positive in times of having little to go on.
The appearance of a camel can signify hard times ahead, but you have reservoirs of internal energy that you can tap.
Camel acts as a connection to desert energy and magic.
Deserts often have pools of energy, or oases of energy located across them
. Finding these places in the desert can take time and skill, but camel has a natural dowsing instinct for finding such energy places in the ground.
You may suffer from unusual sleep habits, rarely sleeping through the night and need a nap to compensate, but keep going and complete the journey
|Posted on October 17, 2015 at 1:00 PM|
Eagle,-- A Sacred Messenger from Heaven and,the,Eye of the Sun. The eagle lives in the spirit realm and it carries prayers to the Creator and returns with a vision. The eagle possesses healing spiritual power and their magical feathers assist medicine men and women in connecting with Spirit for healing. Eagles will mate on the wind and they symbolize the power of creation when released from the confines of the Earthly realm,with a lesson of staying grounded when soaring high.,The eagle teaches that with limited vision we may not see the things that lie before us and how to look at life from a higher perspective.
Bald Eagle,-- Swiftness, strength, courage, wisdom, ability to see hidden spiritual truths, rising above the material to see the spiritual, connection to spirit guides and teachers
Golden Eagle,-- Understands the cycles of the Sun, clear vision, sees from the highest places, spiritual power of the Sun
Wedge-tailed Eagle,-- The Persecuted King. Upperworld Messenger. Pride. Transcending the Ego. Flight of the Spirit.
White-tailed Eagle -- A particularly sociable eagle, and this is reflected in the emotional support that he offers as a power animal. A powerful and agile hunter of fish, he can delve into the unconscious of his shaman companion to retrieve hidden images and influences with his sure and strong talons.
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|Posted on June 5, 2015 at 3:40 AM|
Badger -- A keeper of stories with Earth knowledge and wisdom.
It is a call to persevere and see things through to completion.
Associated with having the courage to face danger and fight regardless of size and strength of the other. The badger as your familiar.will help you to fight for your rights.
Shape shifting quality: the badger is small, but can still defend itself against larger animals by backing itself into a hole or corner so the back of its body is protected.
The badger is self interested and does not relate well to others.
A remorseless attacker, when encountering a badger do not be surprised at the seeming cruelty and viciousness of its attack and its lack of concern for its victim feelings afterwards, that is just its nature.
|Posted on June 3, 2015 at 12:40 AM|
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
|Posted on June 2, 2015 at 12:35 AM|
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.