To hear the song of your soul The whale is renowned for its soul songs, songs that enrich and nurture the soul. Carl Sagan taught that one of the truly magical things about whales was the importance of their songs. Whales, quite literally, have a catalogue of songs that they remember and sing. Apparently, they … Continue reading Hear the song of your soul
Because the turkey is closely associated with the spirit of the Earth, it is also symbolic of feminine energies at work in our lives. This animal has been revered in ancient traditions as a symbol of fertility and abundance. The turkey is a useful guide to unlocking the fullness of life. It invites those who … Continue reading Give With An Open Heart
Hold still and be yourself! Be borne up upon the wings of power. Taste the frontier! Wander along the boundary fence and feel its special power. When you meet Raven, he could be telling you that there will be changes in your life and that possibly you should step by the usual way you view … Continue reading Raven’s Magical Thinking
It is no accident that Parrot has flown into my world, encouraging me to keep seeking what nourishes me. Like the parrot, we are each wonderful beings, each gifted with special skills. The parrot's resplendent colours speak of wearing one's beauty on the sleeve. The parrot is a gregarious bird who enjoys the interaction with … Continue reading Actively seeking that which fulfils my needs
Potoroos belong to a small family called the Potoroidae (rat-kangaroos), within the large superfamily Macropodoidea. The rat-kangaroos are small marsupials which hop on their hind feet, dig for much of their food with well-developed forefeet, and have a complex stomach that allows them to extract nutrition very efficiently from their diet. The Potoroidae contains several … Continue reading Drawn by the Light
It is not surprising that Kookaburra has flown back into my life to remind me to lighten up. Working at Winters Flat Primary for my Masters of Social Work placement feels like I have come full circle. It is a little like a final jigsaw piece falling seamlessly into place. Nonetheless, I have expended more … Continue reading Life is for the enjoyment of living
The frilled lizard grows to around 45-90cm in length, about two-thirds of which is tail. It has a vivid yellow mouth and a large extendible frill gathered about the neck and under throat. The combination of the gaping mouth and the wide, brightly coloured frill provide an intimidating sight to any potential predator. It frequently … Continue reading Letting Go
If you think you are too small or ordinary to make a difference you have not been in a closed room with a mosquito (African proverb) or a persistent housefly.
Numbat's focus on detail leads to an inevitable scrutiny focusing on whether we are being satisfied by life at this current time. Ask yourself if there are things you can change in your life, and things that you want to change. Be honest about what is right as well as what you want to achieve … Continue reading Being Honest About Everything
While walking my dogs I came upon some stunningly beautiful thistles. The thistle has been much maligned. Being a tough plant, the thistle grows everywhere other plants usually don’t. It stands for surviving where others won’t and often this is surviving harsh conditions. Allow yourself to be seen for your gentleness as well as your strength. … Continue reading Setting Intention with Thistle
Bandicoot teaches us that one of the most successful ways we can understand the ancient earth is by living a quiet existence, especially amongst times of noise and trauma. Bandicoot comes in our lives to quietly nuzzle our shoulder and point out a little shadowy, sandy track that we missed, and to not neglect it … Continue reading Boundary Setting With Bandicoot
Raven is everpresent for me! She flew into my world today to remind me that I am not done yet and that more is possible! https://youtu.be/fxreTRv6oNI
Cockatoo's Wisdom Includes: * Understands the power of the sunrise * Ability to survive harsh conditions * Communication skills * Beauty * Playfulness The Cockatoo The cockatoo is a member of the parrot family. Its most noticeable feature is its magnificent crest, which crowns the top of its head. This crest is used to send … Continue reading Playfulness Wins the Day
Raven seems more than a litle alarmed, but Donkey knows that to embrace death is to embrace life!