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Old 13-08-2023, 04:42 PM
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I love Native's story too. That was a profound experience for sure!
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Old 27-08-2023, 07:50 PM
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It is not the first time my spirit Animal have made an appearance
The day we buried my Husband
The roof of my house was covered in crows they were everywhere
after the service they bought the coffin out of the chapel we got married in
The people could not believe it but every head stone in the cemetery was covered in crows.


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Old 28-08-2023, 04:15 AM
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I have always had crows around me. When I walked my kids to school there was a crow that was trying to drop walnuts from a tree onto the road. They were not ripe so did not break open. I would step on it for the crow. The next day it would drop a walnut for me to open.

When in England crows followed me everywhere.

When I was in England we explored a cave and I took a picture of a wolf spirit in it. I do not have a pull to the wolf. So many want that power animal as a guide. I have a Pig as mine and they hold a power.

If the crow has chosen you as your spirit or totem animal, it supports you in developing the power of sight, transformation, and connection with life’s magic.
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Old 01-09-2023, 11:57 AM
AncestralEchoes AncestralEchoes is offline
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I work with animal guides a lot as part of my spiritual practice. Paying attention to the animals that appear, especially if the sightings are frequent or unusual, can be a great reflection on personal issues and a tremendous source of wisdom and hope. I use a totem deck and have worn out my copy of "Animal Speak" by Ted Andrews. My totem animal is a pileated woodpecker, and invariably one will announce itself or appear on all my forays into nature. Most people say they seldom see this magnificent bird, but I have had so many up close and unusual interactions it's clearly my primary guide.

As you become aware and open to the messages, the right animals seem to appear when needed, as illustrated in Lynn's story. I recently lost a pet and was grieving my companion on a morning walk (which we always took together). A robin appeared and literally WALKED the entire way with me, just as my dog had for years. I've never had a bird stay on the ground and walk beside me like that before. When I looked up the meaning of the robin, among other things, they represent lost loved ones and will often appear as a sign that your loved one is still with you.

Pretty reassuring.
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Old 08-01-2024, 08:33 PM
WhiteWarrior WhiteWarrior is offline
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I have had three separate mediums tell me that Eagle is my spirit animal. And once, a long time ago, I had a long and very vivid dream where I was one. Flying, spiralling through the air over a barren mountain valley, riding on the air streams, hunt and kill a rodent and bring it it back to a nest where a female was waiting. I must have had a million dreams since then. But I can still remember the feel of the wind under my wings and the thrill of the hunt.

Ah yes. There are eagles some times in the area near my cabin. I always rejoice at seeing them. But I usually just see one. Rarely two. And only a single time I have seen three, when I was at the cabin with some other people for a for me important occasion. Those three eagles sat still in the tree tops and watched a while and that has never happened before or since that day.
Better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.
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