Coyote Animal Totem

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The coyote totem is an awesome animal totem to have as your spirit animal guide. The coyote is the first mammal that I have studied and I have even seen one in the wild when I was living out west in Colorado. The coyote is a very special animal totem to me and I want to dedicate a special blog post to the coyote spirit animal. The coyote spirit animal represents resourcefulness, playfulness, intuition, hidden wisdom, creativity, humor, intelligence, instincts, ingenuity, learning the balance between being social and independent, communication, responsibility, adaptability, transformation, being open to change and cycles, stealth, shape shifting, agility, learning how to enjoy life and focus on the positive outlooks on life, domesticity, monogamy, maintaining family bonds and close nit kinship, cunning, trickster, clever, learning to think outside the box and doing things out of the ordinary, endurance, flexibility, using all your skills to manifest and purse what you want, learning the balance of when to become serious and playful, revealing the truth behind chaos, confusion, and illusions, magician, creation, and teaching life lessons.

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What’s most interesting about the coyote is that it is one of the most adaptable medium to large sized predator mammals in North America. Coyotes are even diurnal and nocturnal. It’s larger cousin the gray wolf is not so adaptable to living in cities like its canine cousin the coyote, but its not because the wolf is not adaptable to living in cities and suburbs. One of the main reasons why the gray wolves never had a chance to learn how to become adaptable was because of the Europeans immigrants that have migrated to North America from Europe who persecuted many of the gray wolves species in both Europe and North America. Most of the wolves were exterminated in Europe. The main lesson from the coyote spirit animal is to learn how to become adaptable to handling different situations, environments, and scenarios, and come up with  new methods to serve your higher purpose to help you adapt to new reoccurring situations and environments. Adaptability, transformations, and transitions operate on the higher frequencies of the divine feminine energy and this is where the power lies. Coyotes have learned to form alliances with other animals such as the American Badger to hunt ground squirrels. The coyote animal totem reminds us that in order for us to become adaptable, we must be open to working with other individuals and become receptive to their knowledgeable and wisdom to help us pursue and manifest our desired results and goals. The main medicine of the coyote spirit animal is adaptability and this animal uses adaptability creativity. Coyotes sometimes hunt in packs or individually depending on what they are hunting. So whenever you see a coyote, now you know that you need to open your mind up to change, and transformation so that you can become adaptable to different situations and have a better understanding about how to approach your problems or goals from different perspectives in order to come up with your solutions. Also learn when to become playful after spending all your time working and being serious.

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Check out this short video clip a coyote and badger hunting together:

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Raccoon Animal Totem

The raccoon totem is quite the intriguing animal totem spirit guide to have on your journey. I have always felt an affinity towards the raccoon since I was at a very young age. I have even written a book in the fourth grade about having a raccoon as a pet. The raccoon has presented itself to me on a few occasions throughout my life so I have decided to dedicate a blog post to a special friend of mine which is the raccoon. The spiritual meaning of the raccoon totem represents camouflage, adaptability, resourcefulness, affinity to darkness, intelligence, stealth, having and possessing the ability to alter and play many roles to increase its ability to adjust and camouflage to different environments and scenarios, neutrality, balance, secrecy, shape shifting, nocturnal, maintaining good health and diet, protective, inquisitive, gregariousness, cleverness, disguise, grounded, ability to view the overall picture of its reality, being drawn to the tree of knowledge, receptivity, divine feminine energy, wisdom, master of illusions, and dexterity. The raccoon totem magic of wisdom is the mask. The raccoon medicine teaches the lesson of wearing different masks in your life to help yourself adapt to many different situations and environment to allow yourself a better chance of survival. This is an perfect example of adaptability and adaptability is derived from the highest form of the divine feminine energy. The divine feminine energy is open to change, transformation, cycles, and transitions in order to survive and to have a better chance of manifest the reality that it wants. The raccoon totem is asking you to embody the highest, powerful side of the divine feminine energy which is adaptability in order to have a higher chance of manifesting what you want into your reality. Learn to be more open minded about things and learn to become receptive to knowledge and wisdom from others around you and from within your environment. It’s no wonder why the raccoon has the ability to adapt to many environments including living within cities and suburbs. The raccoon also ask you to remain neutral when playing different roles within your life or else your emotions will get in the way of you adapting to different environments and scenarios. It’s no surprise why the raccoon has a gray colored coat featured all over its body and the color gray is associated with neutrality.

Raccoons love living near water and this symbolizes immersing yourself within your own emotions, thoughts, feelings, and urges and then release them back into the water to maintain a clear mind set and remain neutral. It’s important to become more aware of your thoughts, feelings, urges, and emotions, and learn how to deal with them so that they don’t cloud your judgement, your perception, and your mind. Learn to let things go that no longer serves your higher purpose to remain in a neutral state of mind and this all goes back to the raccoon possessing a grayish colored coat. This is the main medicine from the raccoon totem. Raccoons spend most of their time up in the trees and this symbolizes using and maintaining all your thoughts and energy that serves your higher purpose and the raccoon totem urges you to do the same. The raccoon can view its life from a higher perspective when climbing up to the trees and this symbolizes remaining in control of your reality and becoming aware and conscious of everything within your reality, and becoming aware of all your thoughts, thought patterns, and belief systems that either serves your higher purpose or doesn’t serves your higher purpose.

Here’s a short video of raccoons adapting to the city life:

Well I hope you readers have enjoyed my raccoon spirit animal blog post. There’s obviously more to decode from the raccoon totem, but I would be babbling on forever. If you readers enjoy my content on both my Blog and Website, and you would love to support me on my spiritual journey, then send me a generous donation by visiting my About page on my website. Have a Great Day Guys!!!!

Spider Totem

Spider totems are miraculous spirit animal guides to have on your spiritual journey. The spider totem represents writing, weaving, and creating your own reality, wisdom, subconscious mind, divine feminine energy, patience, strategic, observation, studying, research, divine feminine energy power, attraction, receptivity, creativity, resourcefulness, creatrix, architect, engineering, foundation, support, structure, divine masculine energy, duality between both the divine masculine and divine feminine energy, knowledge, wisdom, understanding, attaining success, builder and destroyer, god and goddess, gaining and viewing your life and reality from a higher perspective, inspiration, intuition, life and death, rebirth, resurrection, construction, progression, cunning, cycles, transitions, transformation, creation, protection, infinity, limitless, power, containing universal knowledge, wisdom, and understanding, learning to balance the duality between both physical and spiritual energy and dimensions, gentleness, strength, flexibility, adaptability, being open to change and transformation, immortality, magic, magician, alchemist, master of mental transmutation, thoughts, feelings, thought patterns, belief systems, emotions, and mental power.

The spider totem is a very powerful animal totem. The spider totem reminds us that we all are the creators and architects of our own realities. We shape and create our realities by the usage of our own thoughts, thought patterns, and belief systems. Whatever your thought patterns and belief systems are, they shape and create your reality. So if you’re not happy with the outcome of your life, the spider totem reminds you that you can always transform your thought patterns and belief systems into positive thought patterns and belief systems that serve your higher purpose. You’re in charge of your own reality. Your thought patterns and belief systems attract the energy that you vibrate with so the spider totem cautions you to become more aware of your own thought patterns and belief systems.Your thought patterns and belief systems are contained within your subconscious mind and your subconscious mind is the one responsible for attracting the energy and vibrations that both your thought patterns and belief systems vibrate with.

So how does the spider figure out how to attract what it wants. Let me offer you the answer from a physical perspective. The spider gathers all the knowledge it needs  to know about an area of where there is much flying insects traffic in the air. Once the spider has located a good spot of where a lot of flying insects traffic is, it makes its webs there and once it has finished building its webs, it just sits and waits until its flying insect prey fly into its webs, and then the spider receives its meal. This symbolizes the spider wisdom of how to attract what it wants and now the spider understand what it needs to do to get and attract what it want. There’s a three step process to manifesting what you want and it is the basic universal codes of the universe: knowledge, wisdom, and understanding, and the spider totem warns you to become aware of those three basic codes. Here’s my blog post about: Knowledge, Wisdom, and Understanding.

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The Bat Totem

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The bat totem is an amazing spirit animal to have as your animal totem. The bat totem represents death and rebirth, soaring above your limitations, listening, observation, developing sensitivity within one’s environment, using all your senses and intuition to serve your higher purpose, transitions, transformation, intuition, invisibility, communication, sensing beyond in between the lines of the physical, mundane reality, superb hearing and listening abilities, high frequency, sensing higher frequencies and energy, camouflage, observe and sense the unseen forces and energy, emphatic, converting your thought patterns and belief systems into positive thought patterns and belief systems and allowing them to serve your higher purpose, illusions, being open to change and transformation, pursuing your spiritual growth and development, higher thought patterns and vibrating at higher frequencies, soaring above your ego and becoming your higher self, seeing beyond illusions and convoluted fantasies, gregariousness, maintaining family and friends relationships, adaptability, develop sensitivity to the senses of touch, ability to creating new fruitful ideas and possibilities, ability to use vibration sounds, ability to navigate through the darkness, light bringer, divine feminine energy, receptivity, releasing and eliminating all your fears and negative belief systems that no longer serve your higher purpose, possessing clairvoyant abilities, ability to perceive, hear, and discern hidden messages, ability to pinpoint the truth of matters while sensing beyond illusions and fantasies, dreams, possessing psychic abilities, trusting and having more faith in your instincts and abilities, freedom, mental focus, mental tenacity, going with the flow, surprise, magic, magician, alchemist, subconscious mind, and activating and utilizing your third eye.

Bats have have well developed sensitive senses. They use echolocation to navigate their way through the darkness of the night and they also use echolocation for hunting their prey. So what is echolocation? The utilization of sound waves and echoes to be able to determine and pinpoint where objects are within range. The reason why bats use echolocation is because this allows to have greater accuracy of navigating through the darkness. The darkness is the absence of moving and active light. The darkness is light but it contains light that is not active or productive and this is why the darkness appear pitch dark black. Always remember that light comes from the darkness. Bats use echolocation by emitting sound waves from their mouths to detect objects or things within its range to better be able to navigate through the darkness. When bats send out their sound waves, the sound waves hit nearby objects within the bat’s range, and the sound waves then bounce back to the bat to produce echos to allow the bat to hear and know and acknowledge how far or how close an object or its prey is from the bat. This is a quite unique way to navigating through the darkness and this is the main reason why the bat has well developed senses because it is very perceptive to the energy and beings found within its environment. The bat totem remind us to utilize all of our senses that we don’t use as often as we should and put them to good use by becoming active and productive around the times that we tend not to be active and productive and utilize our senses, gifts, and abilities to our advantage. Most bats are active at night, and the night is when the darkness is imminent. The darkness also represents the subconscious mind and feminine energy. Your subconscious mind lives inside the dark and it contains unlimited energy, potential, and unique abilities. The subconscious mind is open to change and transformation and the bat totem is reminding us to become open to change and transformation so that we can fully develop all your senses to our fullest potential. The bat totem reminds us to immerse within the darkness so that we can learn how to unlock and use our subconscious mind to our advantage. This is power. The bat totem ask us to try new things, and expose ourselves to new activities, knowledge, and wisdom, and learn how to face our fears. The bat totem is all about facing its fear. The only way that you can face your fear is by confronting it. Guess where you fear resides? In your subconscious mind. Your subconscious mind contains all your thought patterns, belief systems and your fears. Your belief system is 100% responsible for creating your fears. What is your belief system? Why is your belief system limiting your ability to confront and face your fears? The bat totem is warning us to immerse ourselves within our subconscious mind and explore every inch of it and acknowledge everything about it in order to empower ourselves. If you’re scared of the dark, then you’re scared of your subconscious mind. Your subconscious mind lives in the dark. The darkness absorbs energy and light. Your subconscious mind is the light. The darkness is the light. The only way to navigate and to get out of the darkness is to know everything about it, and use your knowledge about the darkness to your advantage in the form of wisdom and navigate your way out. The bat totem is reminding us to replace our thought patterns and belief systems constantly to serve our higher purposes and for adapting to new environment and scenarios. You can’t remain stagnant in the dark or you will go now where and results won’t get done.

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The bat has wings and it uses its wings to soar above its limitations and negative belief systems. Wings represents your thought patterns and belief systems. I have already discussed and decoded the spiritual meaning of flight. You can learn more about it my clicking my blog post: The Spiritual Meaning of Flying. The bat totem warns us to create new thought patterns and belief systems that serve our higher purpose to allow us to better accomplish our goals and tasks. You don’t need any negative thought patterns and belief systems that limit your ability from soaring above your life challenges, goals, and tasks. This of course takes much spiritual inner work, but we all came here on earth to do this work and this is why we reside on this low frequency third dimensional reality.  The bat has well developed sense of hearing. It hears by listening to the sound waves vibrations. There are high frequencies and low frequencies and it’s not surprising that the bat hears the high frequencies since it resides and vibrates at high frequencies. The bat emits high frequencies sound vibrations and bounces them at its prey as echoes to pinpoint its prey’s accurate location. The bat totem remind us to become sensitive to high frequencies sound vibrations because high frequency sound vibrations allow us to vibrate and exist at higher frequencies and dimensions. Most of the bats that we are mostly familiar with feed on pest flying insects such as mosquitoes and other insects and this symbolizes to eliminate negative energy and thought forms that don’t serve our purpose and release them from our mental air space to prevent ourselves from being weighed down by our limitations. Of course there are some bats that feed on fruits and this symbolizes to feed ourselves positive energy and positive thought forms that will serve our higher purpose.  Only feed and indulge yourself with energy and activities that serves your higher purpose, and that empowers you. Become aware of what energy you feed yourself, your mind, and your body because it has an influence on your mind, body, and soul. The bat totem is the angel of the darkness and it’s also a Light Bringer. It shows that we can use our sixth sense which is our third eye help navigate our way through the darkness. Sometimes our physical eyes aren’t enough to help complete all of our tasks, and goals, and there comes a time when we need to utilize our third eye or intuition so that we can continue on our spiritual growth development. What’s really quite unique about the bat is that it is one of the few flying mammals along with the flying squirrel and this is impressive. The bat totem reminds us that the only way to become the ultimate version of yourself is to first face and confront all your fears, and then you can begin to become and do extraordinary and miraculous things.  Begin to replace your thought patterns and belief systems with positive thought patterns and belief systems and then you will become extraordinary. The bat is awesome. The bat has very flexible and elastic wings, allowing it to stretch easily. Their wings are also very thin allowing them to have a wider range of movement for when they fly, and they can even fly faster as well for this reason. The myth about bats being blind is actually false. Bats have vision, but whenever their vision fails them, they use their sense of smell and hearing as their back up and the bat totem reminds us to develop our senses to our fullest potential so that when one of our sense fail us, we can use another one of our sense to help complete our tasks for great proficiency without a problem. Don’t rely on just one of your senses, utilize all of them. The bat totem is about adaptability, and this is the first lesson that the bat totem teaches to its loyal recipients. When living in the darkness, you can’t just rely on one of your senses, you have to rely on using all your senses to navigate through the darkness and to survive. Like I have always said, ” Feminine energy is all about being open to change and transformation so that you can better be able to adapt to anything and you can confront anything that come across your path “. The bat totem is warning you to do the same. The darkness is feminine energy and you need to embody the energy of feminine energy in order to survive and navigate through the darkness. This is all about energy.

The bat totem remind us to be open to change, transformations, transitions in order to become adaptable, only feed your energy, mind, body, and spirit positive energy and vibrations that serve your higher purpose, eliminate any negative thought forms and belief systems from your mind that prevent you from flying and soaring, soar above your limitations and negative energy, communicate positive high frequencies thought forms to manifest and attract what you want, face and confront all your fears, immerse yourself within the darkness and unlock the key to how to use your subconscious mind, utilize all your senses and develop them into high proficiency, develop all your senses to high sensitivity so that they can easily detect and pinpoint anything form within your environment with great accuracy, and tell the bat totem that it’s an awesome spirit animal to have as your spirit guide.

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Reptile Animal Totems

Northern Water Snake
Northern Water Snake

So what are reptiles? Reptiles are cold blooded vertebrate animals that feature dry scales as their skin. The reptile class includes snakes, lizards, crocodiles, turtles, ans tortoises. Reptiles also lay hard shelled eggs on land. What separates reptiles from other animals are their scales like on my northern water snake image above. I have photographed this northern water snake above and snakes are one of favorite animals to photograph.

So how do reptiles use their scales. Reptiles use their scales to protect themselves from the harmful effects of the uv rays that radiate from the sun. Reptiles also have a unique feature beneath their scales. They have a watertight skin suit beneath their scales and this allows them to exist, move, and thrive on dry land. Unfortunately their amphibian counterparts don’t have this watertight skin suit. Reptiles also use their scales to protect themselves from abrasions as for when they slither across the ground, or for when diving below the water surface, and for when climbing the trees.Their scales also protect themselves from loss of body moisture which keeps them healthy. Reptiles have used their scales as their skin suits for millions of years. Reptile scales consist of a similar hard substance that is also found in human fingernails which is known as keratin. Keratin is a fiber protein that forms the main constituent of hoofs, claws, hair, feathers, and horns.  Reptiles all go through a process of shedding their scales to replace all their old scales with new scales. Snakes prefer shedding their skin all at one time, while other reptiles shed their old scales in flaky patches. Snakes shedding all their scales at once is symbolic for replacing all your old, negative thought patterns and belief systems with new positive thought patterns and belief systems that serves your higher purpose. The same also goes for other reptile species that shed their scales frequently. Younger aged reptiles shed their scales more frequently because they are still growing in size. Some reptiles shed their scales as often as every four to six weeks or more. When reptiles shed their scales, this indicates growth, health and if a reptile doesn’t shed its scales as frequently as it should, then it may be facing some health problems or concerns. So basically the spiritual meaning of scales represents transformation, transitions, cycles, change, being open to change, replacing all your old negative thoughts and belief systems with positive thoughts and belief systems, feminine energy, masculine energy, maintaining one’s health, protection, original, ancient, primordial energy, fluidity, adaptability, versatility, life, motion, subconscious mind, intuition, purification, renewal, and reflection.

Reptiles scales symbolize the subconscious mind because the subconscious mind is activated through repetition and reptiles are required to shed their scales frequently to maintain their health, to prevent the loss of body moisture, and to protect themselves from the harmful effects of the uv rays.  All of these traits that the reptile scales feature are associated with the element water and the element water is associated with feminine energy and feminine energy is associated with the subconscious mind. Water retains moisture, the scales retain body moisture, and the subconscious mind absorbs energy. Water experiences cycles of change and transitions, the scales experience cycles of shedding and replacing their old scales with new scales, the subconscious mind is open to change by opening itself up to the knowledge and wisdom of the universe and uses them to manifest its desired goal, result, or outcome.  All three: water, the reptiles scales, and the subconscious mind are all open to change, transformation, fluidity, and they all embody feminine energy. This is the common denominator which is feminine energy. You can learn more about the divine feminine energy by reading my blog post by clicking this link: Feminine Energy. So from all the research that I have conducted on the reptiles scales, the spiritual meaning of reptiles represents divine feminine energy, divine masculine energy, adaptability, versatility, life, motion, fluidity, transformation, transitions, cycles, being open to change, change, subconscious mind, repetition, renewal, refreshing, replacing all your old, negative thought patterns and belief systems with positive thought patterns and belief systems, purity, wisdom, intuition, and reflection. If you want to learn more about how both the conscious and subconscious mind are related to both masculine and feminine energy , then visit and click my blog post: Spiritual Marriage Between Masculine and Feminine Energy.

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Amphibian Animal Totems

Northern Green Frog Totem
Northern Green Frog Totem

This is one of my images of the Northern Green Frog that I have photographed above. It’s the Northern Green Frog, and one of my favorite animals to photograph. Amphibians are intriguing animals and they carry many spiritual messages with them to decode. Amphibians are cold blooded vertebrate animals that are adaptable to live both on land and water. During their larval stage of development, they contain aquatic gills for breathing underwater, and during their adult stage of development, they contain lung breathing organs for inhaling air.  This symbolizes their ability to adapt to both land and water efficiently.  Amphibians include the animals such as frogs, toads, newts, and salamanders.  The spiritual meaning of land represents knowledge, conscious mind, foundation, structure, support, order, balance, ruggedness, rigidness, masculine energy, responsibility, determination, ambition, goal oriented, success, manifestation, results, action, endurance, and stamina. The spiritual meaning of water represents feminine energy, fluidity, emotions, fertility, life, motion, absorbing negative energy, receptivity, purity, wisdom, renewal, reflection, refreshing, subconscious mind, transformation, transitions, cycles, change, and intuition. The water represents the subconscious mind while the land represents the conscious mind. Amphibians have mastered how to survive and live in both land and water and this symbolizes that they have learned to master how to use both their conscious mind and subconscious mind and use them to their advantage.  The amphibian totems reminds us to do the same.  The universe is mental and this is the fundamental lesson of the universe.

When amphibians immerse themselves below the water surface, they are connecting with their subconscious mind and the subconscious mind represents feminine energy and feminine is receptive to change and transformation and amphibian totems are reminding you to become receptive to change and transformation so that you can have an easier time to adjust and adapt to live within your environments. The subconscious mind also represents wisdom which also embodies the feminine energy.  Wisdom is the act of using your knowledge to manifest your desired result or goal and this is exactly what the subconscious mind does when working cohesively with the conscious mind. There’s an advantage to being open to change and transformation because you can easily adapt to anything that life throws at you and this is one of the amphibian totems messages.  The subconscious mind stores all your knowledge and information that your conscious mind sends to your subconscious mind.  Sometimes the conscious mind doesn’t always have time or it doesn’t fully comprehend all the knowledge and information that it gathers from a source so it just instantly sends all the information to your subconscious mind for later retrieval whenever it needs to recall a particular topic.  Your subconscious mind includes and stores all your memories, belief systems, previous life experiences, feelings, emotions, your skill sets, all the situations that you have been through, and all the images that you have seen and witnessed.  Your subconscious mind is infinite and magical and it is responsible for manifesting your reality, but of course both your conscious and subconscious mind work together to manifest your reality, but the subconscious mind uses its creative energy from the feminine energy to use the knowledge that it receives from the conscious mind to strategize and figure out how to use the knowledge to manifest its desired goal, result, or outcome.  Your subconscious mind is activated through repetition because the more information and knowledge that it receives from the conscious mind, the easier it is for the subconscious mind to perform the specified task to complete the goal and to manifest the desired result or outcome. This is the divine partnership made between both the conscious mind and subconscious mind and also between both the masculine and feminine energy.  The amphibian totems warns you that in order to master how to use your subconscious mind, you must dive deep within it and explore all parts of your subconscious mind from the most commonly explored areas to the unexplored, inactive areas and use the power of your subconscious mind to your advantage to manifest your desired results or goals.

When amphibians are on land, they are connecting with their conscious mind and the conscious mind represents the masculine energy and the masculine energy represents awareness, action, results, success, and goals.  The conscious mind is the state of awareness within one’s environment.  Your conscious mind includes all your feelings, emotions, sensations, perceptions, memories, fantasies all occurring within your current awareness and the present moment. Whatever your conscious mind wants to keep something hidden from its own awareness, it represses it and sends it to the unconscious mind.  Whenever we want to ignore our thoughts, feelings and emotions we instantly tell our conscious mind to send it to our unconscious mind and sometimes our unconscious mind can have an influence on our behavior.  All our feelings, thoughts, and emotions that are contained within our unconscious mind is only available to our conscious mind.  The unconscious mind basically acts like our subconscious mind and it is feminine energy. Sometimes the things contained within our unconscious mind appears into our awareness in the form of dreams. This is how our unconscious mind warns us to become aware of something important that we need to pay attention to especially if we have bad dreams and this usually means something that we need to resolve quickly before our issues or problems become worst than they were previously. It always important to study and analyze your dreams to have a better understanding about what your unconscious mind is communicating to you. The amphibian totems warns you to become aware of what sources that you gather your knowledge and information because whatever your knowledge and information that your conscious mind sends to your subconscious mind has a direct and indirect influence on yourself and your behavior so be conscious of everything and what you are doing. The conscious mind also represents knowledge, and knowledge is masculine energy. The masculine energy is responsible for searching and gathering all the knowledge to become more aware and knowledgeable about its environment. Knowledge comes first, then second comes wisdom, and finally comes the understanding.  These are the three basic steps to the operation of the universe. Simple as that.

When the amphibians have become adaptable to live in both land and water, they are in complete control of using both their conscious and subconscious mind. This is when the understanding comes into play which is the divine marriage. Now the amphibian understands how to survive on both land and water by observing its surroundings and gathering all the knowledge and information that it needs to learn about its environment and soon learn how use its knowledge about its environment to learn how to survive and adapt to both of its environments.  There are steps that need to happen before the amphibian can learn how to adapt to live in both polar opposites environments. Once both the conscious and subconscious mind has worked cohesively together and doing their part in order to manifest its desired result or goal, the divine marriage between both the two polar energies unite. The amphibians adaptability to live and thrive on both land and water is symbolic of mastering how to use both your conscious and subconscious mind.  So the spiritual messages from the amphibian totems is being open to change, adaptability, transitions, transformation, consciousness, balance, learning balance between your conscious and subconscious mind, learning balance between both your masculine and feminine energy, fluidity, receptivity, action, results, and success.

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The Swainson’s Hawk Totem

Adult Male Light Morph Swainson’s Hawk

The Swainson’s Hawk is one of my favorite hawks and I miss observing it when I used to live out west in Colorado so I want to dedicate my blog post for my love to the Swainson’s Hawk.

This is an handsome hawk and a bird of open country.  The hawk totem represents soaring above your limitations, focus, thoughts, thought patterns, protection, disciplined, order, structure, foundation, freedom, solar worship, willpower, concentration, intelligence, loyalty, honesty, direct, strength, courage, knowledge, study, masculine energy, visionary power, guardianship, clearsightedness, clarity, creativity, seeking your truth, following your own path, illumination, leadership, superb focus and vision, soaring above your life from a higher perspective, skillfulness, awareness, messenger, higher awareness, higher consciousness, the power of positive thoughts, the power of positive belief systems,  vigilance, adeptness, and learning to take advantage of opportunities.  Hawks have superb vision and they have the ability to adjust their superb perception and to focus on from the close up details and then zoom all the way out to focus on the whole overall picture and the hawk totem reminds you of learning when to focus on in the details of life and learn when to keep your eyes focused on the overall picture to gain more perspective of your reality.  You need to develop your awareness within your own environment.  The hawk has the ability to soar high above its limitations very easily and the hawk totem reminds you to focus and become aware of your negative thought patterns and belief systems that don’t serve your purpose by preventing you from soaring high above and staying free. Soar above your limitations, and become the ultimate version of yourself and remain in control of your reality. The hawk totem ask you to have positive thoughts and belief systems that easily serve your purpose so that you can regain control of your reality by soaring high above. If you notice hawks don’t blink, and the hawk totem is asking you to focus on your goals and completing your tasks, and avoid the distractions in your life.  The hawk spends many hours in the air scanning the earth’s surface gaining knowledge about where to look for its prey, and strategizing how it is going to subdue its prey, about where to roost for the night, about where to build its nest, about where to look for nesting materials to build its nest.  The hawk is all about action and manifesting its results and this is of course tied to the masculine energy and the solar power.

Adult Male Light Morph Swainon’s Hawk

The Swainson’s Hawk is associated with the elements air and earth.  The spiritual meaning of the element air represents knowledge, intelligence, observation, thoughts, thought patterns, thinking, masculine energy, motion, life, breath of spirit, breath of life, fluidity, etheric realms, spiritual realms, lightness, mental power, mental focus, mental strength, spiritual, metaphysical, adaptability, flexibility, change, free flowing, active, action, clarity, aloof, freedom, unity, balance, eternity, faith, and belief. The spiritual meaning of earth represents masculine energy, focus, structure, foundation, support, motivation, determination, order, balance, protection, resilience, self sufficient, rigidness, ruggedness, narrow mindedness, independence action, productivity, projection, manifestation, physical reality, willpower, strength, grounded, grounding, responsibility, and ambition. The fact that the hawk is associated with air is the reason why it can fly and it explains why it is always focused on thinking, observation, studying, knowledge and everything else that is associated with the element air.  The hawk prominently vibrates with masculine energy mainly because it is associated with both air and land and both of these elements are associated with masculine energy and masculine energy is always about focus, structure, balance, and discipline.  The air represents heaven, while land represents earth and the hawk is associated with both of these elements and realms.  The hawk can be viewed as a multidimensional being by flying to the heavens and living on land.  The hawk can be associated with angels and other multidimensional beings that are associated with both the elements land and air.

Adult Male Light Morph Swainson’s Hawk

The Swainson’s Hawk has some noticeable, unique features displayed on its plumage details.  It has a conspicuously rufous or brownish colored bib on its breast and chest.  The adult male hawk has a rufous colored bib with a grayish colored head while the adult female hawk has a dark brownish colored bib and a brown head.  The color rufous contains the colors brown and red.  The spiritual meaning of the color red represents energy, passion, love, goal driven, drive, determination, root chakra, physical action, survival, masculine energy, strength, leadership, ambition, love, sex, sensuality, basic necessities, needs, wants, sexuality, confidence, lust, aggression, anger, courageous, and powerful.  The spiritual meaning of the color brown represents grounded, grounding, foundation, structure, order, material wealth, security, protection, down to earth, stability, seriousness, family, community, warmth, friendship, duty, responsibility, compassion, trustworthy, dependable, sensual, calmness, peaceful, elegance, organization, strength, maturity, stability, down to earth, connection to earth, sensitive, honest, and sincere. The hawk’s bib is located near the heart center and chest and the heart center is associated with the heart chakra.  The spiritual meaning of the heart represents love, spirit, soul, unity, sacred, cohesion, feminine energy, attraction, sensuality, reflection, emotion, intuition, faith, belief, courage, willpower, strength, endurance, power, lightness, and purity. The heart chakra represents love, joy, happiness, warmth, compassion, self love, generous, passion, kindness, respect, caring, the healing center, the area where the physical and spiritual energy merge, maintaining an open heart to receive energy from the universe, understanding, and balance.  The Swainson’s Hawk totem asks us to maintain a balanced, open heart considering that it lives in an open country habitat.  The Swainson’s Hawk also warns us to maintain a driven, powerful, peaceful, grounded and strong heart.  Since the heart chakra is where both physical and spiritual energy merge, the Swainson’s Hawk warns us to maintain a well balanced heart and be open to receiving love, knowledge, wisdom, and understanding.  The adult male hawk has a more aggressive spirit than the adult female hawk and this is why it has a rufous colored bib and the rufous color contains both the colors red and brown.  But the thing is the color brown that is contained within the male’s hawk rufous colored bib pacifies the energy of the color red to balances out the overall energy of the rufous color.  The color rufous is both  aggressive and peaceful and its well balanced because of the two colors it contains.  The adult female hawk has a more peaceful heart but it still has the assertive and aggressive energy from the color brown used when it needs to assert its willpower.  So basically the Swainson’s Hawk totem is telling us to have a well balance heart and be open to receiving love from the universe, and use your strong willpower from your heart to accomplish the goals you have set out for yourself.  Have your drive and determination to pursue your goals.  The Swainson’s Hawk bib resemble an inverted triangle shape. An inverted triangle represents feminine energy, passiveness, lunar energy, cave, mother, down, creativity, harmony, ascension, manifestation, illumination, and integration. Since the inverted shape triangle bib is located near the heart chakra, the heart chakra is located where both the physical and spiritual energy merge within oneself.  Since the inverted triangle represents feminine energy, the Swainson’s Hawk totem is reminding us to open our hearts to both the physical realm and the spiritual realm and receive all the knowledge, wisdom, understanding, love, and energy.  Once you open your heart out to the universe, you can then soar high above like the Swainson’s Hawk.  The Swainson’s Hawk is associated with a lot of masculine energy mainly caused by its association with both air and land, but the feminine energy needs to be present within the hawk to counterbalance its dominant masculine energy that is within the hawk so the Swainson’s Hawk associates its feminine energy with its heart chakra to have an open heart chakra in order to keep its energy and heart balanced.   So whenever you see a Swainson’s Hawk, you now know that you need to learn to open up your heart chakra to both the physical realm and the spiritual realm so that you can keep your energy balanced so that you can soar high above like the Swainson’s Hawk. The Swainson’s Hawk is all about opening your heart chakra. There are three color phases of the Swainson’s Hawk and even three of these colors morphs can be further divided, but I will be discussing the Swainson’s Hawk Light Phase which is the most common morph of the Swainson’s Hawk in North America and many people are confused when viewing both the Dark and Intermediate Phase so I will avoid all the confusion by not discussing the two other color morphs for this blog post.  The image below is either of the Intermediate morph or Dark Intermediate Morph Swainson’s Hawk, but as my final verdict I will say that it is a Intermediate Morph.

Intermediate Morph Swainson’s Hawk

The Swainson’s Hawk Light Phase has mainly a white or uniformly tawny underwing coverts that sharply contrast with its dark gray remiges which are the flight feathers. I can already tell that the Law of Polarity plays a major role on how the Swainson’s contains two polar opposite colors that are present on the Swainson’s Hawk’s wings  The spiritual meaning of the color white represents purity, cleanliness, completion, wholeness, innocence, perfection, new beginnings, clean slate, reflective, neutrality, independence, openness, creativity, awakening, protection, encouragement, comfort, hope, peace, refreshing, sterility, detachment, equality, and immaculate. The spiritual meaning of the color gray represents neutrality, detachment, indecision, compromise, unemotional, impartial, stable, solid, reserved, quiet, conservative, dependable, independence, maturity, responsibility, loneliness, isolation, classic, and elegant.  Both the colors compliment each other.  The color white is reflective while the color gray neutralizes energy.  When the hawk flies, the color gray neutralizes its thoughts, the thoughts represents the flight feathers, the wings.  The color white reflects the hawk’s thoughts back to the universe and it also purifies the hawk’s energy and thought forms.  Basically the Swainson’s Hawk’s wings represents having neutral and positive thoughts and thought forms to become the ultimate version of yourself and to also allow yourself to soar high above your limitations. Now this is just a decode of the Swainson’s Hawk Light Phase, I am not decoding the other two color morphs in this blog post.  The color white represents pure and positive energy while the color gray represent neutrality and translating this on the Swainson’s Hawk’s wings means to have neutral and positive thoughts and soar high above.  This is the Swainson’s Hawk message to soaring above your limitations.  The Swainson’s Hawk has a 4 – 41/2 foot wingspan.  The spiritual meaning of number four represents foundation, order, support, structure, protection, hard working, goal oriented, success, challenges, rigid, narrow mindedness, loyal, sincere, down to earth, determination, practical, analytical, organization, planning, building, strong will, independence, stubbornness, disciplined, focus, resilience, self sufficient, reliable, and responsibility.  The Swainson’s Hawk is all about building its foundation, organizing and planning. The Swainson’s Hawk prepares for their winter migration to South America by gathering in flocks in their breeding grounds in North America and then they migrate to their winter grounds in the pampas which are the fertile flat plains in southern South America to forage for grasshoppers and crickets.  Swainson’s Hawks feed mainly on small mammals like ground squirrels and voles on their breeding grounds in North America. I know this sounds like a dramatic change in diet for the Swainson’s Hawk, but this hawk is an opportunistic feeder and it can’t afford to be picky about what it wants to eat since it has to migrate such a long distance just to escape the cold temperatures of North American before the arrival of winter.  The Swainson’s Hawk is definitely a great planner, and organizer, and it is definitely resilient by its long distance migration efforts.  This hawk has to be determined, resilient, and goal oriented since it has to migrate such a long distance.  This hawk is a fighter.  Their migration can be as long as 14,000 miles so this hawk is required to be a planner, and organizer, determined, goal oriented because it’s just the life style of the Swainson’s Hawk.

Adult Male Light Phase Swainson’s Hawk

So here are the basic messages you need to learn from the Swainson’s Hawk Totem: learn how to open your heart chakra to both the spiritual and physical realm, learn to open your heart to the universe to allow yourself to soar high above your limitations, become neutral and start thinking positive thoughts to soar above your limitations, and learn to become more organized, determined, stable, and goal oriented during your undertakings or when pursuing your goals and accomplishments.  There so much more to decode from this hawk, but I have already spent all day decoding it, and I want to end the blog post here tonight guys.  There’s nothing really written about the Swainson’s Hawk totem so I have decided to do my own decode on the Swainson’s Hawk totem. Keep in mind that none of this images are mine, I got them from google images and I am using them for my blog post about the Swainson’s Hawk Totem. You can always check out my photography work by visiting my website link below.

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Steve Irwin – Saltwater Crocodile Totem

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I want to dedicate my SaltWater Crocodile Totem to my mentor Steve Irwin who’s great passion was what he liked to refer to as salties, which is the Saltwater Crocodile.

The Crocodile Totem is an amazing spirit animal to have on your journey.  The crocodile is patient, very observant, contemplative, strategic, self sufficient, energy efficient, survivor, warrior, primordial, original, instinctual, connection to the energy of the earth and the water, knowledgeable about the cycles and energies of the earth, moon, and the sun by using its knowledge about them to its advantage, protection, maternal protection, keepers and protectors of all ancient, divine knowledge.  baring untameable creative life force, creation, destruction, primal energy, primal instincts, waiting and searching for opportunities that serves your purpose, concealment, grabbing hold on your opportunities, resourcefulness, creativity, learning to consume and digest all your life experiences, knowledge, wisdom, and understanding down nice and slow,  learning to take your time and do things at your own pace, quickly take advantage of all your opportunities with dead accuracy, clairvoyant abilities, courageous, powerful, determined, aggressive, magic, speed, stealth, resilient, cunning, honor, bravery, dependability, emotional depth, primal power, visionary, fertility, awareness to energy, and powerful.

The Crocodile is so sensitive to the frequency of energy and the degrees of temperature.  The crocodile is also knowledgeable about the energy and cycles of the earth, moon, and the sun that it has used its knowledge about the earth, moon, and sun to thrive and live on earth for millions of years while synchronizing its habits and lifestyle with the cycles and energy of the earth, sun, and moon.  The crocodile totem warns us to study the cycles and energy of the earth, sun, and moon and synchronize our habits and life cycles with them to improve our own life cycles in the process but to also to better remain in control of our realities by becoming more knowledgeable and understanding about their life cycles.  This gives us power and more control over our own life and existence on earth and this is why the crocodile has been able to survive for so long one earth.  It would be wise to meditate and receive the ancient wisdom from the crocodile totem because it contains all the ancient knowledge, wisdom, and understanding within its mind, body, and soul.

The crocodile is associated with the two elements land and water.  The spiritual meaning of land represents masculine energy, order, structure, foundation, support, ruggedness, self reliance, power, strength, honor, reliability, goal oriented, determination, knowledge, stubbornness, rigidness, narrow mindedness, focus, disciplined, protection, consciousness, and balance. The spiritual meaning of water represents feminine energy, fluidity, emotions, creativity, psychic abilities, absorbing negative energy, life, intuition, wisdom, motion, subconscious, fertilization, purification, transformation, reflection, renewal, and refreshing.  Whenever the crocodile submerges under the water, it is reminding us to dive deep into our emotions and immerse ourselves in our own free flowing creative juices, and purify our energy and inner spirits.  Whenever the crocodile is surfacing up to the water’s surface, the crocodile totem is reminding us to keep our emotions down below the water surface by keeping them under control and in check.  Don’t allow your emotions to cloud your vision and perception of your reality. This confuses your judgement and decision making process when the time comes to take advantage of your opportunities when they present themselves to you.  When the crocodile lives on land, it has to become powerful and rugged because when it swims through the water it is quicker and more fluid. The crocodile is not as agile and fluid when it walks on land so it needs to contain the energies of support, foundation and protection to support itself and the crocodile totem is asking you to do the same.  It’s also warning us if you find it easy to dive deep into your creative juices by immersing yourself with the energy of the water, then you need to use those creative juices to support yourself better while living on land.  You need creativity to survive on land because land is just plain and rugged.  Learn to balance both your masculine and feminine energy from within yourself and become your powerful, ultimate version of yourself and the crocodile clearly demonstrates this by the way it lives its life.

The masculine energy represents the element earth while the feminine energy represents water. We all contain these energy from within ourselves.  The crocodile totem acknowledges this but it also reminds us to associate with both the elements that contain the energies that are polar opposite of each other to help maintain balance and manage our energy from within ourselves.  Learn when to dive deep into the emotional, creative juices of the water, and know when to walk and bask on land and plan and strategize how you are going to create your reality.  This is alchemy and magic at its best and this is why the crocodile has been able to survive for so long on earth.  It has definitely done its homework over the course of millions of years.  The Crocodile is such a superb hunter. I actually use the crocodile’s hunting method of waiting patiently for my wildlife subjects to approach me within a reasonable distance for me to photograph them within a close range while using my knowledge of remaining camouflaged within my environment.  The crocodile is so superb with this hunting strategy when it is submerged in the water.  It sits and waits patiently for its prey while keeping its body submerged underwater, while keeping its head above the water surface to resemble a floating log above the water surface and while keeping watch for potential prey.  This is deadly precision at its best.  When the crocodile swims close enough to its potential prey, it prepares its deadly jaws and positions its feet and legs for support and balance and waits patiently for the right moment to strike with dead accuracy with its powerful jaws open to tackling down its prey.  The crocodile totem is reminding us to plan and strategize on how we are going to pursue our own goals and opportunities with deadly precision and accuracy without no mistakes.  Take the time to study and observe your surroundings and environment and then come up with your conclusion on how you are going to tackle down your opportunities and goals.

The saltwater crocodile resides in saltwater.  The spiritual meaning of salt represents cleansing and purifying negative energy, attracting positive energy, repelling negative energy and vibrations, healing, neutralizing, balancing energy, and aiding for manifesting what you want into your reality.  The saltwater crocodile is reminding us to immerse ourselves in the salty waters to purify our energies, spirits and vibrations and use the power of the salt to manifest the realities that we want.  Since water absorbs negative energy, it doesn’t reflects back negative energy to its original source. If saline is present in water, the energy of the salt purifies the energy of the water by cleansing and healing the energy of the water from what the energy of the water absorbs from the negative energy from outside influences of energy.

There’s a lot more to decode from the saltwater crocodile totem, but I will be babbling on forever about this amazing animal totem.  I can understand why Steve Irwin loved this animal so much.  The reason why I have dedicated this post to Steve Irwin is because he is one of my mentors and he is one of the main reasons why I have pursued my passion for nature and wildlife photography.  I have felt his energy around me lately and I felt compelled to dedicate him a SaltWater Crocodile Totem blog post.  Steve Irwin has influenced the world in such a positive, dramatic way for his love and passion for nature and wildlife conservation and he has made amazing accomplishments happen.  He has gotten results done and manifested them into reality. I have the same love and passion for nature and wildlife conservation and I contribute to this cause by dedicating my life to nature and wildlife photography and educating people about the importance of nature and wildlife.  I also show and educate people how important nature and animals are by writing and discussing blog posts about nature and animal totems. If you want to learn more about my nature and wildlife photography work, then definitely visit my website  .If you want to view my nature and wildlife photography work, then you can definitely buy my nature photography book called, “Nature’s Ascension” , which is now available on Amazon.  If you love my content on my blog and website, and you would love to support me on my journey, then definitely send me a generous donation for your support by visiting my  About Page on my website. I’m actually writing my own Animal Totem book and I plan on finish writing it by this September so definitely keep your eyes open for my Animal Totem book by visiting my blog and website. I hope you readers have enjoyed my blog post and would love to continue on learning more from my blog posts. Take care!!!!!!!

The Spotted Hyena Totem

The Hyena Totem is a female warrior, a powerful princess, and strategic huntress of big game.  She loves matriarchy and the powerful strength of feminine energy.  The hyena totem represents instinct, sociability, power, strength, community, female strength, female dominance, warrior, discernment, team work, trust, loyalty, communication, safety, aggressiveness, assertiveness, protection, determination, perseverance, clean house, cleaning up negative energy, family, friends, laughter, fun, playfulness, strong will, energetic, responsibility, grounding, grounded, connection to earth, foundation, order, structure, and support.  Spotted Hyenas reside on open, dry habitats such as savannah, semi deserts, mountain forest, and acacia bush.  Their range occurs in sub-Saharan Africa, but their numbers occur widely throughout this area because of European related causes.  Spotted hyenas coat feature a sandy, yellowish, gray coat with black or dark brown spots that covers most of its body.

Their coat is mainly a brownish tone and the spiritual meaning of the color brown represents earth, protection, security, material wealth, down to earth, stability, structure, order, grounded, grounding, support, responsibility, family unity, friendship, social ability, loyal, trustworthiness, dependable, reliable, honesty, genuine, sincere, industrious, calmness, comfort, natural, organic, elegance, strength, maturity, friendly, wholesome, approachable, health, and goodness.  Because of the hyena’s association to the color brown it embodies the energy of the color brown.  The hyena find ways to attain its security, food, foundation, order, support, structure, family unity, loyalty, trustworthiness, responsibility, connection to the earth, stability, and strength.

The spotted hyena contains black spots on its coat.  The spiritual meaning of the color black represents hidden, secretive, unknown, mystery, power, cloaking, shielding energy, absorbing negative energy, protection, confidence, independence, elegance, intimidation, control, self discipline, sophistication, symbolizing the ends and implying new beginnings, and seductive.  The spotted hyena uses the energy of its black spots to increase the power of the energy of the color brown that the hyena is associated with and this is why the spotted hyena has such a strong family unit, order, structure, foundation, support, and the color black helps the hyena clan to increase its chances to attain its material wealth which is prey and territory.  All the colors play a major role in the hyena’s life and this is just scratching the surface of understanding the spiritual meaning behind the hyena.

Spotted hyenas live in clans where female hyenas runs the show.  Hyenas are powerful predators and scavengers and they have bone breaking jaws to subdue their prey and to also ingest and break down the bones when feasting on carcasses.  Hyenas are part of the clean up crew and they help clean up the African continent from diseases and harmful bacteria by feasting on carcasses.  They also help control the prey numbers from overpopulating.  The hyenas are the predators and they help maintain balance to the universe.  Hyenas and lions are dual opposites.  In the lion pride, the male lions run the show, but in the hyena clans, the females run the show.  This represents the polar opposites relationships between the energies masculine and feminine energy.  Both of these large competitors compete for the same food source and territories and this symbolizes that they are both each others counterparts.  The hyena is the feminine counterpart of the lion, and the lion is the male counterpart of the hyena and this symbolizes the marriage between the masculine and feminine energy joining forces together in order to maintain balance to the universe.  This is the divine marriage.  I have already discussed the divine marriage between the masculine and feminine energy in my Knowledge, Wisdom, and Understanding article.  What’s ironic about inside both lion pride and the hyena clan structure is that the female members of the groups are the most responsible ones who do the hunting, and caring for the young ones, while the male members one of the groups just enjoy the benefits of the female members hard work.  But in the lion’s case, his reign doesn’t last long because once he gets too old, he tends to lose his pride by fighting against younger, stronger, and more competitive lions who will fight to death to win the older male lion’s pride, but this is all part of the cycle of the universe.

I hope you readers have enjoyed my blog post about the spotted hyena.  There’s more spiritual messages to decode from the hyena, but this is what I have channel from my 1 hour allotted time. Have a great day readers.

The Beaver Totem

The beaver totem is all about manifesting our dreams, goals and aspirations into our physical realities.  This explains why the beaver is so busy working towards manifesting its dreams and goals into its reality and the beaver warns us to do the same.  The beaver is all about foundation and this explains why it has four legs and toes and both the legs and toes represent foundation and I will discuss the spiritual meaning of four in a minute.  The spiritual meaning of the beaver represents order, structure, foundation, discipline, focus, perseverance, determination, hardworking, creativity, builder, creator, productivity, persistence, fertility, cooperation, being resourceful, group work ethic, balance between work and free play, enjoyment, protection, active, support, creating and making your dreams into your reality, communication, purpose, connecting to the energy of the water and land, becoming self sufficient.  There are so many spiritual messages to decode from the beaver and the more you dive deeper into the spiritual energy of the beaver, the more you will learn from this amazing animal totem.  I’m just giving you guys bread crumbs as I decode the beaver within my 1 hour allotted time frame that I have set for myself to decode the spiritual meaning behind the beaver totem.  I expect you guys to do more digging on any particular animal totem that interest you.

Beavers build dams to create their homes for their families and also for protection from predators.  They also build dams obviously to escape the chilly temperature of the winter seasons.  The temperature inside the beaver dams will not drop below freezing even if its subzero freezing outside in the dead of winter and the reason behind this is because of the dense materials they use to keep their dams well insulated.  Beavers are known for their dreams, and they know how to make their dreams into their reality.   Many of us always visualize about our dreams, but most of us feel discouraged about how to manifest them into reality when we are instantly confused about where to start and how to make our dreams into reality.  The beaver knows want it wants and it knows that its going to take work to achieve its goals.  It takes hard work to build a house and this is what the beaver does and at least the beaver has help from other beavers to build its home.  No one said that it was going to be easy to build a house, but it’s possible and this is the important message that the beaver wants to deliver to us.  Don’t be discouraged about not knowing how to achieve your dreams.  Every time I think about the beaver, I know have much work to do to achieve my dreams and I got nothing to complain about, and I know I’m not the only one.  The beaver doesn’t complain, it just takes action to achieve its dreams.

The beaver has four legs and toes.  The spiritual meaning behind legs represents support, movement, action, standing securely and firmly, locomotion, grounding, grounded, security, protection, success, confidence, endurance, and power.  The spiritual meaning of feet represents  grounded, grounding, foundation, support, power, structure, support, secure, action, confidence, locomotion, connection to the earth, connection to spirit, standing securely and firmly, knowledge, wisdom, understanding, communication, and root chakra.  The spiritual meaning of number four represents foundation, stability, structure, support, endurance, grounded, grounding, persistence, practical, down to earth, realist, responsibility, strength, courage, belief, faith, organized, control, rational, planning, fixing, building, trustworthy, order, diligence, and industrious.  The beaver is brown and the spiritual meaning of brown represents protection, security, stability, structure, support, duty, responsibility, material wealth, family, friends, groundedness, comfortable home, loyal, trustworthiness, honest, genuine, hard work, reliability, industrious, calmness, comfort, sensual, warm, natural, organic, practical, organized, health, and goodness. Clearly the beaver is associated with the energy of foundation, order, support, protection, hard working, responsible, reliable, industrious, warm, natural, active, and productive and this all explains why the beaver is busy as a beaver.   The color and the number of feet and legs that the beaver is associated makes the beaver what it is today.  Always remember that the colors and numbers that we associate ourselves with have a huge impact on your lives and on our energy.  Colors and numbers are everything.

I hope you readers have enjoyed my blog post about the beaver totem and that you have learned something.  Obviously there’s more that I could have decoded from the beaver totem, but I would be on my computer all night typing it up, but I have decided to give you some of my knowledge about the beaver totem.  Have a great day readers!!!!!!