Do you know your Native American totem can spill your personality secrets?
As per Native American Astrology, each person is connected with different animals that will accompany and guide him/her throughout life as well as influence their personality.
This post details 12 Native American Totem Animals and their meanings. So, let’s see what is your Native American totem and what it reveals about your personality.
“Animals are not only beholders of great beauty, but they are also beholders of ancient wisdom.” ― Molly Friedenfeld.
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Your Native American Totem Reveals Secrets About You
Scroll down to see different Native American totem animal symbols and their meanings, and find out what your Native American totem says about you.
1. The Falcon ( March 21 – April 19):
If you are born with this Native American birth totem, you are –
- Look at the bigger picture of life
- You are the least judgmental
- You do well in life and also take care of your loved ones on your path to success
2. The Beaver ( April 20 – May 20):
If The Beaver is your Native American birth totem, then you are –
- Kind-hearted by nature
- Can attack if you feel threatened
- You are good at fixing broken ends, be it in your personal or professional life
- Honing your creative nature, you can set new limits for others
3. The Deer ( May 21 – June 20):
If deer is your Native American totem animal, you are –
- Introvert when it comes to the world
- You enjoy spending time in nature
- You are sweet and loving only to the people you are close to
4. The Woodpecker (June 21 – July 21):
As per this Native American totem, you are –
- Extremely diligent
- Consistent and hard work
- Your stubborn outlook radiates energy which inspires others to stay focused in their lives
5. The Salmon ( July 22 – August 21):
If salmon is your birth totem symbol, you are a –
- Revolutionary person
- Always going against the wave.
- Your outlook towards life is different from others
- You always want to break the existing notions.
6. The Bear ( August 22 – September 21):
Having a bear as an animal totem means you are –
- Passionate and loyal
- You can be extremely gentle with the ones you love
- You can be harsh towards the ones who dare to challenge your authority
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7. The Raven ( September 22 – October 22):
The Raven as your Native American birth totem symbol says that you are –
- You can nurture extremely dark thoughts
- You usually stay aloof from others until and unless you come across like-minded people
8. The Snake ( October 23 – November 22):
With the snake as a Native American birth totem, you are –
- Gifted with empathy
- Highly Intuitive yet secretive
- You can understand people instead of judging them
9. The Owl ( November 23- December 21):
If you have the Native American animal symbol Owl, you are
- Extremely intelligent
- Able to see opportunities in dark
- Blessed with a sharp grasping power
- Always alert all the time
10. The Snow Goose ( December 22- January 19):
Like the Snow Goose, people with this animal birth totem are –
- Loyal by nature and honest about everything
- With the support of your partner, you can work at great lengths, tolerating pain.
11. The Otter ( January 20-February 18):
People born under this Native American birth totem are –
- Kind-hearted like the otter.
- Healing is the natural power you possess.
- You can’t see others suffering
- You try your best to keep everyone away from trouble
12. The Wolf ( February 19- March 20):
The wolf as a Native American totem symbolizes wisdom and fear. People with this birth totem are –
- Extremely loyal
- Wise and fierce
- There’s no middle path for you in life
- You will either accept or reject people.
- You can go to any extreme to fight for the ones you care about.
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