Birds As Spiritual Messengers

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Birds As Spiritual Messengers

People, who have birds as their Totem animal, have an affinity for freedom, free-spirit and being. And also an incredible way of sensing when danger is near.

Lesley Morrison in The Healing Wisdom of Birds: An Everyday Guide to Their Spiritual Songs & Symbolism, explains how birds can convey profound healing wisdom through their spiritual songs & symbolism.

 

4. Birds as a source of Inspiration

Universe can also use birds as a source of inspiration to push you to reach your highest potentials.

Do not underestimate your interaction with the birds; they can be messengers of hope, transformation and miracles.

Wansbury states, “These messages are words of wisdom and advice, and they can help us to identify and be aware of our hidden talents, or the negative beliefs and thought patterns that are holding us back. Once these messages are understood and applied to our lives, they can be a valuable source of direction as we progress on our spiritual journeys.”

 

5. Native Americans and Shamans see Birds as God’s messengers

Shamanism is a practice that involves Shaman to interact with the spirit world and channel these energies to heal the human realm.

Their practices are aimed at reaching altered states of consciousness and accessing guidance from spiritual world and in turn using that wisdom to mend the soul.

In Native American and Shamanic cultures, birds are seen as God’s messengers and a lot of their healing practices revolve around the wisdom they can gain from birds.

“Those little nimble musicians of the air, that warble forth their curious ditties, with which nature hath furnished them to the shame of art.”

 – Izaak Walton

 

Related Video: 7 Signs Your Inner Shaman Is Awakening

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