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Animal Totems- The Otter

August 20, 2014, 12:00 AM

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By: J. Nighteagle

 

 

Staff Note: Since March, our in house psychic blogger J. Nighteagle has been teaching us a bit about animal totems. There’s been a lot of buzz and compliments coming in about the series and we thank you all for your excitement and are happy you are enjoying the series as much as we are.

 

If you missed any of the past articles in this series you can check them out by clicking the direct links below. -Foretell Staff

 

Pt. 1- The Hawk

Pt. 2- The Butterfly

Pt. 3- The Wolf

Pt. 4- The Eagle

Pt. 5- The Owl

Pt. 6- The Bear

Pt. 7- The Elk

Pt. 8- The Dragonfly

Pt. 9- The Coyote

Pt. 10- The Deer

Pt. 11- The Swan

Pt. 12- The Lizard

Pt. 13- The Dog

Pt. 14- The Dolphin

Pt. 15- The Stork

 

 

This week he teaches us about The Otter as a totem.

 

The Otter represents or symbolizes Woman Medicine; which is possessed by both sexes as we all have our female side, as women also possess a male side.

 

Woman Medicine is a nurturing and intuitive (the ability to emphasize with others feelings and situations in their lives); Men also posses this ability however more in the past then currently, men have been conditioned to suppress their feelings. Otter Medicine people are playful and take great joy in others happiness; it is not gossipy or overly talkative and for sure not jealous; which are considered by the majority of societies to be very negative traits in men and woman.

 

Otter Medicine people are supportive and nurturing, bringing a smile and a bit of joy to individuals who need it. If The Otter has entered your life as a totem, he is telling you to take life easy and find joy in the simple things; be nurturing, sometimes a laugh or a shoulder to lean on is the best medicine.

 

Remember to take joy in others accomplishments and be happy for them. A job well done must be appreciated. Be caring of others and help them out if they need it. Do not be overly critical of others; every one makes mistakes; be of assistance if possible and if asked.

 

The Otter is also saying to bring joy to ones self and others; to put yourself in the other position when trying to solve a problem or issue. Laughter and happiness are some of the rarest emotions and work wonders if used in a positive way.

 

The Otter is advising you to be happy and bring happiness to all you encounter; however at the same time avoid individuals you consider to be a downer or negative influence. Emotions are contagious and happiness is what we all want. It feels very good.

 

 

 

 

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Animal Totems- The Stork

August 4, 2014, 12:00 AM

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By: J Nighteagle 

 

 

Staff Note: Since March, our in house psychic blogger J. Nighteagle has been teaching us a bit about animal totems. There’s been a lot of buzz and compliments coming in about the series and we thank you all for your excitement and are happy you are enjoying the series as much as we are.

 

If you missed any of the past articles in this series you can check them out by clicking the direct links below. -Foretell Staff

 

Pt. 1- The Hawk

Pt. 2- The Butterfly

Pt. 3- The Wolf

Pt. 4- The Eagle

Pt. 5- The Owl

Pt. 6- The Bear

Pt. 7- The Elk

Pt. 8- The Dragonfly

Pt. 9- The Coyote

Pt. 10- The Deer

Pt. 11- The Swan

Pt. 12- The Lizard

Pt. 13- The Dog

Pt. 14- The Dolphin

 

This week he teaches us about The Stork as Totem.

 

The Stork represents new beginnings as in a spiritual or physical beginning (or both). In all new endeavors there is a time of adaptation. Timing is very important if the endeavor is important to you such as a new life, a new spiritual path, or a new project. As in any new adaptation in life there is a time of anticipation, a time of actuality, and adaptation in to ones life.

 

The Stork is telling an individual that this should be a time of great joy, and satisfaction to mind, body, and spirit (which all compliment each other.) As with all things, if nurtured it will grow, if not it will not grow to fruition, or the best that it could be.

 

The presence of stork or should I say a nesting Stork is considered to be very good luck; a Stork will not nest in a screenful environment; and this is one thing a stork means, a peaceful environment, one that nurtures growth and is conducive to security, expansion of mind and joy. The Stork indicates there is a need for action in ones life; weather it is a spiritual path, or the need to pay special attention to an individual or project, or one self.

 

The Stork assists with the process of new beginnings, so it is met with relaxation and care, (this process insures self satisfaction and happiness). To many people spend the greatest part or entire life in preparation for important endeavors, the presence of stork in you lives path means to put things in to action, what you need to know will come during the process, and enable an individual to posses confidence and strength. So enjoy the ride.

 

 

 

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Animal Totems- The Dolphin

July 23, 2014, 12:29 AM

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By: J NightEagle

 

 

Staff Note: Since March, our in house psychic blogger J. Nighteagle has been teaching us a bit about animal totems. There’s been a lot of buzz and compliments coming in about the series and we thank you all for your excitement and are happy you are enjoying the series as much as we are.

 

If you missed any of the past articles in this series you can check them out by clicking the direct links below. -Foretell Staff

 

Pt. 1- The Hawk

Pt. 2- The Butterfly

Pt. 3- The Wolf

Pt. 4- The Eagle

Pt. 5- The Owl

Pt. 6- The Bear

Pt. 7- The Elk

Pt. 8- The Dragonfly

Pt. 9- The Coyote

Pt. 10- The Deer

Pt. 11- The Swan

Pt. 12- The Lizard

Pt. 13- The Dog

 

This week he teaches us about The Dolphin as a totem.

 

Dolphin as Totem

 

The Dolphin represents Manna; the breath of life. Oxygen is the source of energy throughout life and the essential element to life on our planet. One of the reasons that the dinosaurs grew to enormous sizes is that in prehistoric time is that the air was much purer with a higher oxygen content. Breathing is very important to meditation, prayer, or just feeling the best you can.

 

If the dolphin has swam into your life as a totem, the dolphin is asking you to pay attention to the patterns and rhythms in your life; do they give energy or do they deplete energy, rather than enhance ones goals in life; it detracts from the process. In health, meditation, and any exertion of energy, breathing correctly is the key procedure.

 

As far as breathing exercises; any exercises as in yoga, and other breathing oriented endeavors; a doctors consultation is primary; so as to be aware of any benefits or incorrect information. Manna as in the breath of life, is the life force present in all life; all life; encompassing many aspects of life including higher power, god, or great spirit. A breath of fresh air should never be taken for granted.

 

On a more personal level, the dolphin sometimes means that the great barrier in you goal weather is a certain diet, workout routine or achieving restful dream time or a certain goal in any sense, is the approach or as simple as the way one breaths. Many approaches and possible results have been well studied and documented and are accessible.

 

 

 

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Learning About Totems Part 13

July 9, 2014, 12:00 AM

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By: J. Nighteagle

 

Staff Note: Since March, our newest in house blogger J. Nighteagle has been teaching us a bit about totems. This series is awesome and we thank him for taking the time to teach us about the meaning behind animal totems. There’s been a lot of buzz and compliments coming in about the series and we thank you all for your excitement and are happy you are enjoying the series as much as we are.

 

If you missed any of the past articles in this series you can check them out by clicking the direct links below. -Foretell Staff

 

Pt. 1- The Hawk

Pt. 2- The Butterfly

Pt. 3- The Wolf

Pt. 4- The Eagle

Pt. 5- The Owl

Pt. 6- The Bear

Pt. 7- The Elk

Pt. 8- The Dragonfly

Pt. 9- The Coyote

Pt. 10- The Deer

Pt. 11- The Swan

Pt. 12- The Lizard

 

This week he teaches us about what Dogs represent as totems and this might be our favorite yet. Photo credit to CSR Erin and her main squeeze Ollie, a red nose pit and border collie mix.

 

 

Dog as a totem represents loyalty.

 

Dogs understand man, his emotions, actions, and reactions better then any other creature on this earth. All dogs to the biggest from the smallest are all descendants of the now extinct gray wolf. The various breeds have been developed for specific purposes. Dogs are solders, police men, EMTs, rescue and crisis workers, guards, companions and truly mans best friend. The dog was the first creature to orbit earth.

 

Dogs have an amazing ability to read man and to anticipate mans desire and needs better then any other creature. Being the little brother of the wolf, dog is extremely intelligent, protective; he does grieve, and reacts to kindness with kindness, anger with anger, love with love. A person who carries dog medicine or finds the dog has entered their life usually serves humanity in one way or another; social worker, police men, guides and best friends to disabled people. They can also be a clown, a comedian, or a counselor.

 

It is difficult to consider the Dog as a totem; he has always been of service to man. Dog represents loyalty to one self and all around you (family, friends, coworkers) understand what causes human beings to feel bad, sad, or unhappy; and of course what promotes good and loving feeling towards one another. A dogs tolerance of human stupidity is reflected in his devotion to master and family; he is a teacher, a childhood friend and life long giver of love. Dogs do these things for us not because he has to but, dogs actually enjoy doing things for us; we must be grateful.

 

Loyalty to spouse, to employer, and family is what color us as human beings. Throughout or lives we define relationships of all sorts by loyalty; it is what we seek throughout or lives, and this is what dog teaches us. A relationship with our pets can and is sometimes stronger then relationships with people. All creatures of this earth have a gift to give humanity and in all the holy books of humanity tell us that they are in our charge and we must take proper care of them, they take care of us… we take care of each other.

 

 

 

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Learning About Totems Part 12

July 2, 2014, 12:00 AM

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By: J Nighteagle

 

 

Staff Note: Over the past 3 months our new in house blogger J. Nighteagle has been teaching us a bit about totems. This series is awesome and we thank him for taking the time to teach us about the meaning behind animal totems. There’s been a lot of buzz and compliments coming in about the series and we thank you all for your excitement and are happy you are enjoying the series as much as we are.

 

If you missed any of the past articles in this series you can check them out by clicking the direct links below. -Foretell Staff

 

Pt. 1- The Hawk

Pt. 2- The Butterfly

Pt. 3- The Wolf

Pt. 4- The Eagle

Pt. 5- The Owl

Pt. 6- The Bear

Pt. 7- The Elk

Pt. 8- The Dragonfly

Pt. 9- The Coyote

Pt. 10- The Deer

Pt. 11- The Swan

 

This week he goes over the meaning  of the meaning of the lizard and what it represents as a totem.

 

Lizard represents Dreaming. The Lizard rules the shadow side of life where dreams are put into reality. Aspirations and goals in life must be well thought out, contemplated and acted on in the right way to manifest into reality; Lizard represents dream time where messages and abstract information is put together in a workable way.

 

It is an indication of stress or not enough sleep, or broken sleep, to not dream or not remember. The lizard is telling you to sleep well and dream for the solutions to you achieving your goals in life will be reveled during dream time. It is also the time when we file away any unresolved issues that are barriers to our happiness and peace of mind.

 

If lizard has entered as a totem, he is telling you to pay great attention to symbols and recurring patterns in our dreams. If a person can not remember dreams it is advisable to create a dream log (usually dreams make sense to us when we look at patterns; repetitive faces and symbols). It is very essential to life to sleep well, some people find that music, meditating, or praying helps them to sleep and active REM (which according to science is when our brain is the most active and dreaming the most deeply).

 

We must remember the a balance of mind, body, and spirit all benefit and are necessary to our lives. Please do not underestimate the necessity of dreaming in our personal lives. Our lives in most part have become very active in our modern world. We also must remember that about half of our lives are spent sleeping and dreaming.

 

Nightmares are a manifestation of unresolved or ongoing problems or stresses in our lives; another message is that you may need more sleep or dream time to feel the best you can; and prepare for the activity of daily life. Depending on the individual or situation the symbol of the lizard could be mild or extremely important.

 

 

 

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Disclaimer: Blog contents express the viewpoints of their independent authors and are not reviewed for correctness or accuracy by PsychicsForetell. Any opinions, comments, solutions or other commentary expressed by blog authors are not endorsed or recommended by PsychicsForetell or any vendor. If you feel a blog entry is inappropriate, click here to notify PsychicsForetell.

 

Learning About Totems Part 11

June 23, 2014, 4:27 AM

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By: J Nighteagle

 

 

Staff Note: Over the past 3 months our new in house blogger J. Nighteagle has been teaching us a bit about totems. This series is awesome and we thank him for taking the time to teach us about the meaning behind animal totems. There’s been a lot of buzz and compliments coming in about the series and we thank you all for your excitement and are happy you are enjoying the series as much as we are.

 

If you missed any of the past articles in this series you can check them out by clicking the direct links below. -Foretell Staff

 

Pt. 1- The Hawk

Pt. 2- The Butterfly

Pt. 3- The Wolf

Pt. 4- The Eagle

Pt. 5- The Owl

Pt. 6- The Bear

Pt. 7- The Elk

Pt. 8- The Dragonfly

Pt. 9- The Coyote

Pt. 10- The Deer

 

This week he goes over the meaning  of the meaning of the swan and what it represents as a totem.

 

The Swan represents Grace.

 

We observe grace in the dance of the clouds, a soft breeze, and the movement of the earth. Grace can also be a frame of mind, an easiness and unspoken confidence that current movements in life are leading to a good and peaceful future for ones self and the people we care about and love.

 

A lot of people take on life as a struggle and sometimes it is, however, it is important to see life as a workable and pleasant arena for accomplishing what is important to us. The Swan reminds us to gracefully view the future with absurdness and peaceful enthusiasm (we always must remember it is the journey that counts, not the destination).

 

Grace is a direct result of confidence in the where the world is taking us many people find this confidence in various faiths. Positive actions in mind, body and spirit always result in a good, positive and optimistic view of the future; a better view of self .

 

Swan as a Totem is telling you to stop fighting life; the struggle that people feel is because they do not enjoy what they do in life and go through life as a war to be won. If the Swan has entered your life as a guide or totem, you are being advised to take life easy, have confidence that your actions and they will lead you to where you would like to be. Swan medicine people can see the future, to except and enjoy the power of Great Spirit or God, and to apply transformation and healing in their lives. Swan reminds us to accept the ability to know what lies ahead.

 

 

 

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Disclaimer: Blog contents express the viewpoints of their independent authors and are not reviewed for correctness or accuracy by PsychicsForetell. Any opinions, comments, solutions or other commentary expressed by blog authors are not endorsed or recommended by PsychicsForetell or any vendor. If you feel a blog entry is inappropriate, click here to notify PsychicsForetell.

 

 

 

Learning About Totems Part 10

June 9, 2014, 12:00 AM

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By: J. Nighteagle

 

 

Staff Note: Over the past 2 months our new in house blogger J. Nighteagle has been teaching us a bit about totems. This series is awesome and we thank him for taking the time to teach us about the meaning behind animal totems. There’s been a lot of buzz and compliments coming in about the series and we thank you all for your excitement and are happy you are enjoying the series as much as we are.

 

If you missed any of the past articles in this series you can check them out by clicking the direct links below. -Foretell Staff

 

Pt. 1- The Hawk

Pt. 2- The Butterfly

Pt. 3- The Wolf

Pt. 4- The Eagle

Pt. 5- The Owl

Pt. 6- The Bear

Pt. 7- The Elk

Pt. 8- The Dragonfly

Pt. 9- The Coyote

 

This week her teaches us about The Deer as a totem and what it represents.

 

The Deer represents gentleness. The deer has clothed and fed humanity for many, many generations and is directly responsible for the migratory patterns of our ancestors (not only for food, but also where water is). It is difficult to think of another creature giving more to man.

 

If the deer has entered your life as a totem it is considered to be a great gift to you. The Deer teaches us that being gentle and having a loving and feeling spirit has the power to touch the hearts of all. In most societies, strength is viewed as being prepared for anything and being able to handle it and succeed.

 

Power is demonstrated by being able to defend against all threats, however, as human beings the deer reminds us that gentle nature is the most powerful force; it gives the ability to touch the hearts of wounded and frightened souls. Power may be on a governmental level and represented by strength and as human beings we respond to aggression by suspicion and  defensiveness.

 

People respond to genteelness with trust and a good feeling and for this reason the Deer is a totem of healing. The Deer as a totem is advising you to approach a seemingly impossible situation with genteelness, understanding, and empathy (this includes ones self); and the answer or procedure rather then by force. The answer you require may be right in front of you.

 

 

 

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Disclaimer: Blog contents express the viewpoints of their independent authors and are not reviewed for correctness or accuracy by PsychicsForetell. Any opinions, comments, solutions or other commentary expressed by blog authors are not endorsed or recommended by PsychicsForetell or any vendor. If you feel a blog entry is inappropriate, click here to notify PsychicsForetell.

 

Learning About Totems Part 9

May 28, 2014, 12:00 AM

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By: J. Nighteagle

 

 

Staff Note: Over the past 2 months our new in house blogger J. Nighteagle has been teaching us a bit about totems. This series is awesome and we thank him for taking the time to teach us about the meaning behind animal totems. There’s been a lot of buzz and compliments coming in about the series and we thank you all for your excitement and are happy you are enjoying the series as much as we are.

 

If you missed any of the past articles in this series you can check them out by clicking the direct links below. -Foretell Staff

 

Pt. 1- The Hawk

Pt. 2- The Butterfly

Pt. 3- The Wolf

Pt. 4- The Eagle

Pt. 5- The Owl

Pt. 6- The Bear

Pt. 7- The Elk

Pt. 8- The Dragonfly

 

Today: The Coyote

 

Coyote is called the Trickster for a lot of reasons, one of the main reasons is that the Coyote has consistently survived by being one step ahead of man; Coyotes deadliest enemy. The Coyote is an animal of high intelligence.

 

The Coyote has been one of the, if not the most hunted, or should I say killed and despised creature in the world. He tends to be the greatest, or perceived as, enemy of the rancher. Military strategists will tell you it is never a good idea to attack an enemy in their back yard because they have a great advantage (in nature and also militarily).

 

Man has built large cities and claimed a great deal of the world and things are growing day to day. The Coyote has taught man about camouflage, strategy, and logic, and his hunting techniques have been studied by many. I suppose that if you were hunted by man for so many generations, being a trickster would be a big advantage. The Coyote tends to be a lot more solitary then the wolf but will hunt in packs when it has advantages.

 

The Coyote is also the possessor of many magical powers. If the trickster has entered your life as a totem you can be certain that a very important message is coming to you; it could be bad or good but never the less a lesson to you. You see, the coyote or the trickster, will sometimes make life so complicated that he ends up fooling himself. We must remember his logic is based on survival.

 

The quickest path towards a goal is direct approach; The Coyote is letting an individual know that it is not conducive to a goal to let obstacles stand in your way or to create obstacles and distractions to your desired result.

 

-Be observant but not paranoid.

-When the time is right socialize and enjoy being close to family and friends; however, do not get distracted.

-Let children play and learn but always be there.

 

The Coyote does not trick for pleasure, his strategies are based on survival and this allows himself to keep from being tricked. As a creature he does not deserve the negative reputation (cartoons, stories and fairy tales and human propaganda). If it was not for the Coyote, our lands would not be the same; it would be over run by gophers, rabbits, rats and many types of vermin. We have lived together for thousands of years for a reason; it is a part of a bigger plan.

 

 

 

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Disclaimer: Blog contents express the viewpoints of their independent authors and are not reviewed for correctness or accuracy by PsychicsForetell. Any opinions, comments, solutions or other commentary expressed by blog authors are not endorsed or recommended by PsychicsForetell or any vendor. If you feel a blog entry is inappropriate, click here to notify PsychicsForetell.

 

 

Learning About Totems Part 8

May 19, 2014, 12:44 AM

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By: J Nighteagle

 

 

Staff Note: Over the past month our new in house blogger J. Nighteagle has been teaching us a bit about totems. This series is awesome and we thank him for taking the time to teach us about the meaning behind animal totems. There’s been a lot of buzz and compliments coming in about the series and we thank you all for your excitement and are happy you are enjoying the series as much as we are.

 

If you missed any of the past articles in this series you can check them out by clicking the direct links below. -Foretell Staff

 

Pt. 1- The Hawk

Pt. 2- The Butterfly

Pt. 3- The Wolf

Pt. 4- The Eagle

Pt. 5- The Owl

Pt. 6- The Bear

Pt. 7- The Elk

 

Today: The Dragonfly.

 

The Dragonfly as a totem represents illusion. The symbol of the dragonfly appears in literature, art, and music and continues to be associated with creativity. The iridescence of the wings of dragonfly take an individual to a place of colors not found in the activities of daily life.

 

In mythology the dragonfly was once a very powerful dragon who possessed great magical powers. He was tricked by the trickster (coyote) into demonstrating his great magic; he then changed himself into the dragonfly and could not change back.

 

The dragonfly plays a very essential role in native American and Celtic spirituality and mythology and is represented in many forms of craftsmanship as well as many types of art and music. Dragonfly tends to be the main totem of musicians, artists, luthiers (guitar makers, or stringed instrument crafts men), actors and actresses, and jewelry makers.

 

Even though the dragonfly represents illusion, as a totem he is telling you to look beyond illusion and realize that reality must be present to create illusion; did you forget to feed your fish? Do you need to put on a couple of pounds or lose the same? Do the children have lunch money? Etc.

 

Dragonfly rules the elemental universe (fire, water, earth, and air). If the dragonfly has appeared as your totem or guide (people have several totems that disappear and appear when needed or requested). His major message is to be realistic with yourself and others and look beyond illusion in to reality or create and be inspired.

 

By the art of illusion however be realistic in perception of self and others that you care for. There may be a need to look at yourself in a more realistic way.

 

 

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Learning About Totems Part 7

May 14, 2014, 12:00 AM

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By: J Nighteagle

 

 

Staff Note: Over the past month our new in house blogger J. Nighteagle has been teaching us a bit about totems. This series is awesome and we thank him for taking the time to teach us about the meaning behind animal totems. There’s been a lot of buzz and compliments coming in about the series and we thank you all for your excitement and are happy you are enjoying the series as much as we are.

 

If you missed any of the past articles in this series you can check them out by clicking the direct links below. -Foretell Staff

 

Pt. 1 – The Hawk

Pt. 2- The Butterfly

Pt. 3- The Wolf

Pt. 4- The Eagle

Pt. 5- The Owl

Pt. 6- The Bear

 

 

Today: The Elk.

 

The Elk represents stamina. In todays fast paced world there is a very real need for keeping up with the life you desire work, children, and other activities of daily life. Humanity in general has evolved technologically a lot faster then psychologically, and as a species there has always been a need for a consistent pace; this is what the Elk represents as a totem or guide. He may not be the first one present however, he will arrive that is certain.

 

 

In todays world a lot of people find or think they must multi-task and in some cases it is necessary. It has been proven that multi-tasking creates a feeling of getting a lot done but really does not; there is more quality and uniqueness when a person concentrates on one task at a time. The reason the Elk completes his task is because he paces himself. The Wolf waiting to make the Elk his dinner is waiting for him to stop or take a break and will continue to wait. The elk does not stop until the right time, when the wolf has become tired.

 

 

The mountain lion present in the cliffs above is waiting for elk to run so she can jump on him and bring dinner home to her cubs however, elk paces himself confusing the cat; he arrives at his destination. You see he smelled them as they did him, he knew they were there.

 

 

Elk also teaches us to connect with individuals of our own sex, brothers/sisters, uncles/aunts, good friends, and further. To be balanced in life we need friends, and good support systems of both sexes for example a girls night out, a bowling team, or just getting together with family and friends for a nice barbecue.

 

 

Elk represents a need for pace in ones life, to arrive at your destination and enjoy getting there. We as human beings are very adaptable but we must remember some things take time and we must pace ourselves so as to not become overwhelmed, or distracted.

 

 

The sexual aspect of Elk as a totem is associated with attraction and ability (very spiritual symbol) and we must not forget strength.

 

 

 

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