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Old 16-08-2014, 07:55 AM
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Birds are wonderful creatures to communicate with. They are known as psychopomps (Greek) which means they can provide a bridge between the 2 worlds. Many ancient shamans knew the importance of birds and made great efforts to learn their language. They developed 'Green Language' to learn the secrets of our feathered friends.
I hope you continue to have such lovely experiences with them. Perhaps there is a hidden message in it all for you.

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Old 27-08-2014, 01:27 PM
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This morning when I got up at seven, we still had the windows open over night and it was 66 degrees inside and 58 outside and I heard this strange loud whistling sound. So I went out front and looked up into a large maple tree and there right above me staring at me was a large barn owl. Wow, again, it was if I was interacting with a spirit realm again. Of course my words are useless to the owl, but his sound was very attractive to me.
Then I went over to feed the birds and squirrels, as on each morning.
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Old 16-09-2014, 09:07 PM
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I have a feeder as I am inclined to feed the birds and offer them some aid, especially in the winter.

When I go outside with the crew, doggie and cats, and interact vocally with them... exclaiming when the cats show off racing up a tree and jumping back down, and such... very often here come some birds too to watch and twitter and chat. They're not ignorant of who fills the feeder with suet or Seed. Or leftover scraps of bread.
The other morning, here comes the BluJay, landing and tapping at the window on the air conditioner, peering in. Reminding me that the bird bath eeds to be refilled, or whatever.

One morning a few Springs ago, I went out to fill a feeder. Here are these very young sparrow types, maybe five or more of them and very tiny, just out of the nest, who just stood there a couple of feet away from me on the tree branches, balling me out noisily for taking so long!
Obviously too young too be wary of me, and giving me heck!

Who, I observed, had a nice feast of millet and sunflower, as I departed.

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Old 25-09-2014, 01:44 PM
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My house is surrounded by big old trees that the surrounding birds like to gather in and sing. On a beautiful day its like they form their own little choir , I love their singing and my soul encourages and praises them to keep going, their song heals me in a way and I know they want to come out into the world more, enjoy nature and play in the earth.
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Old 03-02-2019, 05:13 AM
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I enjoy the birds too
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Old 09-02-2019, 01:36 AM
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Yesterday on my drive home a falcon swooped in front of me and lead me home for a little while. Then he turned toward the river. That was his “off ramp.”
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Old 07-05-2019, 07:42 AM
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I'm almost certain the birds of my life are messages from spirit.

It seems like I am suddenly followed and stared at by Robins or Starlings whenever I have had major turmoil in my life and feel like giving up. The vibe to it is totally different than just regular ol birds doing their thing. It is intense. It used to shock me. Now it just makes me smile with comfort. Like a message saying "it is going to be ok" or "you are not alone" sometimes in the moments of deep sadness, I will ask for a sign. It usually happens with birds the very next day.
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Old 07-05-2019, 01:22 PM
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The birds are a comfort and help.
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