Spiritual Meaning of The Element Air

 

So what is the spiritual meaning of the element air?  Air represents the mind, knowledge, thinking, mentality, masculine energy, lightness, ether, action, movement, imagination and ideas.  It is the physical representation of our minds.  Our minds are infinite and great as the sky.  Have you always heard that famous saying, ” The sky is the limit “?  What this means is that your mind, ideas and imagination that you create inside your mind is your  limit and if you think and create thought forms that limits and prevents you from achieving your goals and aspirations then you have set your limit.  You shouldn’t have any limits when it comes to using your own mind to manifest your reality.

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Everything that we see and interact with in this third dimensional reality is a physical representation of our minds.  Birds symbolize and represent exploring every nook and cranny within our minds and learning and knowing how to master our minds.  The Peregrine falcon totem teaches us how to preform those high impact aerial dives high from the sky by freeing our minds to new possibilities, knowledge, wisdom and focusing on executing and manifesting our goals with dead  accuracy.  Amphibian Animal Totems symbolize and represent immersing ourselves within our conscious and subconscious minds and learning how to use them together to manifest what we want.  Amphibian animal totems also represent balancing our emotions, utilizing our creativity and learning how to become more free flowing to easily adapt to the winding curves that life throws at us.  The Spider Totem is the architect of its reality by writing and weaving the reality it wants into the universe.  The spider totem is a physical representation of all of us being the individual creators and architects of our own realities.

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” The All is Mind and the Universe is Mental “, the Kybalion.  This is the first Universal Law which is the Law of Mentalism.  I have recently written a blog post about the Law of Mentalism and you can read it here by clicking Law of Mentalism. We all came here in human skin suits to experience and interact with each other, but also to experience and interact with our creations.  Our human bodies or shells aren’t the real us, but there are our physical extensions of ourselves that we use to experience and feel different forms of energy, and for building and creating life from ourselves.  God or Allah is in all of us and we are the creators and architects of our own realities.  This third dimensional reality is a matrix system to experience things and energy physically and that’s it.

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Sources: ” The Element of Air “.  TheWhiteGoddess.co.uk.  Web.  24 Dec.  2015.  <http://www.thewhitegoddess.co.uk/the_elements/air.asp>

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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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Law of Mentalism

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” The All is Mind, the Universe is Mental ” – the Kybalion. Everything is mental from the things that you see to the things that you feel, taste, touch and interact with in this third dimensional reality. Your belief systems, thought patterns, and thoughts are responsible for forming and shaping up your reality into what it is right now. You are the architect of your own reality. Check out my Spider Totem blog post to learn how to create and shape your own reality by manipulating your own thoughts forms and belief systems.  Even the symbolism behind animal totems is associated with the mind. Whenever an animal presents itself to you, it is reminding you to work on some inner energy work within yourself. Each animal vibrates at different frequencies and each animal is associated with different forms of energy. Everything is energy. If you see a snake, then you know that you need to work on opening yourself up to change and transformation so that you activate your pineal gland and then become a higher version of yourself. If you see a bird or a bird’s feather, then you already know that you need to begin thinking more positive thought patterns and belief systems that serve your higher purpose so that you can ascend well above your limitations and negative belief systems. Even nature and weather patterns are associated with symbolisms and this is tied to the mind. Everything is originated from within the mind. There’s nothing physical.

The mind is very powerful. Why? There are many reasons behind this. The powerful pineal gland is one reason why the mind is so powerful. The activation of your pineal gland is open doors to unlimited possibilities, magic, power, Christ energy, and becoming the ultimate version of yourself. Once you activate your pineal gland you can do anything. Unfortunately, most of our pineal glands are calcified because they haven’t been used. There are many ways to decalcify your pineal gland, you just have to be creative and do your research. Another reason why the mind is so powerful is because it contains the spiritual marriage between both the conscious and subconscious mind. The subconscious mind is basically your pineal gland while your conscious mind is your current awareness.  When both your conscious and subconscious mind work harmoniously together, you can manifest miracles and wonders, but all of this takes work and lots of time. The more you become aware that the all is mind and the universe is mental, then you will begin to become more aware of your thought patterns and belief systems that affect the outcome of your reality. You will also begin to notice energy and different forms of energy that vibrate from high frequency to low frequency and you can decide which form of energy that you want to associate with. Here’s a tip: Learn to become more observant of your surroundings, and preoccupy yourself with studying, researching, and keeping yourself disciplined and focused on your surrounding and environment.

Listen to some 963Hz Pineal Gland Activation Short video:

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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:

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Spiritual Meaning of Fog

So what is the spiritual meaning of fog? The spiritual meaning of fog represents the unconscious mind. So why do I say that? Fog veils what it doesn’t want to be seen or what to be aware of. The unconscious mind operates the same way. Whenever you want to ignore something from your awareness, you tell your conscious mind to repress it and send it to your unconscious mind. All of your thoughts, feelings, emotions, urges that you choose to ignore from your awareness is sent to and stored within your unconscious mind because you choose to become unaware or unconscious about the things you want to ignore. Your unconscious mind is basically your subconscious mind, but the only difference between them is that your subconscious mind is your permanent storage bin for your mind while your unconscious mind is basically your temporary storage bin for your mind for times when you choose to ignore your problems and feelings. But the thing is, you can’t ignore all your problems, emotions, feelings, and urges forever because they always find a way to reappear within your awareness and consciousness again. An example of this is when the sun’s heat evaporates and dissipates all the fog’s moisture from the air and soon the fog suddenly disappears. The sun in this example represents your conscious mind exposing itself to all of its thoughts, emotions, feelings and urges again. Only the sun has the power to evaporate and dissipate all the fog’s moisture and this symbolizes that only your conscious mind is the only one that can gain access to your unconscious mind. There is no escaping or ignoring all your thoughts, feelings, emotions, and urges because your unconscious mind only serves as your mental storage bin temporarily and what you choose to ignore from your awareness will soon and eventually reappear into your awareness and your conscious mind again. Fog is just a physical representation of both your unconscious mind and subconscious mind and also the other weather patterns. Always remember this, ” The All is mind and the universe is mental “, and this is tied to the first universal law, the Law of Mentalism.

Fog also represents chaos and confusion because of one’s inability to acknowledge their own thoughts and feelings within their own awareness. It’s no wonder why you can’t see through fog effectively but all of this could have been avoided if you chose to remain conscious of your own awareness of your thoughts and feelings. Your own thoughts and feelings creates storms and weather patterns if you choose not to remain in control of them. Fog is derived from water and water represents the divine feminine energy and the feminine energy is tied to emotions, feelings, and urges. Fog represents feminine energy. If you notice hot air rises, while cold air like fog condense and sinks. Cold air is heavy, stagnant, and slow moving just like clouds which are the same. Hot air like thermals and updrafts are fast, light, angelic, and free flowing and this represents the masculine energy. I’m actually a big fan of fog and I would love to photograph fog surfacing over a beautiful landscape someday.

Listen to some Celtic Forest Music:

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Spiritual Meaning of the Forest

Deciduous Forest of Rock Creek Park
Deciduous Forest of Rock Creek Park

Come join me on a adventurous journey to the mysterious, enchanted forest. The beautiful forest image above belongs to me and I have such a strong love and passion for forest environments and I enjoy photographing them. I want to dedicate this blog post to my love and passion for the forest. So what is the spiritual meaning of the forest? The spiritual meaning of the forest represents being open to change, transformation, transitions, cycles, adaptability, the divine feminine energy, attraction, magnetism, production, projection, divine masculine energy, fruitful, energetic, the duality of  balance between both the divine masculine and divine feminine energy, action, patience, receptivity, tree of knowledge, heart chakra, love, peace, tranquility, renewal, refreshing, cleansing, mysterious, endurance, invincibility, structure, foundation, balance, protection, healing, self reliance, survival, the power of positive thoughts and positive belief systems, keeping your mind focused on the heavens and spiritual ascension, grounded, grounding, immortality, ancient, primordial energy, original being and possessing original energy, master of illusions and confusions, ability to create mental labyrinths of chaos and confusions, darkness, absorbing negative energy, independence, omnipresence, god and goddess energy, mazes and complex networks, repetition, camouflage, down to earth, mental power, mind, mental focus, tenacity, strength, courage, creativity, possessing your own inner divine knowledge, wisdom, and understanding, thinking for yourself, magic, magician, alchemist, master of mental transmutation, emphatic, mental telepathy, the spiritual marriage between both the conscious and subconscious mind, communication, community, social structure, and solitariness. The spiritual meaning of the forest means so many things.

Pristine Forest.
Pristine Forest.

This is also another one of my images that I have photographed above. The forest can also be viewed as a dark place and whatever is associated with the darkness represents the subconscious mind. The dark parts of the forest represents your subconscious mind and the dark parts of the forests represent the unexplored areas containing unlimited possibilities, knowledge, wisdom, understanding, and unlimited and powerful energy. The well illuminated parts of the forest symbolizes our conscious minds gathering all knowledge from the universe. For example in my image above, the well illuminated sun spots lighting up certain parts of the forest floor are gathering and absorbing knowledge and warmth from the sun and this allows the forest floor grass to grow abundantly and fruitfully. The sun makes its way across the earth’s sky and illuminates every inch of the forest floor to allow every vegetation to grow prosperously and abundantly for the sake of balance. The forest is reminding us to explore every inch of both of conscious and subconscious mind so that we can learn how to master how to use both of them to serve our higher purpose.

Enjoy some Woodlands Tales Forest Music:

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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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Spiritual Meaning of Fall

Fall has finally arrived here in Maryland and I am witnessing vibrant colorful change of leave colors and I am also witnessing the forest floors accumulating with fallen leaves from the trees above. I am grateful for receiving the presence of fall in my life.  So what is the spiritual meaning of fall? Fall is the season of change, cycles, transformations, transitions, and the representation of the divine feminine energy. The divine feminine energy is centered around change, cycles, transitions, and transformation because it is receptive to energy and change. The fall season is open to receiving change and transformation to soon transform into winter and the winter season is another form of the divine feminine energy. The fall and winter seasons both represent the divine feminine energy while both spring and summer represents the divine masculine energy. When all the seasons are combined within the one year, the divine marriage between the divine masculine and divine feminine energy become united and one to help sustain balance within the earth. The fall season also symbolizes the balance between light and darkness, releasing and letting go of the old and negative energies from your presence and awareness, adaptability, preparation, and accepting impermanence. The season of autumn symbolizes the time of self reflection. Purge and relinquish all your negative thoughts, negative belief systems, your limitations, your expectations and allow the season of autumn to absorb them in order to purify your energy so that you can continue on your spiritual growth journey. Autumn is a time for letting go of all your burdens, doubts, grieving, and any emotions that limits your ability from moving on. On the autumn equinox, the day and night amount to 12 hours each equally and this symbolizes to maintain a healthy balance between masculine and feminine energy, and light and darkness within ourselves to better be able to adjust and adapt through the harsh, dark season of winter. Fall is a reminder for us to remained balanced within ourselves before winter arrives.

The season of autumn also reminds us of life and death. When the leaves bud from the trees during spring and then they grow abundantly during summer, and as fall arrives, the leaves finally change colors and suddenly fall to the forest floor signalling the death and the end. Nature is immortal and life is immortal. The leaves fall down to the forest floor to provide enough nourishment for the earth’s soil to grow more leaves for when spring arrives. Everything is recycled through nature. Nature has enough resources and energy to sustain itself for its well being and nature is reminding us to acknowledge this within ourselves to remain cleansed and purified. We all go through different cycles of life and death, but its never a literal life and death, but we experience a new cycle of life once we experience a form of death from the previous end of another cycle of development. This is a way of life.

Here’s a video of the fall season:

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